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Kaziranga National Park

An Indian Serengeti
Kaziranga acknowledged as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1985, includes a significant influx of migrated birds and possesses a steady population of some exciting mammals.
The world visits Kaziranga to take a close look at the famous one-horned rhinos. Yes, the grassland is renowned for being a favourite destination of One-Horned-Rhino, and it is estimated that more than 70 per cent of this species is found here in the park. Besides, the complex ecological balance of the vast greenery allows many comfortable abodes. Harbouring more than 60% of Wild buffaloes in India, the forest is also known for Indian Bison, Elephants, Swamp Deer, Hog Deer, Hoolock Gibbon, Sambar, Sloth Bear and Capped Langur. Leopard Cat, Tiger, Leopard, Jungle Cat, Hog Badger, and Jackal are among the most important predators. While Goose, Hornbill, Ibis, Egret, Cormorants, Heron and Fishing Eagle are prime feathered species.
The lush vegetation of Kaziranga acquires an area of 470km2, mostly flood plains fed by the Brahmaputra, the mighty river. Visitors often confirm that the place offers maximum visual pleasure as it is well designed with various types of plants.
Generously proportioned, this park comprises an enthralling setting filled with wide and tall grasslands with canes combined, joining streams, open woodlands, and waters flowing at frequent intervals.

Activities in Kaziranga National Park

Safari in Kaziranga
  • Safari in Kaziranga - Elephant Safaris and Jeep Safaris are the most attractive parts of the trip. It is not a very difficult area and is easily accessible. Taking a tour in the early dawn hours on the back of an elephant is truly a marvellous experience. Kaziranga National Park is divided into four regions, and they are: (i) the central or Kaziranga Range, (ii) the western or Bagori Range, and (iii) the eastern or Agaratoli Range (iv) the Burapahar Range. MORE

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Birding in Kaziranga
  • Birding in Kaziranga - The wide variety of birds is a major attraction too. The arrival of numerous migratory birds during winters adds more excitement to the exclusivity of Kaziranga. According to the latest record, the place is home to nearly 480 bird species, out of which 25 are threatened globally, and 21 are close to vulnerable. Apart from water birds, predators, scavengers, and game birds, the list of migratory birds includes Lesser White-fronted Goose, Lesser Adjutant, Greater Adjutant, Ferruginous Duck, Baer's, Asian Openbill stork etc.

Dolphin boating and excursion
  • Dolphin boating and excursion - You may also love to explore the narrow rivers in a canoe to watch Gangetic Dolphin, which is a delightful experience. Love exploring the past? Then visit the remains of the ancient Numaligarh. This is a place of great archaeological importance. You may even walk down to the tea gardens nearby located around. MORE

Attractions in Kaziranga National Park

  • Wildlife in Kaziranga

    The speciality of the park lies in viewing One-Horned-Rhino from a close range. Located beside the majestic Brahmaputra River, Kaziranga National Park also offers excellent sightings of Wild Elephants, Leopard, Indian Tigers, Indian Gour, Water Buffaloes, and Hog Deer and Swamp Deer.

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