Kaziranga National Park
Kaziranga National Park and Tiger Reserve, a UNESCO World Heritage site is probably one of the richest and most pictorial wildlife habitats of Southern Asia. Abode to the one horned Rhinoceros, it is located in the flood plains on both sides of the Brahmaputra. The park is divided into four ranges - Burapahar range, Bagori range, Kohora range, Agoratoli range. A memorable way of exploring Kaziranga is on elephant - back. As the gentle creatures tread through the tall grass, one's senses become keenly aware of the quiet and the vastness of the horizon fringed with various flora and fauna. The other alternative is to take the Jeep safari which is also highly recommended as it offers the added benefit of covering a vast expanse in a relatively short span of time. Passing through the dense forests there is a possibility of catching some wild action like finding a tiger or a rhinoceros roaming amid the tall grasses and reed marshes. Kaziranga is possibly unsurpassed for the thrill, one is likely to encounter elephants, Indian bisons, swamp deers, sambhars, hog deers, tigers, leopards, hoolock gibbon, sloth bears, hog badgers etc. In fact the park is known to be the is home to the Big Five animals namely the one horned Rhinoceros, Indian Elephant, Wild Water Buffalo, Royal Bengal Tiger and Swamp Deer.
The park is also known to be the paradise for the ornithologist. Birds like lesser white-fronted goose, ferruginous duck, lesser adjutant, greater adjutant, black-necked stork, and asian open bill stork specially migrate from the Central Asia during the winter season. The Kaziranga National Park and Tiger Reserve has also varieties of flora due to the difference in altitude between the eastern and western areas of the park. Flora like Kumbhi, Indian gooseberry, the cotton tree, and elephant apple etc are amongst the famous trees that can be seen in the park besides good variety of aquatic flora are seen in lakes, ponds, and along the river shores. For the adventurous people a nature trail of approximately 5 KM is in the Jilangso of Karbi Anglong District which is just at a range of 4 KM distance away from Kohora Range and nearby to Burapahar range at Chirang Nature trail, one can go for trekking and enjoy crisp fresh air with dose of wilderness. One can also go for river tourism activities like boating and Gangetic Dolphins sighting at Brahmaputra River at Koliabhomora which is just about 28 kms from Burhapahar range of Kaziranga National Park and Tiger Reserve.
Kaziranga National Park is under the juridiction of Kohora Police Outpost. Their contact number as per our record is 700230017.
Nearest Madical Facilty to Kaziranga National Park is Kohora. Their contact number as per our record is 7002390215.