Kaziranga National Park

Kaziranga National Park is one of the popular world heritage site in India and is reserved for wild life. It is located in Assam, India. (Assam is one of the state in India). It has one third world's single horn Rhinoceros. Apart from Rhinoceros, this park is reserved for Tigers also.

Kaziranga National Park
Kaziranga National Park

Kaziranga National Park Project


In 1904, when Mary Curzon, Baroness Curzon of Kedleston, the wife of the Viceroy of India, Lord Curzon of Kedleston, visited this region, she could not able to see any Rhinoceros. At that point of time, this region was popular for rhinoceros. She asked her husband to take immediate action. On 1 June 1905, the Kaziranga Proposed Reserve Forest was created with an area of 232 kilometer square.

In next couple of years, the park was extended by 152 kilometer square towards the bank of Brahmaputra River. In 1916, park was named Kaziranga Game Sanctuary but unfortunately there were no restriction on hunting until 1938. In 1950 Kaziranga Game Sanctuary was renamed Kaziganga Wildlife Sanctuary by P.D. Stracey, the forest conservationist. In 1968, The Assam State Government passed the Assam National Park Act of 1968 and Kaziranga was declared a designated national park. In 1985 UNESCO declared Kaziranga a World Heritage Site.

Kaziranga National Park Safari

One of the main attraction for tourists is the safari. Safari grants an opportunity to tourist to witness spectacular wildlife from very close distance. It does not have only Rhinoceros and Tigers. It has plenty Elephants, Wild Buffalos, Swamp Deers and many more.

Kaziranga National Park Safari
Kaziranga National Park Safari


Safari Charges: 1500 INR Per Person (For Foreigners: 3500 INR per Person)

Timings: 5 AM - 6 AM and 6 AM to 7 AM.


Tigers in Kaziranga


There is Jeep Safari and there is also Elephant safari.

(Please do double check about the safari prices before deciding a visit to Kaziranga)

Kaziranga National Park Official website

Kaziranga National Park Official Website: http://www.kaziranga.co.in/

How to reach Kaziranga National Park?

Kaziranga National Park Map
Kaziranga National Park Map


Nearest Airport to Kaziranga National Park is Guwahati. And the nearest city to Kaziranga National Park is Golaghat, Assam or Nagoan, Assam. There are plenty hotels in and near by Kaziranga National Park. 


Best time to visit Kaziranga National Park

February to April is the best time to visit Kaziranga National Park. Unfortunately Kaziranga National Park is not open through out year.

Kaziranga National Park Closing Dates (2019)

This year, 2019, Kaziranga National Park is going to close from May, 2019 and going to open again from October / November, 2019. (Details will be updated in the official website)

Main Attractions in Kaziranga National Park

Tigers
Rhinoceros
Wild Buffalos
Birds
Swamp Deers
Wild Buffaloes Kaziranga
Wild Buffalos, Kaziranga

Swamp Deers Kaziranga
Swamp Deers Kaziranga

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