Wild Grass Lodge
in Kaziranga National Park
the south bank of the Brahmaputra river, Kaziranga National Park
(Assam, India) is famous for the stronghold of the armoured one-horned
Indian Rhinoceros. Kaziranga is home also to elephants, sloth bears,
tigers, leopard cats, jungle cats, hog badgers, capped langurs,
hoolock gibbons, pigs, jackals, porcupines, pythons, wild buffaloes,
Indian bison, swamp deer, sambhars and hog deer. Besides these, the
park has a respectable avian population, which increases considerably
in the winter, when migrating birds visit the park.
In 1974 it was designated a national park. Bounded by the misty blue
hills of Barail and Karbi Anglong to the south, the national park was
declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1985.
The Wild Grass Lodge is a Jungle Lodge located outside Kaziranga
National Park in the state of Assam. It is about 200 km away from
Guwahati. It is an attractive rural style hotel with grounds having
more than 40 species of trees over 200 species of shrubs, creepers and
The Wild Grass Lodge is a jungle lodge located outside of kaziranga
national park, 200 kms from guwahati, assam. It is built in an
attractive rural style kind of architecture, with grounds having more
than 40 species of trees over 200 species of shrubs, creepers and
climbers. You will feel here perfect harmony of nature.