Kaziranga National Park

About Kaziranga National Park:

Kaziranga is immensely famous for being a home to the world’s largest population of One Horned Rhinoceros (1855), Wild Water Buffalo (1666) and Eastern Swamp Deer (468).  The name Kaziranga could also mean the ‘ land of red deer’ as ‘Kazi’ in Karbi means ‘goat’, and ‘Rangai’ means ‘red’. The Kaziranga National Park is also home to a Tiger reserve that houses the very endangered Great Bengal Tiger. You can also take Elephant rides in the Park. Kaziranga National Park is a protected environment for some of the most endangered species of the world which includes, animals, mammals and birds alike.

Three species of the vulture- Indian vulture, slender-billed vulture, Indian white-rumped vulture are also found.An area of 232 sq. km was created as the Kaziranga Proposed Reserve Forest on June 1, 1905. In 1908, it was declared as a Reserve Forest, renamed as Kaziranga game Reserve in 1916. In 1950, it was again renamed as Kaziranga Wildlife Sanctuary by conservationist P.D. Stracey.

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The park is beautiful - almost feels like an alternate universe. Good jeep safari to see animals. Lots of rhinos.
Best Time to Visit: November, Autumn, December, January, Winter, February, March, Spring, April, Summer
Location: golachat, Assam, India

How to Reach There:

Airport: Guwahati Airport

The nearest Airport is Guwahati Airport. We need to take an private vehicle the distance between Guwahati Airport to Kaziranga National Park is 195km

Railway Station: golachat railway station

The nearest Railway Station is golachat railway station . We need to take an private vehicle the distance between golachat railway station to Kaziranga National Park is 91.1km

Bus Stand: golachat Bus Stand

The nearest Bus Stand is golachat Bus Stand. We need to take an private vehicle the distance between golachat Bus Stand to Kaziranga National Park is 86.5km

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