Kaziranga National Park

The Kaziranga National Park has to top your bucket list. This World Heritage Site is spread across 430 sq. kms. Wildlife enthusiasts will be happy to spot tigers, elephants, the great one-horned rhinoceros, the Indian bison, deer and many more. For the ornithologists, several migratory birds make their way here during winters.



Place of Interest / Things to do
Elephant Safari

Elephant Safari can be availed only in the morning hours in the Central Range or Kohora Range: The starting point of the central range is Mihimukh riding tower. Western Range or Bagori: The starting point of this famous economic zone is at Bagori headquarter. The duration of the elephant safari is of about an hour with 2 rounds one at 5 am while the other is at 6 am.


Jeep Safari

Jeep Safari in Kaziranga National Park is permitted on the designated routes which decided by the forest officials. The Jeep Safari is allowed in all the four zones of the Kaziranga National Park – The Central Range or Kaziranga Range – the most common route with wet lands and open grasslands. The Agartoli Range on the eastern side of the park famous for Rhinos and Elephants. Bagori Range or Western Range is considered the best zone for the wildlife sighting. The Burapahar tourism zone of Kaziranga is located around 40 km from the central zone of Kaziranga National Park. The hilly landscape with the dense greenery makes this zone the best for the bird lovers. 


National Orchid & Biodiversity Park

The Kaziranga National Orchid and Biodiversity Park is located at the distance of 2 km from the Central Range of Kaziranga, Kohora Chariali. The park is sprawling in the area of around 6 acres in the Durgapur village and is considered as the largest orchid park in the Northeast belt of India. The park has multiplied the glory of the Kaziranga in many folds. The Orchid Park boasts of having more than 500 varieties of wild orchids, 132 species of sour fruits and leafy vegetables, 46 species of bamboo, 12 species of cane and many other plants along with various species of local fishes.


Hatikuli Tea Estate

The Tea Gardens of Hathkhuli, is  the major attraction for the tourist visiting the Kaziranga. This tea garden add further charms and are pride for the state. The word Hathikuli is derived from the Assamese words “Hathi” (elephant) and “Kuli” (Frequent) which translates into a place that is frequently visited by elephants. It falls in two districts- Golaghat & Karbi-Anglong. The tea garden stretches 15 Kms along the Highway. It produces Organic Green Tea, Orthodox Tea, CTC Tea, Black pepper and inorganic fish spawns.


Kakochang Waterfalls

Kakochang waterfall is also a well-known tourist attraction/picnic spot near Kaziranga. The remains of the historical Numaligarh can also be viewed from this place. The waterfall is located about 13 km from the Bokakhat, a place in the Jorhat Region of Assam. Situated between the Kaziranga National Park and Bokakhat, it is a prominent local eat-outside picnic spot. 


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