Kaziranga

Kaziranga National Park Overview


"A perfect stopover in the forest area"


Kaziranga National Park Overview


Kaziranga Tourism is not about the opening of one of the horny rhinoceros or tigers that walk on foot is a great base, but this also means that there are three big vegetarians, Asian elephants, Asian water buffaloes and watching Swampy Deer. Kaziranga National Park has also been demarcated as an important bird area by BirdLife International in an attempt to preserve the species of wild birds. One of the many attractions in the Kaziranga National Park is to travel elephants inside the park circulated by trained Mahavat.



Best Time To Visit Kaziranga National Park


Kaziranga in Summer (March-May)

The summer months in Kaziranga are March, April and May. These are hot months, and the maximum temperature recorded here is 37 degrees Celsius and the minimum temperature is up to 25 degrees Celsius. This is a dry season when high winds also run. Many animals can be seen in May.


Kaziranga National Park in Monsoon (July-September)

Monsoon brings heavy rain in this part of the world, causing floods in most part of the garden. Monsoon lasts in July, August and September. Gardens are closed for tourists during these months. Kaziranga has an annual rainfall of 2220 millimeters. Once in the garden can fill the water for 5-10 days.


Kaziranga National Park in Winter (November-February)

The winter months in Kaziranga National Park are November, December, January and February. During the monsoon, the average temperature is around 5 degrees and 30 degrees Celsius. The weather is very light during the winter and therefore attracts a large number of tourists. This is the peak season in the park.



How To Reach Kaziranga


1). By Flight

The nearest airport in Kaziranga is in Jorhat, which is located 82 km from the National Park. There are regular flights from Jorhat Airport to Guwahati and Kolkata. The nearest international airport is the popular Gopinath Bordoloi Airport, Guwahati. Located at a distance of 223 kilometers from Guwahati National Park.


2). By Road

Traveling directly from Guwahati, can travel direct buses for tourists to Kaziranga or book other vehicles.


3). By Train

Roadways are the lifeline of Kaziranga National Park. National Highway 37A connects Guwahati and Upper Assam with Kaziranga. Tezpur is located approximately 80 kilometers from the park. The other nearest cities are Jorhat.




Top Places in Kaziranga


1). Kakochang waterfall, Kaziranga

Kakochang Falls is situated at 13 kilometers from Bokakhat in Golaghat district, Assam. It is a beautiful waterfall located in the heaven of nature. The waterfall makes the scene unusually beautiful, coming down widely from between the coffee and rubber gardens of the district. Kokkung Waterfall is a popular picnic spot, and local people and tourists often come here. For the picnickers, there is a very good place around the lake.



2) Tea Garden, Kaziranga
Tea Garden

The tea Garden are the pride of Assam. Assam is famous for the taste and color of tea. During the visit to Kaziranga National Park, tourists should visit some tea gardens located nearby. Everyone should see the life once in a short while on the hills, with the wavy green bushes.



3). Deoparbat Ruins, Kaziranga
Dev Mountain Ruins

Dev Mountain Ruins is located 5 kilometers from Numaligarh in Gollaghat district and close to Kaziranga National Park. Apart from this, the God mountain known as (two hills), Dev Mountain is famous for archaeological ruins on the ruins of the ruins. There is an ancient temple of scattered statues scattered around the top of the hills.

This temple of broken statues gives a realization that how old it is. God mountain climbing is particularly tired in hot days. But once going up, the scene is amazing. Visitors can also find a glimpse of the Numaligarh tea plantation and adjoining Kabul Angolong hills above the hill.




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