Overview

India’s North-eastern states are a bio diversity hotspot and the state of Assam is home to the famous UNESCO world heritage Kaziranga National Park. Holding one of the world’s last and largest surviving populations of One-horned Rhinoceros, this place is nothing short of a paradise for photographers and wildlife enthusiasts. At The Wildside, we fondly refer to Kaziranga as India’s Serengeti for the sheer numbers of large mammals which inhabit the park’s flood plains.

Perched along the Banks of the mighty Brahmaputra, the river forms a lifeline to the Park. The torrential monsoon rains cause immense flooding in the river and most parts of the park are almost entirely submerged during the months of July, August and September. When the flood waters recede, the park abounds in life. The plains are lush creating brilliant feeding grounds for Elephants, Indian One-horned Rhinos, Asiatic Water Buffalo, Hog Deer and the rare and endangered Swamp Deer.

Interestingly, Kaziranga has one of the highest densities of Wild Bengal Tigers. Here, they are seldom seen, making a ┬áTiger sighting increasingly interesting and special. The wooded areas along the periphery of the park is a common haunt for India’s only ape, the Hoolock Gibbon. Arboreal Acrobats would be an ideal term to call these interesting species. Their calls peer through the silence and watching them swinging through the canopy is a visual delight.

During the winter months (Nov-Feb), avian winter migrants make their way south from their northern breeding grounds. Bird enthusiasts are sure to be amazed by the incredible diversity of wetland and forest birds found here. Over 300 species have been recorded in the park including different species of Pelicans, Ducks, Geese, Lapwings, Jacanas, Parakeets, Babblers, Mynas, Eagles, Shikras and the list goes on. Gear up and pack your bags to this beautiful destination. Join us on a Kaziranga Tour to experience the pristine wilderness. Talk to us today and start customising your vacation.

 

Itinerary

  • Day 1

    Arrival and check-in

    Kaziranga is conveniently located at a distance of about 180 km from Guwahati. The drive from the airport to the park would be around 4.5 hours. Today, your private car would pick you up at the airport/hotel and transfer you to Kaziranga.

    On arrival at the chosen resort, check-in and settle in for the day. Lunch is served followed by an evening safari. The safari would be around 3 hours. Returning just after dusk, enjoy a sumptuous dinner and retire for the day.

  • Day 2-3

    Morning and evening safaris

    Over the next 2 days, explore different parts of Kaziranga on 2 daily safaris.

    The morning safari begins at sunrise. Packed breakfast is carried and served on the morning safari. Return to the lodge at mid day. Post lunch, return once again to the park for another safari. After sunset, exit the park. At the hotel, take time to relax in the evening and enjoy a bonfire as Dinner is being prepared. Overnight in Kaziranga.

  • Day 4

    Morning safari and check-out

    Today will be the last safari. At around 10:00 am, return to the lodge, check-out of your rooms and the taxi will be ready to take you back to Guwahati.

     

    This interesting tour can be combined with a visit to Meghalaya or the Hornbill Festival which happens during December in Nagaland. Please talk to us to start planning your epic North east adventure

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Kaziranga

From

INR 19,999

Highlights

3 nights and 4 days in a luxury resort

6 safaris in Kaziranga National Park

Explore the World famous UNESCO World Heritage Site

Great photography opportunities of One-horned Rhino

Fantastic Birding and Bird Photography

Breath-taking landscapes over the Brahmatputra Plains

Road transfers from Guwahati

All inclusive tour

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