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Where to Stay in Royal Manas Park
Since the opening of Royal Manas National Park in 2010, numerous lodges, eco-camps and tourist standard hotels had sprung with different themes and views so that the visiting tourist could experience the natural beauty of the park.
With the aim to enhance and build sustainable tourism opportunities in the park, the NGO like WWF UK had also funded in building the basic infrastructure and lodges in strategic location in the park.
The Popular Dunmang Natural Hot Spring and Bird Watching
While Bhutan is known by many names, the most relevant is “The Land of Medicinal Herbs’ as coined by the Tibetan traditional doctors as there are numerous medicinal plants and herbs grown and many not identified yet. The herbal plants/soil and the mineral rocks combine to give the hot-springs a powerful natural healing of various medicinal values which is considered to cure many diseases and ailments.
My Memoirs of Royal Manas National Park
A compact team of Bhutan Swallowtail Travels journeyed into the heart of south-central Bhutan to experience, appreciate and promote the gem that is The Royal Manas National Park in Zhemgang district.
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