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Kaziranga National Park

Kaziranga National Park is the fortress of diversity in the realm of the famous One Horned Rhinos. It’s the home to more than 75% of the world's great one-horned rhinoceroses. A World Heritage Site resting in the lap of the mighty Brahmaputra, Kaziranga is the photographer’s delight, the tourist’s obsession and the nature’s enigma.

The beauty of Kaziranga is truly skin-deep and its unrivaled authority among Indian reserved forests can be simply sensed in the midst of towering trees, tall grasses, tigers’ roar, and the chirping of birds.

A paradise of diversity is the Kaziranga and it feels like everything serene and charismatic belongs here.

Kaziranga National Park has a perfect mingle of everything extravagant in biodiversity; be it the variety of wild lives or the scenic beauty, Kaziranga is beyond compare. It’s always on the cards; a wonder in bewilderment as you wander across the utterly fascinating, breathtaking and action-packed extremities of the Kaziranga.

The quintessential attraction in Kaziranga is the rhino. Just one safari through the park and you stand a chance to see the sights of the solitary creature meandering across the grasslands, grazing the meadows or wallowing in puddles.

Kaziranga indeed beckons a visit - perhaps you could get to witness a rhino taking on its archrival tiger.

Kaziranga National Park is the largest undisturbed region of the Brahmaputra floodplains, including its far-reaching grasslands and forests. Bejeweling the highest density of tigers among protected areas is the colossal breeding populace of elephants, wild water buffalo and swamp deer that Kaziranga prides on.

Situated in the Golaghat and Nagaon districts of Assam, the Kaziranga National Park spans over 378 square km (146 sq mi) and has recently been felicitated with an extension of another 429 square km in its habitat to sustain the increasing wildlife population.

The park, fêted as a mini-Africa in the Indian subcontinent, was established in 1905 for the conservation of rhinoceroses; and ever since the legendary inception, it has emerged as one of the most celebrated reserve forests on the planet.

Kaziranga has also been honored with the status of an ‘Important Bird Area’ by Birdlife International for the conservation of avifaunal species. In 2006, Kaziranga National Park was crowned as a Tiger Reserve. It has an ideal environment for tigers to enjoy their way of life. Tall grasses, dense grassland and skyscrapping trees provide a perfect camouflage for them to hide; and so, getting a full sight of a tiger while on a safari needs somewhat good fortune. However, their presence can be felt in the park all the time; thanks to their pug marks, territorial markings, kills, and of course - their fear-provoking roars.

Kaziranga National Park has forever been a pragmatic and favorable natural habitat for in situ conservation of biological biodiversity. One of the most preferred destinations for birds migrating seasonally from across the globe; Kaziranga National Park has managed to reserve for itself a spot of tremendous recognition among global wildlife conservation sites.