- Explore Kaziranga National Park, a world famous wildlife reserve, home to a bewildering diversity of animals and birds
- Spot the one-horned rhino
- Visit tribal villages, tea gardens and craft shops
Discover the wilderness of Kaziranga National Park, through grasslands and teeming forests. Watching wildlife in Kaziranga is similar to Africa, with wide beautiful landscapes that offer breathtaking views. You may also visit villages of the tribes who live a sustainable lifestyle much connected to Kaziranga.
Lying across the mighty Brahmaputra River and covering an area of 430 Km², the park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1985. The one-horned Indian rhinoceros that roamed the north Indian plains in the wetlands of the Indus, Ganges and the Brahmaputra centuries ago now survives only in the north-eastern Assam and in the neighbouring Nepal, Bhutan, and Bangladesh.
The park has the distinction of being home of the “Big Five”: the Great Indian One-Horned Rhinoceros (1,855), Asian Elephants (1,940), Wild Asiatic Water Buffalo (1,666) and Eastern Swamp Deer (468) and the Tiger.
Kaziranga is one of the few wild breeding areas outside Africa for multiple species of large cats, such as Indian Tigers and Leopards. Kaziranga was declared a Tiger Reserve in 2006 and has the highest density of tigers in the world (one per five km²), with a population of 125, as per the 2014 census. Other felids include the Jungle Cat, Fishing Cat, and Leopard Cats.
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