Tiger Landscapes: Manas-Namdhapa & Bhutan Biological Conservation Corridor
These two landscapes stretch from the Himalayan foothills north of the Brahmaputra river, continuing to the timberline and above 4,000 m.
Foothills and mountains
Manas Tiger Reserve in India, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, adjoins the Royal Manas National Park in Bhutan. On the Indian side, the Manas-Namdhapa landscape merges with the AREAS North Bank Landscape.
The natural state of Bhutan’s tiger habitat will allow an insight into tiger and prey behaviour in steep, moist temperate forests.