Assam. A kaleidoscope of colours, experience, scents & visuals. A tradition & Culture that is enduring. The mighty Brahmaputra. Descending onto the plains of Assam from South West Tibet.
A river that inspires awe. And reverence. Lush primordial forests, exotic wildlife, undulating tea gardens, hills, rapids and the infectious tune and cheerful rhythm of Bihu.
Assam Undulating landscape with emerald forests fascinating fauna and rare orchids. Some of the wildlife reserves host rare & exotic wildlife.
Kaziranga National Park :-
– This national park is located in the Gloaghat and Nagaon district of the Assam State in India.
– This national park is famous for the animals like Horned Rhinoceroses and the Tigers.
– This national park is situated at river bank of the Brahmaputra.
– The two biggest species of snakes also can be seen here in this park.
1) Mesh Snakes
2) King Cobra
– The 15 species of the water tortoise are also seen in this national park. The two species names are:
1) Endemic Assam Roofed Turtle
2) Brown Tortoise
– The 42 species of the Fish are also seen in this national park. The two species names are:
– How we can travel in the national park:-
– In this national park the visitors are taking the visit of park through climbing on the elephant.
– The visitors are also watching the park through the Jeep and the jeep is more safety for the visitors.
– Many people are also seen this through their private bus and cars and carrying the guide with them.
– How to reach at Kaziranga National Park:-
By Air :-
1) Jorhat Airport:- The distance between the Jorhat airport and Kaziranga National Park is approx. 97 Km.
2) Tezpur Airport:- The distance between the Jorhat airport and Kaziranga National Park is approx. 97 Km.
3) Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport:- The distance between the Jorhat airport and Kaziranga National Park is approx. 217 Km.
Note:- Taxi and mini buses are also available for transporting the visitors from airport to park.
By Bus :-
Assam State Transport Corporation and private buses are available for people to reach to the park.
Nearest 3 cities you can easily reach to park are :
1) Guwahati (217 Kilometre)
2) Furkating (75 Kilometre)
3) Nagaon (97 Kilometre)
By Train :-
Main raiway stations are:
1) Jorhat (90 Kilometre)
2) Helem (30 Kilometre)
3) Furkating (75 Kilometre)
4) Guwahati (20 Kilometre)
-The Kaziranga National park is closed for visitors from the month June to September.
Manas National Park, on the Bhutan border that is home to the rare hispid hare, pigmy hog and golden langur apart from elephants, rhinos, buffalo and the tiger & leopard. Other important sanctuaries include the Sonai Rupai Sanctuary in the Sonitpur district.
Nameri National Park in the foothills of Eastern Himalayas, Dibru – Saikhowa National Park in the Dibrugarh district, Orange National Park on the North bank of river Brahmaputra, Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary, near Guwahati, Bura-Chapori Wildlife Sanctuary in the Sonitpur district and the Laokhowa Wildlife Sanctuary in the Nagaon district.
A large Natural wetland with an area of 4.14 sq. Km ., Deepor Beel, is the State’s first bird sanctuary with varieties of local and migratory birds.
Assam is known for it’s exclusive golden silk “Muga” which is woven in Sualkuchi.
Majuli is the world’s largest riverine island and the focal point of Vaishnava culture. It is renowned for Satras (vaishnava monastries ).
Website : – www.assamtourism.org