Assam Wildlife National Park
Things to do in Kaziranga National Park:
- Elephant Safari
- Timing - 5:00 am until 4:00 pm
- Jeep Safari
- Timing - 7:30 am until 11 am
- Timing - 2:00 pm until 4:30 pm
- Bird Watching
When to Visit Kaziranga:
National Park is open for general public from 1st November to April 30 every year.
December to March is best time to visit. Early booking is suggested to avoid not
availability of accommodation.
Kaziranga National Park Timing - 5:15 am to 3:30 pm
Do's and Don'ts in the Park:
- Please enter the National Park after taking the necessary permits.
- Please accompany a Nature Guide for spotting the wildlife and the scenic landscapes.
- Drive slowly in the National Park. Enjoy the safari but avoid the disturbance to
- Stick to the known and guided roads and trails. Driving off track would tamper the
daily activities of animals and the growth of the trees.
- Maintain a safe distance from the animals and keep their life undisturbed.
- Please do not put on your car stereo or transistor. The quieter you are, more is
the possibilities of you’re watching the wildlife.
- Wear less bright clothes as the bright clothes distract the animals attracting their
- Don't carry gun or a pistol. Feel free to shoot snaps with a camera.
- Do not light campfires or smoke in the forest.
- Don't get off your vehicle at a point where it is not allowed.
- Keep the park pollution-free and litter free by disposing off the whole garbage
into the bag provided.
- Consumption of non-vegetarian food and alcohol is strictly prohibited inside the
Kaziranga in Assam is the ultimate place to view rare animals like one horned rhinos
in their natural habitat. Kaziranga National Park located in the Goalaghat and Nagaon
districts is honored as world heritage site. The park is also popular for its high
density of tigers amongst reserved areas in the world. Many other species like swamp
deer, water buffalo and elephants which are diminishing rapidly are nurtured and
multiplied here. Due to the mixed type of vegetation along with the precious wild
animals exclusive bird life is also flourishing in this area. The tall elephant
grass of the grasslands in the park supports survival of the rhinos as well as other
incredible rare animal species. The jungle safaris are the best way to reach interiors
of the park and view animal and bird life in their natural surroundings.
This park which is popular as Manas Wildlife Sanctuary is also declared as a UNESCO
world heritage site. Located in the foothills of Himalaya, it is the largest Biosphere
reserve in Assam, which is spread across the districts of Chirang, Baksa, Darrang,
Kokrajhar, and Udaigiri in Assam. The park is well known throughout the world for
its rare Assam roofed turtles, Pigmy hog, Golden langur and the largest population
of wild water buffaloes. The park was a reserved forest called Manas Reserve forest
and Kamrup reserved forest till the time, when it was named as a sanctuary. Previously
this region was used as hunting grounds by the Rajas and royal family members. Manas
National Park is blessed with a mixed vegetation type encouraging growth of wildlife
as well as bird life.
Located at around twelve km north of Tinsukia town in Dibrugarh and Tinsukhia districts,
it is a biosphere reserve enveloped by Dibru River in the south and Brahmaputra
and Lohit Rivers in the north. The park is blessed with mixed vegetation of grasslands,
moist mixed deciduous forests, moist mixed evergreen forests and canebrakes. Dibru
- Saikhowa shelters many endangered species and large variety of marine life. This
region was declared as Dibru-Saikhowa Biosphere Reserve in 1997 covering an area
of seven hundred sixty five square km. In 1999 out of the total area around three
hundred forty square km area was declared as Dibru - Saikhowa national park. This
park is home to white winged wood duck along with other rare species like wild horse,
water buffalos and tigers.
This park sharing its northern boundary with Pakhul Wildlife Sanctuary of Arunachal
covering an area of around one thousand sq km is located at the foothills of the
Eastern Himalayas in Sonitpur district. The dense forests of this region are rich
in lianas, creepers, epiphytes and clump forming bamboo. The park is sublimed with
around six hundred extrinsic plant species and orchids. The vegetation type of nameri
is of semi-evergreen, moist deciduous forests with cane and bamboo brakes and narrow
strips of open grassland along rivers. The land especially popular for elephants,
is also an ideal place for a long list of other animals and fascinating bird life.
The recreation and adventure activities at Nameri include angling, river rafting
and wildlife trekking along with a forest department guide.
Previously known as Orang National Park, it was renamed as Rajiv Gandhi National
Park in 1992. This park located on the Brahmaputra River in Sonitpur and Darrang
districts of Assam covers a huge area of around seventy nine sq km. The landscape
and vegetation of this park which is composed of grasslands, marshes and streams
resembles the landscapes of Kaziranga National Park. The other similarity can be
quoted as the existence of one horned rhinos in this national park. The rich flora
and fauna of the park attracts hordes of tourists every year. The mixed type of
vegetation of this park shelters marine life, spectacular bird life and even variety