Kaziranga National Park
Kaziranga National Park is one of the pride of Assam. It is important to mention that this endangered Indian is the home of a horned rhinoceros and was also declared a tiger sanctuary in 2006, accommodating the highest density of tigers in the world. The national park is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
It is a large park with an area of about 429.93 km।. It belongs to two districts of Assam – Golaghat and Noagaon. Kaziranga tourism is not just about opening one of the many horned rhinoceros or tigers, it is a great base to walk in peace, but also to see three big vegetarians, Asian elephants, Asian water buffalo and live in the park. For swamp deer. Kaziranga National Park has also been demarcated by BirdLife International as an important bird area for the conservation of wild bird species. One of the many attractions in Kaziranga National Park is to visit elephants inside the park operated by a trained Mahavat. Walking in the open ground on these majestic animals is a special gift. Other options for viewing the national park are to book a jeep or four-wheeler.