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A fewKaziranga Wildlife National Park, Sanctuary & Tiger Reserve, best time to visit, park timings, charges, how to get Kaziranga, important tips information, Map of Kaziranga Wildlife National Park centuries ago, the Indian one horned Rhinocerous ranged across the north Indian plains in the wetlands of the rivers Indus, Ganga, and Brahmaputra. Today this survivor from the prehistoric times is found only in pockets in the north eastern state of Assam and in Nepal. In Assam, their Rhino habitat is limited to just two national parks - Kaziranga and Manas.

Type of Rhinos
There are five kinds of Rhinos found in the world - white rhino, black rhino, Indian rhino, Javan rhino, and Sumatran rhino. The white and black Rhinos are live in Africa, while Indian, Javan and Sumatran are Asian Rhinos, found in Noth Pakistan, Assam in India, Nepal, Bhutan and Bangladesh.

The usual weight of an Indian Rhino is 2,000 kg. The one way to distinguish between a an Indian Rhino and an African Rhino is the single horn. Both white and black African Rhinos have two horns. Another distinguishing feature of the Indian Rhinoceros is its skin, which is knobbly and falls into deep folds at its joints, giving a look like the Rhino is wearing a coat of armour.

All the Rhinos are vegetarian and Indian Rhinos mostly eat grass, fruits, leaves and crops. Their well developed upper lip helps them to eat out tall elephant grasses, which they like the best. It also helps them to pull out aquatic plants by the roots. Indian Rhinos usually prefer to roam around in the morning and evening hours to avoid the heat of the day and live for about 40 years.

Kaziranga National Park
Lying along the mighty Brahmaputra river, the Kaziranaga National Park covers an area of about 430-sq-kms. Its swamps and grasslands with tall thickets of elephant grass and patches of ever green forest support the largest number of Rhino population in the whole of Indian subcontinent. Once reached to an alarming point due to hunting and poaching, this area came under wildlife conservation in 1926 and in 1940, Kaziranga was declared a sanctuary.

Kaziranga National Park is a birding paradise; the grasslands are a raptor country that can be seen on safari makes a remarkable experience. These include the Oriental Honey Buzzard, Black-Shouldered Kite, Black Kite, Brahminy Kite, Pallas's Fishing Eagle, White Tailed Eagle, Grey-Headed Fishing Eagle, Himalayan Griffon, etc. Huge numbers of migratory birds descend on the parks lakes and marshy areas during winters, including Greylag Geese, Bar-Headed Geese, Ruddy Shelduck, Gadwall, Falcated Duck, Red-Crested Pochard and Northern Shoveller.

Wild Attractions of Kaziranga - Indian Rhino
The open county makes wildlife viewing at Kairanga fairly easy. A day's outing is often sufficient for visitors to see most of the major species here. Elephants take them into the park at the early morning hours. Other wildlife attractions at Kaziranga include Barasingha, Wild Buffalo, Wild elephants and Wild Boars. The grassland area is a raptor country and the crested Serpant Eagle and the Pallas Fishing Eagle and the grey-headed fishing Eagle can be seen circling over the marshes. The water-bird variety includes Swamp Parridges, Bar-headed Geese, Whistling Teal, the Bengal Florican, Storks, Herons and even Pelicans.


Best Time to Visit

Mid November to Early April


Park Timings


Safari Timings :

7:30 AM - 9:30 AM & 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM (Jeep), 5:00 AM - 6:00 AM & 6:00 - 7:00 PM (Elephant).


Park Timings : 7:30 AM to 4 PM


Park Charges (in Indian Rupees)


  Indian Foreigners
Entry Fees 20.00 250.00
Vehicle 200.00 200.00
Still Camera 50.00 500.00
Video Camera 500.00 1000.00
Safari 120.00 750.00
Guide 200.00 200.00

(Rates are subject to change)


How to Get There


By Air: Nearest airport Jorhat (96 km) is connected by Indian Airlines flights with Calcutta. Calcutta in turn, is connected with all the major Indian and International cities including Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore and Chennai. Another major airport to access the park is Guwahati, well connected to major Indian cities.

By Rail: Nearest railway station Furkating (75 kms) is connected to Delhi and Chennai. Another option would be to travel to Guwahati and go by train.

By Road: From Kaziranga (Kohora) to Jorhat it is 96 km, and Furkating is at 75 kms. The Assam Road Transport Corporation runs regular buses from Guwahati, Jorhat, Furkating which stop at Kohora, 5 kms outside the Park. Long distance night coaches run by private operators from Guwahati and Jorhat also stop here. To reach by road from Guwahati, take the NH37 to Kaziranga via Dispur, Nagaon, Jakhalabanda and Hatihkuli.

Distances from Major Cities
Guwahati : 230 km
Kolkata : 704 km


Tips & Important Information

  1. The park is divided into three main tourist ranges, Kohora, Baghori and Agaratoli. All the major tourist facilities and entry formalities are based here. It is also the point of start for early morning safaris, where as vehicles can also be hired here for movement inside the park.

  2. Reach half an hour before the park gates open to complete the required formalities.

  3. Although foreign currency is acceptable, it is recommended to carry a reasonable sum of Indian money.

  4. Binoculars and camera will enhance your wildlife watching experience.

  5. Foreign visitors are advised to contact the tourist office to complete all the required formalities.

  6. Consult the authorities before moving to remote areas in Assam.

Resorts & Lodges in Kaziranga Wildlife Park & Tiger Reserve

  1. Cottage Hrishikesh à

  2. Wild Grass Lodge à

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