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Nature and Safari

Nature (Eco) tourism is an important aspect of the country’s policy to sustain the industry in the long run by ensuring that it is minimally destructive to the environment and supports the local economy where tourism related income is important.

Responsible eco tourism minimises adverse effects on the environment and supports the local culture by creating economic opportunities for local communities and promoting sustainable practices such as recycling and energy efficiency.

Bokar Tours can arrange an eco tourism tour to the Royal Manas National park in the tropical and sub-tropical ecosystems of Bhutan, which forms a corridor for the movement of wildlife from the Indian plains into interior Bhutan.

Within this park live rural communities where poverty levels are high and educational levels are low, both of which present opportunities for improvement through the diversification and training offered by community tourism.

These sites were seen as appropriate for application of measures such as community tourism to help mitigate the rural-to –urban migration that many communities in Bhutan are experiencing and increase the ability and interest of the community within the national park to be good conservation stewards, with community tourism is particularly able to foster.

Gomphu – Royal Bhutan Manas National Park tour

This four-day route begins from Gomphu in Zhemgang dzongkhag and goes to Manas Wildlife Sanctuary that joins the Indian Manas Tiger Reserve.

At Manas, visitors can experience an elephant ride and raft and boat the Manas river.

Tourists coming from Paro/Thimphu/Wangdue can halt at Trongsa and proceed the next day towards Gomphu via Zhemgang to reach Pybang (road point). It is also possible for the tourists coming from Bumthang to reach the base camp at Pybang. On the way to Tingtibi from Zhemgang, tourist can observe the rare golden langur creeping over the cliff for salt lick alongside the road.

Appropriate season for trekking is autumn (September – November) and end of spring (March – April).