Covering over 1,000km2, Bhutan?s Royal Manas National Park is home tigers, leopards, rhinos and elephants as well as over 360 bird species. With 92% of the park still forested, it represents one of the best examples of an intact Eastern Himalayan ecosystem.
To preserve the park?s biodiversity, WWF is working with local wildlife authorities on an effective conservation management plan. In particular, the project supports patrols along the border with India to combat poaching and illegal hunting and logging.
Really appreciate YANA's professional organization of the entire trip. Could not imagine how a trekking trip could such be well organized - more or less like a 5-star hotel with the only difference of we were at more than 3,000 above sea level. Special thanks to Yeshey and the chef who had given tons of assistance when I was descending due to attitude sickness. - Simon Liu, Hong Kong