The Royal Manas National Park is the fourth largest national park in Bhutan and covers the three districts of Sarpang, Zhemgang and Pemagatsel. The park area begins from the plains of Manas River in the Bhramaputra basin. It is the one of the largest tropical and sub-tropical ecosystems in Bhutan. It has hundreds of wildlife, birds and plant species, several globally endangered. Royal Manas is one of the world’s biologically outstanding conservation sites.
You can hike through the warm broadleaf forests serving as a cover for diverse species of flora and fauna. Also experience the local way of life, culture, festivals, performances, sports, arts and crafts, hotstone/hotspring bath at the five community managed eco-camps.