Wildlife of North East India

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Run by: Travel The Unknown

Reference number: 51

From: £2195

Off the tourist trail, North East India is home to some of the most endangered wildlife in the world. Arriving into Assam, drive to Manas National Park on the fringes of the Bhutan border, which plays host to over 450 species of bird as well as secretive big cats including tigers, clouded leopards and panthers. In Nameri explore the jungle on foot and raft down the Bhorelli river, a great place to spot hornbills. Move on to Assam's UNESCO-endorsed Kaziranga National Park home to the world's largest population of one-horned rhinos where an elephant-back safari at dawn is an unforgettable experience. Afterwards fly to Kolkata and head to the Sunderbans, the largest mangrove forests in the world, known for its fearsome Royal Bengal Tigers, reptiles and astonishing array of birdlife.

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