Known as the “Mini Kaziranga” of Assam for its resemblance with the landscape of the Kaziranga National Park, this national park is wrapped in its pristine beauty of nature which enthralls everyone equally, be it a tourist or an adventure seeker. Not only does it have a viable population of tigers and rhinos but also of elephants, leopard, sambar, barking deer, tiger, varieties of water birds, green pigeon, gease, migratory birds etc. The anticipation of witnessing the undaunted beauty shall be a dynamic experience to be retold as you move on in your travels
Visitors can explore the entire park within a day.
You can explore the wildlife very close by enjoying a safari ride amidst the swampy grasslands of the park. One can easily spot birds while taking a safari ride amidst the jungle. Also there are elephant rides which will make you feel totally one with nature.
Orang National Park is surrounded by some of the most interesting places that one can visit. They are Madan Kamdev Temple, Sualkuchi Village, Nameri National Park, and Kaziranga National Park
The best time to visit Orang National Park is considered between November to April.
Orang National Park is known as the mini-Kaziranga of Assam. It is the only stronghold of rhinoceros on the north bank of Brahmaputra River.
There are several resorts and camp sites that offers excellent accommodation facilities at Orang.