Far from the hustle and bustle of the city, located amidst the quiet abode of nature this place is heaven on the earth. This place is worth visiting and must be explored once in lifetime.
Kaziranga attracts major chunks of tourists coming to Assam due to its varied flora and fauna. Jeep and Elephant Safari are the major attractions. On the other Manas is much better they allow you to hire a jeep and you can spend the whole day inside the park till sunset.
Jeep safari is conducted for two hours and elephant safari for one hour. You can take maximum two safaris in a day to explore Kaziranga National Park.
The month of November to April is the best time to visit Kaziranga National Park. Avoid visiting Kaziranga during monsoon season as park gets flooded by the water of Brahmaputra River.
No, there are no such forest rest houses inside the buffer or core area of the Kaziranga National park. For accommodation purpose you may find private wildlife resorts located outskirts of the park area.
Kaziranga is divided into four tourism zones; namely – central range, western range, eastern range and burapahar range. And every zone has its own specific reason to visit. All zones are good for wildlife sightings.
Distance between Kaziranga National Park and Guwahati is 193 kilometre by road.
Jeep or Elephant Safari in Kaziranga is only booked through online website www.kaziranganationalpark-india.in . it is always advisable to book safari well in advance.
Yes, Kaziranga gives shelter to healthy population of royal Bengal tigers. It is 121 in numbers. However, Kaziranga is famous for one-horned rhinos.
Distance between Kaziranga to Shillong is 253 kilometres.
Of course, Kaziranga National Park is the biggest national park of Indian state Assam. It is established in the year of 1908.
If you are a wildlife love or nature enthusiasts, you require two full days to explore the biodiversity of the park. One day dedicated for adventurous safari activity and second day for tea estate gardens visit and local village sightseeing.
According to current census conducted it is nearly 2500 rhino getting habitat in the Kaziranga National Park.
Though it is always good to be fashionable but there are certain guidelines while visiting any national park or jungles. Avoid wearing shiny clothes as it can drive away wild animals. Wear light Khaki colour brown or green clothes to game watching easier.
Kaziranga is crowned as one of the finest wildlife hotspot in the world. The park's contribution in saving the Indian one-horned rhinoceros from the brink of extinction at the turn of the 20th century to harbouring the single largest population of this species is a spectacular conservation achievement.