Kaziranga National Park Kaziranga National Park

Kaziranga National Park

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As you enter Kaziranga, you are stunned by its lush wilderness. The great Indian one-horned rhinos peep out of the tall elephant grasses, the park sets the tone for a never-before experience. A United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) natural heritage site, Kaziranga is a home to two-third of the world’s population of endangered one-horned rhinoceros and is also a tiger reserve with the highest density of tigers in the world. Kaziranga is also popularly known as the home of the “Big five” and a paradise of bird lovers.

Spread over Golaghat, Nagaon and Sonitpur district of Assam, Kaziranga National Park (KNP) is the largest protected area in the State with an area of 858.98 sq km. The park features four different kinds of vegetation – the tropical moist mixed deciduous forests, tropical semi-evergreen forests of the tall grasses, open jungle and short grasses.

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Rowriah Airport at Jorhat, about 88 km away from the park is the closest airport. You can also choose to land at Guwahati Airport and hire a cab or take a bus to the park.

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Furkating Junction, about 80 km away from the park is the nearest railhead. However, Guwahati is the nearest major railhead and well connected with rest of the Indian railway stations.

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The drive to Kaziranga is rather comfortable with fair to good roads. If you opt for a road journey, you will either have to reach Guwahati or Jorhat by air or rail and then take a bus or cab to the park.

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