Kaziranga Tourism

Kaziranga is the epitome of biodiversity, where the wild roams free. This sanctuary is a symphony of grasslands, rivers, and wildlife. Encounter the regal rhinoceros and explore nature’s grandeur.

Embark on a wild odyssey at Kaziranga National Park, an Assam crown jewel. Renowned for sheltering the one-horned rhinoceros, this UNESCO World Heritage Site presents a captivating canvas of diverse ecosystems. Tigers, elephants, and many avian species are roamed its expansive floodplains. Jeep and elephant safaris offer intimate encounters with this vibrant wilderness, while cultural festivals enrich the experience. Beyond wildlife, the park’s historical significance weaves tales of conservation success. With its lush landscapes and untamed inhabitants, Kaziranga promises a thrilling escapade into the heart of nature’s wonders, leaving an indelible mark on every visitor.

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    Elephant Safari

    Elephant Safari

    Mounted atop these gentle giants, witness the untouched beauty of the park from a unique vantage point. Traverse through dense vegetation, grasslands, and water bodies, immersing yourself in the heart of the wilderness.

    Jeep Safari

    Jeep Safari

    This is a thrilling ride through the diverse landscapes of Kaziranga with the Jeep Safari at the Kohora Range. Guided by experienced naturalists, this safari promises an immersive journey into the heart of the park’s varied ecosystems.

    Bird Watching

    Bird Watching

    Immerse yourself in the enchanting world of avian wonders at Kaziranga through the serene activity of bird watching at Sohola Beel. This tranquil wetland becomes a haven for bird enthusiasts, offering a diverse array of resident and migratory species.



    (April to June)

    While the mercury rises, summer in Kaziranga unveils its own allure. Despite the warmer temperatures, this period is particularly advantageous for birdwatching enthusiasts. The clear skies offer enhanced visibility, and the warm weather attracts migratory birds, adding a vibrant dimension to the avian population.


    (July to September)

    As monsoon showers grace Kaziranga, the landscape undergoes a transformation, turning into a lush expanse of greenery. However, the heavy rainfall may lead to flooding in certain areas, creating challenges for wildlife sightings and access to some regions.


    (October to March)

    Experience the optimal wildlife viewing conditions during the winter months in Kaziranga. The comfortable temperatures and sparse vegetation provide an ideal setting for observing the park’s diverse fauna.


    Somnath is well-connected to various parts of India:

    The nearest airport is Jorhat Airport (97 km), well-connected to major Indian cities. Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport in Guwahati (225 km) is another option. From either, taxis or buses are readily available to reach Kaziranga.
    Furkating Junction (75 km) is the nearest railhead to Kaziranga. Major trains connect it to the rest of India. From Furkating, taxis and buses offer a convenient journey to the park.
    Kaziranga enjoys good road connectivity with nearby cities like Guwahati, Jorhat, and Tezpur. Multiple bus services and private vehicles make road travel accessible.


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    FAQs about Kaziranga Travel Guide

    Are there accommodations available within Kaziranga National Park?

    Yes, there are various accommodations ranging from luxury resorts to budget options available in the Kaziranga region. It’s advisable to book in advance, especially during the peak season.

    What wildlife can be spotted in Kaziranga National Park?

    Kaziranga is home to the Indian one-horned rhinoceros, tigers, elephants, wild water buffalo, and a rich diversity of bird species. Sloth bears, leopards, and various deer species can also be spotted.

    Is Kaziranga National Park open throughout the year?

    Kaziranga is open from November to April. The park remains closed during the monsoon season (mid-June to October) due to heavy rainfall, which can make certain areas inaccessible.