Published on : Thursday, August 31, 2017
Bodoland Tourism introduces its natural pride Manas National Park to the South Indian Tourism market to attract more tourists from the South Indian cities as the Assam board makes its debut partaking in India International Travel Mart (IITM) in Bengaluru.
Bodoland is a future tourism destination in North east India. We are a territorial council within the state of Assam.
The Bodoland Tourism mostly promotes the wildlife with Manas National Park. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, which is sheltering many wild animals and birds such as one-horned rhino, panther, Royal Bengal Tiger and Wild Asiatic water buffaloes.
The Manas Tiger Reserve has some rare and endangered species of birds like the Bengal Florican and the hornbill.
The birdwatchers who have come to take a trip for four or five days to spot as many as they can from the 450 bird species here.
The Forest Department of Bodoland usually promotes Ultapani, a reserve forest which houses more than 400 different species of butterflies.
There is also the Chakrashila Wildlife Sanctuary which facilitates to conserve the Golden Langur.
Bodoland Tourism has planned to cultivate the paragliding in Chakrashila, which will be open for tourists from the next season.
Besides this, the Mahamaya temple draws many pilgrims in the Bodoland from all over the world.
The Musa Jungle Retreat here is the best place for the accommodation according to the Bodoland Tourism Department. In addition, there have many lodges which have more than 100 rooms across different budgets and categories.