In the heart of Assam, this park is one of the last areas in eastern India undisturbed by a human presence. It is inhabited by the world's largest population of one-horned rhinoceroses, as well as many mammals, including tigers, elephants, panthers and bears, and thousands of birds.
The National Park is famous for the protection and preservation of one horned Rhinoceros (Rhinoceros unicornis). The main object of this National Park is to conserve and protect the Rhinoceros and its habitat. The National park receives heavy rain from May onwards and part of the National Park will be inundated by floodwaters every year. The average rainfall is 2500mm every year.
The park was enlisted in the list of world heritage convention in its 9th session held in Paris during December, 1985. It was constituted into a reserved forest in the year, 1908 and then declared as a game sanctuary in 1916. It was upgraded into a National Park in 1974. The area is 473.71 sq.kms, which is spread over the three adjoining districts of Golaghat, Nagaon and Sonitpur. The area is almost flat all over having a few tributaries of Bramhaputhra river flowing through it. There are some water bodies of varying sizes distributed here and there. It bears tall grass growth all over the area. The National High way No.37 runs along the southern boundary of the park, which makes the communication easier. Minimukhi is a good viewing area. There is a good network of fair weather roads. All facilities are available to visitors including hired elephants for taking the visitors. Tourists coming from overseas are required to procure restricted area entry permit from the authorities concerned either in Delhi or Calcutta. The permit is issued liberally to groups of 6 or more intending visitors.
Enjoy the Elephant & Jeep wildlife safari
Honeymoon in Kaziranga National Park gives you a amazing chance to enjoy the exotic wildlife Jeep safari or Elephant Safari with you soulmate in wildlife sanctuary and see different species of birds and animals in their nature home. Enjoy your safari in green paradise and you will be hypnotizing with the varity of animals like One horned rhinoceros, Elephant, Wild buffalo, Royal bengal tiger, Golden Jackal, Leopard, swamp deer, white browed gibbon, Jungle cat, Indian gray mongoose, Bengal fox and leaf monkey are packed in exotic parks.
Enjoy the Kaziranga Bird Watching
The resident and migratory birds that you can spot on Honeymoon in Kaziranga National Park are the Crested Serpent Eagle, Palla's Eagle and Grey Headed Fishing Eagle, Greater Adjutant Stork, Bar Headed Geese, Whistling Teal, Pelicans etc. With great luck one might see the endangered Bengal Floricans.
For outing options from here on Honeymoon in Kaziranga national Park, you can go to explore the forest regions via a jeep or an elephant safari. It is possible to see elephants as well as one horned rhinoceros all over the park.
Best Time to visit Kaziranga national Park
The best visiting season of Kaziranga national Park is from September-October or February-March. Kaziranga experiences a pleasant climate throughout the year. Months from September to october during winter season make the ideal time to visit Kaziranga national Park.
Weather in Kaziranga national Park
Weather in Kaziranga is pleasant throughout the year. There are no extremities in terms of temperature variation; the winters (November-January) are cool and summers (March-june) are warm. Monsoon (June-July) season is dominant and lasts for a long time in this area. Mild showers may be experienced throughout the year.
How to reach Kaziranga National Park
Jorhat is the nearest airport having direct flight connectivity with Kolkata. Kolkata is the major airport that offers connection to the other towns of India and abroad as well. To reach Kaziranga National Park by air, one has to land at the nearest Jorhat Airport and continue his journey towards the Kajiranga by bus or train.
Nearest Railway Station for Kaziranga National Park is Furkating which is well connected to Guwahati on the broad gauge line. The trains that connect this place are Brahmaputra Express to Delhi and Kamrup Express to Howrah (Kolkata). There is also the facility of an Intercity Express train that interlinks Furkating with the towns of Dibrugarh and Guwahati on a daily basis. You can travel to Furkating by train and then cover the remaining 75 Km distance to Kaziranga National Park by taxi.
The nearest National Highway to this park is NH-37. Kaziranga is located at a distance of 217 km from Guwahati, at a distance of 96 km from Jorhat and at a distance of 75 km from Furkating. You can easily travel to Kaziranga by road from anywhere in assam. Both the assam Tourism Department and many private operators run road transport services to Kaziranga. Local buses, Deluxe and semi deluxe buses or private taxis are run regularly to Kaziranga National Park.
Where to Stay in Kaziranga National Park
Accommodation at Kaziranga National Park available in all ranges depending upons your budget from various forest rest houses and bungalows to the Kaziranga Forest Lodge owned by the ITDC (Indian Tourism Development Corporation). You can also stay at the Rest houses and hotels located besides the main road at Kohora near the southern boundary of the park. Enjoy the scenic view of the Himalayas caped by blue sky from here. Indian cuisine and snacks are available at the forest lodge.