Kaziranga National Park

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Location: Golaghat and Nagaon districts, Assam, India
Nearest City: Jorhat, Tezpur, Dimapur
Area: 473 km2
Established: 1908

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Kaziranga National Park – Rhinoceros’s Magnificence, Bengal Tiger’s Majesty and More

Flanked by extending tea estates, fed by mighty rivers like Brahmaputra, home to heart-warming natural beauty and globally acknowledged fame – Kaziranga National Park has the perfect story of being a favourite among wildlife travellers. Located in India’s northeast state of Assam, Kaziranga Wildlife Park spans from Golaghat to Nagaon Districts and is a World Heritage Site listed by UNESCO. Kaziranga’s claim to fame is the existence of one-horned rhinoceroses which account for the world’s two-third population. Rhino safari tours at Kaziranga National Park are extraordinarily amusing for genuine wildlife lovers and must be experienced at least once in a lifetime.

Kaziranga’s Designations and Recognitions

Kaziranga’s Designations and Recognitions
Kaziranga Wildlife Park became a national park in 1968.
Declared UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1985.
Kaziranga National Park was included in Project Tiger in 2006.
It is a part of Eastern Himalayan Biodiversity Hotspot.
Birdlife International recognized Kaziranga as an Important Bird Area and one can actually view wonderful species of feathered creatures on rhino safari tours.
Kaziranga Wildlife Park has constantly been featured in books, songs, poems and documentaries.
Kaziranga’s Top Highlights
Great Indian one-horned rhinoceroses that can be easily explored on rhino safari tours.
Highest density (86) of royal Bengal tigers in the world can be found at Kaziranga National Park.

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