Lying in the pockets of the far North East of India, beside the great Bramhaputra River, Kaziranga is one of the most successful examples of wildlife conservation in India and one of the largest strips of protected terrain in the sub-Himalayan belt. The park, which celebrated its first centenary in 2005, has an area of 430 km², mostly covered with marshlands and elephant grass. Thereby, making it the ideal habitat for Kaziranga’s most famous resident – the Indian one-horned rhino.
Duration: 4 nights / 5 days
Activities: Forest Safaris, Birding
Tour starts from: Guwahati and Ends at: Guwahati
Destinations covered: Kaziranga and Hoollongapar (Click here to read about Kaziranga)
Grade: Medium. Walking at plain and slightly hilly tracks for birding.
Season: November to April
Best Time to Visit: November to March
Day 01: Arrival at Guwahati and transfer to Kaziranga National Park (4-5 hours’ drive).
Day 02: Morning Safari along with Elephant ride and evening jeep Safari in Kaziranga.
Day 03: Visit to Hoollongapar Gibbon Sanctuary
Day 04: Birding in tea gardens and evening jeep safari in Kaziranga National Park
Day 05: Transfer from Kaziranga to Guwahati and Guwahati tour (optional)