8D/7N Wildlife Watching Trip to Bhutan & India - Trip Led by NSS Member

Date : 03 Nov 2018 - 10 Nov 2018
Time : All Day Event
Location : Bhutan & India

For enquiries or to register, please email Celine Low at

Trip Led by NSS Member

Open to the Public - Registration Needed

Lying in south-central Bhutan, Royal Manas National Park is connected at its southern border to India’s Manas Tiger Reserve, a World Heritage site. To the north it borders the Jigme Singye Wangchuck National Park. As Bhutan’s oldest protected area, Royal Manas is home to the endangered Royal Bengal Tiger, Asian Elephant, Greater One-horned Rhinoceros, Clouded Leopard, Himalayan Black Bear, Gangetic Dolphin, Pangolin and the rare Golden Langur, a primate of extraordinary beauty. Royal Manas has an official record of 365 bird species with an additional 200 species believed to be in residence. These include the globally-threatened Rufous-necked Hornbill, Pallas Fishing Eagle, Great White-bellied Heron, Spotted Wren-babbler, Blue-headed Rock Thrush and Emerald Cuckoo. Many of the park’s 900 odd plants have commercial, medicinal, traditional and religious significance. This trip will see us flying to Guwahati in Assam, India, where we will be met by our guides. We will explore Manas Tiger Reserve for two days. On the third day, we cross the border into Bhutan where we will stay in eco- camps and a local guest house. Activities include jeep safaris and treks to look for wildlife. 

Enquiries & Registration

For enquiries or to register, please email Celine Low at:


- Please include your mobile number in your email. 

Closing Date

31 August 2018, Friday


Twin/Double/Triple sharing: $2,930

Singles: $3,230


- Cost will be reduced for a bigger group. 

- Price excludes flights, tips for guides and drivers, and visa application to India. 

Min/Max. No. of Participants

5/15 persons

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