KAZIRANGA NATIONAL PARK AND TIGER RESERVE ASSAM
KAZIRANGA NATIONAL PARK AND TIGER RESERVE ASSAM

KAZIRANGA NATIONAL PARK AND TIGER RESERVE ASSAM

Kaziranga National Park & Tiger Reserve spread in the vast 430 square kilometers in the northeast state of Assam in India has been the natural habitat / ecology for the one-horned rhinoceros, tigers, leopards / panthers, bears, elephants and many species of birds including gray pelicans. Interestingly the Ganges dolphins have made the waters in the park their home. The park has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site open for the world. The park was formed in 1908 in the Nagaon Golaghat district of Assam and in 1985 was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Wild Water buffaloes and swamp deer have made the park their home. In 2006 the park was declared a Tiger Reserve too. In fact the park has been holding the highest density of tigers and one-horned rhinoceroses in the world. The park has been nurtured & nourished by the river Brahmaputra. The park authorities organize jeep and elephant safari tours and the personnel provide us with the necessary guidance as and when required. The dense forests and marshland have made the park an appropriate home to many species of animals and flora & fauna in abundance.

Above all, the visits and arrangements to and within the park are a bit complicated but the park authorities happily oblige the genuine visitors intent upon looking into the natural world of wilderness.

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