Kaziranga National Park is located in Assam, at the junction of the Indian subcontinent and Indochina. Kaziranga National Park covers an area of 430 square kilometers and is located on the south bank of the Brahmaputra – one of the most high-water and pristine rivers of Asia. The park was founded in 1905 and belongs to the few parts of India, where there are still wild nature. One of the most notable in the park are thickets so-called “elephant grass” reaching 5-6 meters. The surface of the lake is densely covered with showy plants: lotuses, water lilies, water hyacinth. In the Kaziranga National Park there are about 100 species of birds, farm breeding pelicans.
The main thing that attracts wildlife enthusiasts to the Kaziranga Park in Assam is a unique fauna. There are 35 species of mammals inhabit. 15 of them are classified as endangered. World’s largest population of one-horned rhinoceros has found shelter in Kazarange. With the creation of the park, the rhinoceros population, once considered an enviable trophy of hunting, is now constantly growing: in the beginning of XXI century, the number of these giants for the first time reached 1500. Also in the park you can see tigers, elephants, sloth, Bengal cats, dogs, anglers, gaur, barasingha and many other wild animals. The Kaziranga National Park has more than 40 species of turtles, lizards and snakes. The park has a reserve of birds and tigers.
Kaziranga National Park provides excellent opportunities for tourists. Open spaces provide an excellent overview of the terrain. The best means of transportation around the park are elephants, which usually go on tour with the dawn. Sometimes mini buses and jeeps are used for trips, but more secure viewing platform than the elephant, has not been found. Tourists can stay right in the park: for this purpose there are built cottages for lovers of exotic travel.