Kaziranga:Home of Wildlife Creatures

Kaziranga National Park is one of the most renowned, most visited and an amazing destination of Assam. It is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site, because of its natural and environmental activities

It is the home of approx. two third of world population of rhinoceros (one- horned) and that is what makes it a world heritage site. There are approx. 2401 rhinos. Apart from single- horned rhinos, Kaziranga is also one of the parks coming under Tiger Project and is home to number of Bengali tigers

Interesting Facts:

Kaziranga is not only home to single- horned rhino, but is also den of various other rare and endangered species:

• Kaziranga is home to endangered Ganges Dolphins
• It is the home of the only ape found in India, which is Hoolock Gibbon
• It is also the den of two of the largest snakes of the world namely; Rock Python, and Reticulated Python
• Apart from that, you can also see King Cobra out here

What to do at Kaziranga:

There are number of activities, which can be enjoyed at the park. Out of which a few are:

• Elephant Safari
• Wildlife Adventure
• Watch Indian Rhinoceros

Best Time to Visit Kaziranga National Park:

An ideal time to explore the park is from November to March. It is advisable to avoid the monsoon season for the trip.

How to Reach Kaziranga:

You can take any medium to reach Kaziranga either by direct or indirect mode

By Road:Guwahati, Tezpur are some of the major cities near to Kaziranga. There are many of the public and private buses from these cities to the park directly. Hence, you can take any route to reach these two cities and from there, you can move ahead further

By Rail:Furkating Railway Station is the nearest railway station to Kaziranga at the distance of 75 Kilometres.

By Air:Jorhat Airport at the distance of 97 Kilometres is the nearest airport to Kaziranga. The other nearer airport to Kaziranga is Tezpur airport at the distance of 100 Kilometres. These two airports connect the park with rest of the country quite well.