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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.

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.

Situated at the foothills of the Eastern Himalayas, Nameri National Park is the last home to the Endangered White-Winged wood duck and is spreading in an area of 200 sq. Famed as a Birdwatcher’s paradise with around 300 species of Avifauna, is also home to wild animal species like Tiger, Leopard, Sambar, Dhole (the Asiatic wild dog), Pygmy Hog, Indian wild Bison, clouded leopard, Gaur, Wild Boar, Sloth bear, Capped Langur, Indian Giant squirrel etc.

Manas National Park

Situated at the foothills of Bhutan Hills, it is full of unique biodiversity and unparalleled landscapes. It is recognized as a UNESCO natural heritage site, biosphere reserve, project tiger reserve and an elephant reserve. It is home to around 55 species of mammals, around 400 species of birds and 50 species of reptiles.

Manas National Park has its own charm of beauty and wildlife merged to give an amazing ride in the greens of forest. A ride on the slow water raft on Manas river which flows through the forest offers stunning and tranquil views and offers a natural border between India and Bhutan.

Manas National Park

Situated at the foothills of Bhutan Hills, it is full of unique biodiversity and unparalleled landscapes. It is recognized as a UNESCO natural heritage site, biosphere reserve, project tiger reserve and an elephant reserve. It is home to around 55 species of mammals, around 400 species of birds and 50 species of reptiles.

Manas National Park has its own charm of beauty and wildlife merged to give an amazing ride in the greens of forest. A ride on the slow water raft on Manas river which flows through the forest offers stunning and tranquil views and offers a natural border between India and Bhutan.

Gibbon WLS

Rich in Biodiversity, covering an area of only 20.63 sq km, the Gibbon WLS is home to India’s only Apes, the Western Hoolock Gibbon and North-eastern India’s only nocturnal primate, the Bengal Slow Lorris which is unquestionably a precious jewel of the Indian forest. In addition to this rare species, the sanctuary houses the Stump tailed Macaque, Assamese Macaque, rhesus macaque, Capped Langur, Indian Elephant, Tiger, Leopard, Jungle cat, wild boar, Four types of squirrel, almost 219 bird species and several species of snakes.

Dibru Saikhua National Park

The Riverine National Park is untouched by urbanism and is a paradise for those who want to spend a few hours in the lap of Mother Nature. With a core area of 350 sq km, this is home to Bengal Tiger, Indian leopard, Clouded leopard, jungle cat, sloth bear, dhole, small Indian civet, Malayan giant squirrel, Chinese pangolin, Gangetic dolphin, Slow loris, Pig tailed macaque, Assamese macaque, rhesus macaque, capped langur, Hoolock gibbon, Asian elephant, wild boar, Sambar deer, hog deer, barking deer, Asiatic water buffalo and Ferral Horse.

Dibru Saikhua National Park

The Riverine National Park is untouched by urbanism and is a paradise for those who want to spend a few hours in the lap of Mother Nature. With a core area of 350 sq km, this is home to Bengal Tiger, Indian leopard, Clouded leopard, jungle cat, sloth bear, dhole, small Indian civet, Malayan giant squirrel, Chinese pangolin, Gangetic dolphin, Slow loris, Pig tailed macaque, Assamese macaque, rhesus macaque, capped langur, Hoolock gibbon, Asian elephant, wild boar, Sambar deer, hog deer, barking deer, Asiatic water buffalo and Ferral Horse.

Eaglenest WLS

Tucked away in mystic Arunachal Pradesh lies a truly enchanting and magical land, a land of captivating mountains, mesmerizing mist and beguiling wilderness, a land with an inviting name –Eagle nest Wildlife Sanctuary is India’s premiere birding destination.

Eaglenest Wildlife Sanctuary! Named after the Red Eagle Division of the Indian army, the park is situated in West Kameng, Arunachal Pradesh, and is known the world over for hosting the only known population of the recently described and critically endangered Bugun Liocichla.

Its mammals include the elusive Golden and Marbled Cats, several species of Himalayan squirrels, the Asian Elephant, Dholes, Himalayan Black Bears, Barking Deer, and the Red Panda. Eaglenest’s lesser known fauna includes a wide array of rare reptiles, amphibians and insects.