Kaziranga National Park

Spreading over an area of 430 sq. km, The Kaziranga National Park is also declared a World Heritage Site of Nature by the UNESCO. Diversity, density and sheer numbers of animals is almost unparalleled. The Park is home to a large breeding population of One Horned Asian Rhinoceros, Elephants, Wild Water buffalo and Asiatic Swamp Deer. It is recognized as an ‘Important Bird Area’ by Birdlife International for the conservation of Avifaunal species. More than 450 species of these beautiful creatures can be spotted in the park. The Royal Bengal Tiger population in Kaziranga NP enhanced significantly, making it one of the highest Tiger density zones in the world.