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    Whether it’s your first time exploring a National Park or fifth wildlife safari tour, or you want to enjoy some moments of outdoorsy fun after spending weeks inside, Assam’s Manas National Park has a perfect cycle safari getaway planned for you.

    After months of closure, the UNESCO heritage site is now bouncing back with India’s first cycle safari in Manas National Park where tourists and visitors will be able to uncover off-the-beaten gems as a part of this thrilling activity.

    On A Cycle Safari In Manas National Park

    Cycle Safari In Manas National Park

    Deep within the conservation park, just when the quiet of the forest turns into a chirping festival of morning birds, and the wildlife comes out to celebrate the day, we could only imagine how serene it would be to experience such moments outside of a tourist jeep or car. The Manas National Park is one of the most popular ecological environments for wildlife in Eastern India which also boasts a biosphere reserve, elephant reserve, and a Project Tiger Reserve. Nestled in the Himalayan foothills, the region surrounding this park makes it a perfect nature escape.

    The Manas National Park was closed on 17th March 2020 to limit the spread of Covid-19 in Assam, and after reopening on 20th October, introducing this cycle safari in Manas National Park is an attempt to boost the park’s economy as well as contribute towards a more sustainable safari for tourists.

    Further Read: 5 Handpicked Places To Visit In Assam In June Which One Must Definitely Explore And Enjoy The Surreal Views!

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