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Kaziranga National Park, Assam

Fast Facts

It is located on the banks of Brahmaputra. It covers a total of 430 square kilometers. It experiences a typical monsoon climate. Mid November to early April is the best season to visit this national park.

Did You Know

It protects almost two third of the world's rhinoceros.

Must Do

You can got for jungle safari and find various wild lives in their natural habitat.


Located in the middle region of Assam, Kaziranga National Park, Assam is on the bank of the Brahmaputra River. Covering a total of 430 square kilometers, this national park has been recognized as the world heritage site. Known for the wild life conservation, Kaziranga National Park, Assam boasts of its one horned rhinoceros. It protects almost two third of the world's rhinoceros. This became the wild life sanctuary in the year 1940. Government takes special care to protect the wild lives in the Kaziranga National Park, Assam.

Located in Golaghat district, Kaziranga National Park receives an annual rainfall of about 1320 mm. It experiences a typical monsoon climate and if you are visiting this park, try to make it between mid November to early April. You can find the wild animals roaming in their natural habitat. See the tigers prowling and the majestic gait of the great Indian one horned rhinoceros in the forest. If you love nature and its beings then spot them in this national park and satisfy your adventurous mind.

The whole of the Kaziranga National Park, Assam is covered with tall elephant grasses, marsh land, broad leafed forested areas and muddy pools. The park has alluvial soil, which is rich in fertility content. In the year of 2006, Kaziranga National Park has been recognized as a Tiger Reserve.

The common wild lives, which are found in this national park, are Indian elephants, one horned rhinoceros, Indian bison, swamp deer or barasingha, hog deer, sloth bears, tigers, leopard cats, jungle cats, otters, hog badgers, capped langurs, hoolock gibbons, wild boar, jackal ,wild buffalo, pythons and monitor lizards. Kaziranga National Park, Assam is rich in avifauna species, which include black-shouldered kite, pallas's fishing eagle, grey-headed fishing eagle, black kite, Brahminy kite, oriental honey buzzard, white tailed eagle and Himalayan griffon. Various colorful migratory birds also adds to the birds species available in this national park.

During your visit to Kaziranga National Park, Assam, you can put up a stay at the various resorts located in this park. Stay at Wildgrass Resort, Bonhabi Resort and Aranya Resort and make your trip amidst wilderness a thrilling experience.

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