Kaziranga, famous for its one-horned rhino, is one of the most remote national parks in India. It covers some 430 square kilometres of very varied terrain.
Elephant grass, cane, forest and swamps are all home to the varied wildlife. Apart from rhino there are also wild buffalo, sambar, wild boar and the endangered barasingha or swamp deer, renowned for its impressive antlers. There are also otters and dolphins in the river and plenty of water pools which attract fishing birds such as pelicans and Pallas’s fishing eagle.
Kaziranga has a tiger count of 86, giving it the highest density tiger population in India, though the lush jungle means that it is difficult to spot them.
The substantial core area is separated into three ranges and between you and your naturalist you will decide which ranges are best suited for each game drive.
Suggested Kaziranga National Park itinerary
This sample itinerary will give you an idea of what is possible when you travel in Kaziranga National Park, and showcases routes we know work particularly well. Treat this as inspiration, because your trip will be created uniquely by one of our specialists.
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Accommodation choices for Kaziranga National Park
We’ve selected a range of accommodation options for when you visit Kaziranga National Park. Our choices usually come recommended for their character, facilities and service or location. Our specialists always aim to suggest properties that match your preferences.