Kaziranga National Park sprawls along the floodplains on both sides of the Brahmaputra River. The Park is awash with vibrant landscapes of deciduous woodlands, peppered with immense expanses of savannah grasslands and river islands carved by the ever-changing course of the Brahmaputra River. Declared a sanctuary in 1916, the Park is dedicated to conservation and sustainable practices and boasts a wide variety of wildlife, birdlife and flora.
Morning and evening game drives through the Park are a veritable feast for the senses, featuring spectacular scenery and an orchestra of sounds. Game drives are led by experienced and trained guides who tailor each excursion to suit your preferences, whether it’s to view a certain animal, learn about the mannerisms of different species and their habitats or simply to enjoy the diverse landscape.
Home to many endangered and vulnerable wildlife and bird species, including the one-horned rhinoceros, as well as numerous globally threatened species of birds, the Park is also inhabited by Indian elephant, Asiatic water buffalo, barasingha (swamp deer) and the Bengal tiger. Massive droves of the pelican and rose-ringed parakeet can be found in the shallows and on tree branches, whilst the mighty crested serpent eagle and grey-headed fishing eagle soar through the clear skies in search of prey.