Kaziranga Tour Packages

With a total size of 430 sq. km, Kaziranga National Park is one of Assam’s most well-known tourist attractions. The Kaziranga National Park, a designated world heritage site, is the one-horned rhinoceros’ native habitat. It is possible to see elephants, sloth bears, tigers, swamp deer,leopard cats, jungle cats, hog badgers, capped langurs, hoolock gibbons, pigs, hyenas, racoons, pythons, water buffalo, Indian bisons, , sambhars, and hog deer up close in this colourful mosaic of habitats, including wet and dry, plain and hilly, forests and grasslands. A variety of migratory bird species can also be spotted here in the winter. The largest number of one-horned rhinos in the world can be found at Kaziranga National Park, one of India’s national treasures for its flora and biodiversity. The districts of Nagaon, Golaghat, and Karbi Anglong all share its whole area, which is found in the northeastern Indian state of Assam. A five-hour trip from Guwahati, Kaziranga National Park is the apex of India’s successful efforts to save wildlife.

Weather in Kaziranga

Kaziranga is considered as one of the greatest wildlife sanctuaries on the earth as it hosts ⅔ of the total population of One-Horned Rhinoceros. Apart from one-horned rhinoceros it also serves many other endangered species like tigers, clouded leopards, indian leopards, wild cats etc in its lap. If you are planning a trip to explore Kaziranga then try to visit it during the coldest months of the year because at this time the division of its prime animals are more or less same in every zone. 
During winters the cool breeze that comes from the himalayan region helps animals to keep themselves cool and come out in the open; this is the reason why you can witness them in every zone. You can plan your Kaziranga trip in any month between October to March as during this period of time the maximum temperature is 15-20 degree celsius while the minimum temperature is 6-8 degree celsius.

How to Reach Kaziranga

By Air:
If you are travelling by air then the nearest airport to this famous biodiversity wildlife sanctuary will be Guwahati International Airport. After arriving at the airport you can book a cab and cover a distance of nearly 192 km to reach the site of Kaziranga. The highway that joins Guwahati to Kaziranga is well-maintained and gives a comfortable road trip.
By Train:
For Travellers visiting Kaziranga National park by train , the nearest railway station to kaziranga will be Furkating railway station and it is located at a distance of 75 km from the national park. This required railway station is well connected to major  railway stations like Guwahtai, New Delhi, Kolkata etc. Visitors can also arrive at Guwahati railway station which is located at a distance of 192 km from kaziranga.
By Road:
You can also visit Kaziranga by road as the highways that will lead you people to Kaziranga are well-maintained. The main gate for entering this biodiversity park is located in a small town called Kohara. The reason behind building this gate in this small town is the NH37 that passes through this small town and attaches the other big cities like Guwahat, Tezpur, Jorhat etc. to it.

1. Where can I find this Kaziranga National Park?

Kaziranga National Park is situated in the north-eastern part of India in the state of Assam. It covers a mass area of Assam with a dimension 42,966 ha. You can reach here by the national highway 37 from Guwahati airport or railway station.

2. How many safaris are available at Kaziranga?

There are only two safaris available within the kaziranga; jeep safari and elephant safari for its visitors to explore its several zones.

3. What makes Kaziranga National Park different from others?

Kaziranga National Park is different from other parks of the world due to its rich biodiversity and a huge population of one-horned rhinoceros.  It holds approximately ⅔ of the total population of one horned-rhinoceros which makes it different from others.

4. How many zones does kaziranga have inside it?

There are four zones available inside the kaziranga for its visitors to explore. You can explore all the zones of Kaziranga with a jeep but if you choose an elephant safari then you will be able to visit only two of its zones.

5. Name the zones that I can explore with an elephant safari?

With an elephant safari you can explore its Central Zone (Kohara) and Western Zone (bagori) because in these regions you can find the maximum numbers of its animals.

6. Hotels and resorts are available inside the kaziranga?

Yes, some resorts and hotels are built near the central zone of Kaziranga where visitors can stay at nights. These resorts and hotels come under government property but few of them belong to private individuals.

7. What mementos can I buy from kaziranga?

You can buy various types of wooden crafts near the entrance gate of kaziranga. You can also buy various small-small handicrafts from the shops situated near the central zone.

8. Is Kaziranga safe for tourists visiting it?

Yes, compared to any other national park kaziranga which is situated in the north-eastern part of India is much safer because in many past years people exploring it did not find any incident that could have threatened them.

9. In how many days can I explore all the parts of Kaziranga?

You will be required at least one full day for exploring all of its zones or ranges but it will be very hectic to cover it  or explore it. Therefore, it is advised from Kajaawa to plan a tour of at least two days.

10. Best time to visit kaziranga?

From Kajaawa it is advised to tourists to plan their kaziranga trip at any time in between November to April because at this time visitors can experience a pleasing weather in the state of Assam not so hot, not so cold. Even travelling inside the kaziranga is very much suitable at this period of time.

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