Bomdila – Kaziranga (Arunachal Pradesh – Assam)
- Today after breakfast we will drive to Kaziranga (250kms/08hrs drive) in Assam
- Reach and check into hotel
- Overnight stay at Kaziranga
KAZIRANGA NATIONAL PARK:
Kaziranga National Park spreads over an area of 860 square kilometers in the flood prone plains of the Brahmaputra, lying in the Northeastern corner of India. The habitat is a perfect mosaic of deciduous jungle with cane groves, tall elephant grass, dotted with numerous marshes and shallow water pools locally called beels with swaths of lush green carpets of short grasses around them. The Diphaloo and Bhengrai are the main contributing rivers of these beels though the vast expanded tract is interested with numerous small streams.
Kaziranga declared as a National Park in 1974, is the symbol of most remarkable achievements in the conservation and protection of wildlife, and it was inscribed as a World Heritage Site on 06.12.1985 by UNESCO under UN Convention, and one of the five Natural World Heritage sites considering the natural criteria. After that Kaziranga National Park was declared as a Tiger Reserve on 2007.