Kaziranga National Park

Kaziranga National Park is the oldest in Assam and lies partly in Nagaon District and partly in Golaghat District of Assam. It covers an area of about 430 Sq. km. Kaziranga National Park is said to be the best home of the Great Indian one horned rhinoceros but also provides shelter to a variety of wild lives. The landscape of Kaziranga is of sheer forest, rugged reeds, tall elephant grass, marshes and shallow pools. In 1974, Kaziranga has been declared as National Park.

Wild life Species

Elephant, Rhinoceros, Indian bison, Samber, Swamp deer, Hog deer, Tiger, Sloth Bear, Leopard, Jungle cat, Leopard cat, hog badger, Hoolock gibbon, Capped langur, Jackal, Goose, lbis, Hornbills, Cormorants, Heron Fishing Eagle, Egret etc. A large number of migratory birds are seen here during winter.

Near Kaziranga National Park, GL’s Resort is located at the foothills of Burapahar in Golaghat District of Assam. This resort offers you an accommodation in well-furnished cottages with all modern amenities. For adventures, picnics, sports tours as well as for students outing there are tents with attached bathroom. The restaurant serves Chinese, continental, South Indian, Assamese delicacies and North Indian. A spacious hall is equipped with modern sound system and other equipments are available for seminars, parties and conferences. Swimming pool, Tennis and badminton courts are the other facilities. The resort also has a children’s park.

Other facilities available are:

•    Attached Bathroom with Geyser
•    Colour TV
•    Restaurant
•    Bar and Wine shop
•    Children Park

Best Time to Visit

Kaziranga National Park visiting season is from mid-November to early April months. In the monsoons, the Brahmaputra River bursts its banks, flooding the grasslands and causing animals to migrate from one area to another within the Kaziranga National Park.

So, I hope in this winter vocations, you would prefer to visit this Kaziranga National Park.

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