Kaziranga National Park
Kaziranga national park is located in the Golaghat and Nagaon districts of the state of Assam, India. The sanctuary, which hosts two-thirds of the world's greatest one-horned rhinoceroses, is a World Heritage Site. It also has the highest density of tigers. The One-Horned rhinoceros, Royal Bengal Tiger, Asian elephant, wild water buffalo and swamp deer are collectively known as 'Big Five' of Kaziranga. Apart from being the home of numerous animals Kaziranga is also a famous host of the migratory birds. It is known as bird watchers paradise. Birds such as the lesser white-fronted goose, ferruginous duck, Baer's pochard duck and lesser adjutant, greater adjutant, black-necked stork, and Asian openbill stork migrate from Central Asia to the park during winter are found here. Riverine birds include the Blyth's kingfisher, white-bellied heron, Dalmatian pelican, spot-billed pelican, Nordmann's greenshank, and black-bellied tern.Birds of prey include the rare eastern imperial, greater spotted, white-tailed, Pallas's fish eagle, grey-headed fish eagle, and the lesser kestrel. Two of the largest snakes in the world, the reticulated python and rock python, as well as the longest venomous snake in the world, the king cobra, inhabit the park.
The park has four major tourist ranges: Kohora Range, Agartala Range, Bagori Range, Burapahar Range. Covering the whole of the park there are Elephant safari and Jeep safari for the tourists to get a closer look at the phenomenal sightings of the flora and fauna found here.
It is an obvious choice for the entire wildlife enthusiast. The sightings of the one horned rhino amidst the tall grass mounted upon the elephants, where can you go wrong?