Kaziranga National Park, Assam, India

Kaziranga National Park

Assam

(Kolkata & The East)

Famous for one horned rhino and spread across 430 sq. km of varied terrain, Kaziranga is one among the most remote national parks of India.


Famous for one horned rhino and spread across 430 sq. km of varied terrain, Kaziranga is one among the most distant national parks in India.

Wildlife.

Cane, forests, swamps and elephant grass make a home to a wide range of wildlife. There are sambar, wild buffalo, wild boar, the endangered swamp deer and barasingha, apart from the rhinos. The river has dolphins, otters, and several water pools that attract fishing birds like Pallas� fishing eagle and pelicans.

Tigers.

With tiger count of 86, Kaziranga is the national park having the highest density of tiger population in India. However, the dense forest makes it difficult to spot them.

Elephant-back safaris and game drives.

The core area is divided into three ranges. You and you naturalist can together decide which range to choose for which game drive. An elephant can also be arranged locally to view the wildlife on an elephant-back safari.

Location

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