Kaziranga National Park

Kaziranga National Park


India’s one of the most approved and glorious wildlife holiday destinations, Kaziranga National Park is situated in the Golaghat and Nagaon districts of the state of Assam. The Park hosts one-third of the world’s great one-horned rhinoceroses. With a total area of 430 km2, this National Park sprinkled with elephant-grass meadows, dense forests, and swampy lagoons is abode to more than 2200 Indian one-horned rhinoceros. Apart from the rhinoceroses, the Park also holds a large population of wild water buffalo, elephants, and swamp deer. With the preservation of avifaunal species,Kaziranga is acknowledged as an Important Bird Area by BirdLife International.

World Heritage Site by UNESCO

Kaziranga National Park is authorized as a World Heritage Site by UNESCOin 1985due to its unique and diverse landscapes, which support an exceptional density of rhinoceroses, along with many other species of mammals, birds, and reptiles. The park's wetlands, grasslands, and forests provide vital habitats for these species, and the park is widely recognized as an important conservation area for biodiversity. It is also one of the rare National parks that have species of Vultureslikethe Indian vulture, white-rumped vulture, andslender-billed vulture.


Due to the difference in altitude between the eastern and western areas of the Kaziranga National Park, is encompassed with mainly four types of vegetation, they are alluvial inundated grasslands, alluvial savanna woodlands, tropical semi-evergreen forests,and tropical moist mixed deciduous forests. Kumbhi, cotton trees,Indian gooseberry, and elephant apples are among the famous trees that can be seen in the park. Also, several varieties of aquatic flora can be seen in ponds, lakes, and near the river shores.


The forest region of Kaziranga Park is home to the world’s largest population of Indian Rhinoceros. Other animals that are found in the National Park are Hoolock Gibbon, Tiger,Sloth Bear, Leopard, Indian Elephant, swamp deer,Wild water buffalo, etc. With the increase in tiger population every year, the government authorities declared Kaziranga a Tiger Reserve in the year 2006. It is also an ideal place for sightingseveral migratory bird species from Central Asia.

Safari Tickets & Timings
Kaziranga Jeep Safari Indian Price Foreigner Price
Kohora Range INR 4000/ Jeep INR 7500/ Jeep
Bagori Range INR 4100/ Jeep INR 7500/ Jeep
Agaratoli Range INR 5000/ Jeep INR 8500/ Jeep
Burapahar Range INR 5500/ Jeep INR 8500/ Jeep
Kaziranga Elephant Safari Indian Price Foreigner Price
Kohora Range N/A INR 3600/ person
Bagori Range INR 1500/ person N/A
Agaratoli Range N/A N/A

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Major Attractions in & Around the Park
Best Time to Visit

Although the National Park can be visited anytime during the year, the best time to visit Kaziranga National Park is during the start of the summer or winter season from the month of November to April.

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Kaziranga National Park

Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)

Kaziranga National Parkis famous for which animal?

Kaziranga National Parkis known for sighting one-horned rhinoceros

What is the duration of the Jeep Safari in Kaziranga National Park?

The duration of the Jeep Safari in Kaziranga National Park is of 2 hours.

Is there any staying accommodation inside the Kaziranga National Park?

No, there isn’t any facility for staying inside the Kaziranga National Park.

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