Kaziranga National Park - UNESCO World Heritage site in Assam.

Kaziranga National Park famous for its one-horned Rhinoceros is located in Golaghat, Nagaon and Sonitpur districts of Assam. Kaziranga was designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1985. The park has an area of some 430 square km and lies between the Brahmaputra River and the Karbi Hills. In the heart of Assam, Kaziranga National Park is one of the last areas in eastern India undisturbed by a human presence. It is inhabited by the world's largest population of one-horned rhinoceroses, as well as many mammals, including bengal tigers, elephants, panthers and bears, and thousands of birds. The forest of Kaziranga surrounds the Brahmaputra River floodplains which cultivate and nourishes the ecosystem of the region that is favorable for the wildlife of the Kaziranga. Due to the high diversity in wildlife species found here, the Kaziranga has been termed as the "Hot Spot of Biodiversity" in India. Its breathtaking array of flora and diverse fauna adds value to the scenic beauty of the park. The beginnings of the twentieth century in the year of 1904 this beautiful wildlife sanctuary was created, and about 68 years later it was declared as National Park. Kaziranga National Park is one of the prides of India.
Kaziranga National Park forest department offers Jeep Safari and Elephant Safari for the wildlife lovers to explore the forest conveniently. The magnificent natural sumptuousness and wonderful wildlife of the Kaziranga draw huge tourist flow for the safari. The park offers two types of safari- one is Jeep Safari and other is elephant safari. The park that is sprawling in the area of around 430 sq km which is divided into the four tourismzones- Central Zone, Eastern Zone, Western Zone and Burapahar Zone for the better tourism management. All the tourism circuits have its own charm with the distinguished wildlife and landscape beauty. Jeep Safari is allowed in all the four zones in Kaziranga and operated in the two shifts- morning shift and afternoon shift. Elephant Safari is allowed only in the two zones of Kaziranga- Central zone and Western Zone in two shifts, both shifts in morning.
Kaziranga boat safari makes you experience forest life in the most unique way, specifically the view of the Gangetic Dolphins. The more you can go deeper to the forest and wildlife sighting of your celebrity one horned rhino is quite easy and quick as they generally come to have a sip of water to quench their thirst. The exquisite view of the bank of the river is awestruck and some bird views await your presence here. The choice of boat safari will not let you down as it has all the amusement lie and that is also at Agoratoli range of kaziranga national park. The boat safari is spacious enough to occupy two visitors at a time. It is advisable to book the full boat safari for the best privacy for your loved ones.
Once you are here in Kaziranga don’t forget to cheer for your moment with the lavishing cultural show. Traditional folk dance and singing programs are so enriching and full of enjoyment. The host of the show maintains both language speaking English and Hindi in order to give you the clear picture of the show. It generally runs from 6 pm in the evening to 8:30 late evening.When in Assam and not visiting a tea garden then you are missing the fascination. The weather experienced in Kaziranga National Park is typically tropical. The summer is very hot and humid (April - June), and cold nights in winters (November - January). The park gets flooded with the water of Brahmaputra River during monsoon every year. The rainy season starts from May and continues to August. Park remains closed during these seasons. The months of November to April are the best time to visit Kaziranga National Park.
The main gate of the Kaziranga National Park is situated in a small Kohora town lies on the National Highway NH 37. Kohora is well connected by the state transport buses or the privately run buses from all the major cities of Assam. The nearest railway station to Kaziranga Park is Furkating which is located at a distance of 75 km from the park. The station is well connected by many trains to the major railway stations all over India. There are two nearest airports Guwahati International Airport and Jorhat Airport, located at the distance of 217 km and 97 km from the park. There are well maintained connecting roads from both the airports to the Kaziranga National Park.

Visiting Information:

Opening Time: 7:30 am to 4 pm.
Entry Fee: ₹ 100/- Indians per person & ₹ 650/- Foreigners per person.
Jeep Safari Timing: (08 am to 10 am) & (02 pm to 04 pm).
Elephant Safari Timing: (5:30 am to 6:30 am) & (6:30 am to 7:30 am).