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Accommodation In Kaziranga National Park

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Accommodation in Kaziranga National Park

The presence of the Great Indian One-Horned Rhinoceros  upon which this sanctuary is formed, is one good and the main reason to visit the park. Most of the people visit and extend their holiday to see the wildlife and famous creature. And to further enhance tourists experience in the unparallel beauty of the jungle, a pre-booked stay hotel or resort close to the Kaziranga National Park.

Tourists will be able to find best places to stay some of which are Government run lodges while other are private accommodations and camps. Even the outskirts of Kaziranga National Park like Bokakhat and Nagaon has some good number of jungle resorts, camps, luxury hotels.


Jupuri Ghar, Kaziranga: TA Rank (4.5) - Certificate of Excellence

Jupuri Garh, is situated just off to the main road, in the Kohora Tourist range. the property was leased by Network Travels and the result is a small but pleasant property of eight standalone cottages and an open-air restaurant. cottages are fitted with air-conditioners and geysers.  The accommodation in Zupuri Garh is standard but very clean and the whole property is set out in beautifully landscaped and maintained gardens.


Facilities of Jupuri Ghar

Zupuri Garh is comprised of eight charming individual air-conditioned cottages with attached bathroom, and each cottage has an outside porch facing a central courtyard. The rooms are large, very clean and comfortable

  • 8 A/C Double-Bedded Cottages

  • Television

  • Wooden furniture

  • Hot & cold water

  • Bathroom attached

  • Drawing room

  • Fully air-conditioned (deluxe room)


Kaziranga Resort, Kaziranga: TA Rank (3.5) - Certificate of Excellence

Kaziranga Resort is a brand new luxury resort in the serene environs of World heritage “Kaziranga National Park” and has been built with customer satisfaction as their utmost goal. It is in a way luxury camping at its best and offers first class comfort with personalized services. Surrender unto nature's mystique at Kaziranga Resort Kaziranga Resort offers relaxed elegance, fine dining, efficient service and all the latest amenities to ensure the best in comfort.


Facilities of Kazirnaga Resort

Kaziranaga Resorts provides 5 Types of Cottage to stay and relax in beautiful environment. Cluster Cottages, Kabri Cottage, Honeymoon Cottage and Assam Type Cottage. Resort has multi-cuisine restaurant, where you enjoy with each types cuisine

  • 3 Executive Rooms

  • 2 Premium Cottages

  • 3 Deluxe Rooms

  • Jeep Safari

  • Elephant Safari

  • Traditional Folk Dance

  • Traditional Foods


Bonhabi Resort, Kaziranga: TA Rank (4.5) - Certificate of Excellence

Bonhabi Resort is very nearest of kaziranga national park's main entry gate. It is only 1 minute away from the park entry gate. Resort is located at Bagarijuri in kaziranga. The mainstay of Bon Habi lies on those people who dedicate their service for a cozy, homely and secured stay of all our esteemed guests.


Facilities of Kaziranga National Park

We offer 14 spacious, twin bedded cottages which are large, airy and very modern in their layout. Resort has multi-cuisine restaurant, where you enjoy with each types cuisine.

Resort also provide elephant and jeep safari inside the Kaziranga National Park.


Restaurant Facility

A large Restaurant serves as dining area with 30 seats capacity which provides multi cuisine dishes and specialized ethnic food.




Climate of Kaziranga National Park

The park experiences three seasons: summer, monsoon, and winter.

The winter season, between November and February, is mild and dry, with a mean high of 25 °C (77 °F) and low of 5 °C (41 °F).During this season, beels and nallahs (water channels) dry up.

The summer season between March and May is hot, with temperatures reaching a high of 37 °C (99 °F).During this season, animals usually are found near water bodies.

The rainy monsoon season lasts from June to September, and is responsible for most of Kaziranga's annual rainfall of 2,220 mm (87 in).During the peak months of July and August, three-fourths of the western region of the park is submerged, due to the rising water level of the Brahmaputra. The flooding causes most animals to migrate to elevated and forested regions outside the southern border of the park, such as the Mikir hills.


Wild Animals in Kaziranga national park

Kaziranga contains significant breeding populations of 35 mammalian species,of which 15 are threatened as per the IUCN Red List.[citation needed] The park has the distinction of being home to the world's largest population of the Great Indian One-Horned Rhinoceros (1,855), Wild Asiatic Water Buffalo (1,666) and Eastern Swamp Deer (468).

Significant populations of large herbivores include elephants (1,940),gaur (30) and sambar (58). Small herbivores include the Indian Muntjac, wild boar, and hog deer.Kaziranga has the largest population of the Wild water buffalo anywhere accounting for about 57% of the world population.

Kaziranga is one of the few wild breeding areas outside Africa for multiple species of large cats, such as Indian Tigers and Leopards. Kaziranga was declared a Tiger Reserve in 2006 and has the highest density of tigers in the world (one per five km²), with a population of 86, as per the 2000 census. Other felids include the Jungle Cat, Fishing Cat, and Leopard Cats.Small mammals include the rare Hispid Hare, Indian Gray Mongoose, Small Indian Mongooses, Large Indian Civet, Small Indian Civets, Bengal Fox, Golden Jackal, Sloth Bear, Chinese Pangolin, Indian Pangolins, Hog Badger, Chinese Ferret Badgers, and Particolored flying squirrels.citation needed] Nine of the 14 primate species found in India occur in the park.


Prominent among them are the Assamese Macaque, Capped, Golden Langur, as well as the only ape found in India, the Hoolock Gibbon. Kaziranga's rivers are also home to the endangered Ganges Dolphin.


Kaziranga has been identified by Birdlife International as an Important Bird Area. It is home to a variety of migratory birds, water birds, predators, scavengers, and game birds. Birds such as the Lesser White-fronted Goose, Ferruginous Duck, Baer's Pochard duck and Lesser Adjutant, Greater Adjutant, Black-necked Stork, and Asian Openbill stork migrate from Central Asia to the park during winter. Riverine birds include the Blyth's Kingfisher, White-bellied Heron, Dalmatian Pelican, Spot-billed Pelican, Nordmann's Greenshank, and Black-bellied Tern.Birds of prey include the rare Eastern Imperial, Greater Spotted, White-tailed, Pallas's Fish Eagle, Grey-headed Fish Eagle, and the Lesser Kestrel.

Kaziranga was once home to seven species of vultures, but the vulture population reached near extinction, supposedly by feeding on animal carcasses containing the drug Diclofenac. Only the Indian Vulture, Slender-billed Vulture, and Indian White-rumped Vulture have survived. Game birds include the Swamp Francolin, Bengal Florican, and Pale-capped Pigeon.

Other families of birds inhabiting Kaziranga include the Great Indian Hornbill and Wreathed Hornbill, Old World babblers such as Jerdon’s and Marsh Babblers, weaver birds such as the common Baya Weaver, threatened Finn's Weavers, thrushes such as Hodgson's Bushchat and Old World warblers such as the Bristled Grassbird. Other threatened species include the Black-breasted Parrotbill and the Rufous-vented Prinia.

Two of the largest snakes in the world, the Reticulated Python and Rock Python, as well as the longest venomous snake in the world, the King Cobra, inhabit the park. Other snakes found here include the Indian Cobra, Monocled Cobra, Russell's Viper, and the Common Krait.Monitor lizard species found in the park include the Bengal monitor and the Water Monitor.Other reptiles include fifteen species of turtle, such as the endemic Assam Roofed Turtle and one species of tortoise, the Brown Tortoise.42 species of fish are found in the area, including the Tetraodon.

Elephant Safari & Guided Tours in Kaziranga National Park, Assam, India


Observing the wildlife, including birding, is the main visitor activity in and around the park. Guided tours by elephant or Jeep are available. Hiking is prohibited in the park to avoid potential human-animal conflicts. Observation towers are situated at Sohola, Mihimukh, Kathpara, Foliamari, and Harmoti for wildlife viewing. The Lower Himalayan peaks frame the park's landscape of trees and grass interspersed with numerous ponds. An interpretation centre is being set up at the Bagori range of Kaziranga, to help visitors learn more about the park.


The park remains closed for visitors from mid-April to mid-October due to monsoon rains. Four tourist lodges at Kohora and three tourist lodges inside the park are maintained by the Department of Environment and Forests, Government of Assam. Private resorts are available outside the park borders.


Increase in tourist inflow has led to the economic empowerment of the people living at the fringes of the park, by means of tourism related activities, encouraging a recognition of the value of its protection. A survey of tourists notes that 80 percent found rhino sightings most enjoyable and that foreign tourists were more likely to support park protection and employment opportunities financially, while local tourists favored support for veterinary services.



Authorised guides of the forest department accompany all travellers inside the park. Mahout-guided elephant rides and Jeep or other 4WD vehicles rides are booked in advance. Starting from the Park Administrative Centre at Kohora, these rides can follow the three motorable trails under the jurisdiction of three ranges—Kohora, Bagori, and Agaratoli. These trails are open for light vehicles from November to mid-May. Visitors are allowed to take their own vehicles when accompanied by guides.


Buses owned by Assam State Transport Corporation and private agencies between Guwahati, Tezpur, and Upper Assam stop at the main gate of Kaziranga on NH 37 at Kohora. The nearest town is Bokakhat 23 kilometres (14 mi) away. Major cities near the park are Guwahati (217 kilometres (135 mi)) and Jorhat (97 kilometres (60 mi)). Furkating 75 kilometres (47 mi), which is under the supervision of Northeast Frontier Railway, is the nearest railway station.[citation needed] Jorhat Airport at Rowriah (97 kilometres (60 mi) away), Tezpur Airport at Salonibari (approx 100 kilometres (62 mi) away), and Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport in Guwahati (approximately 217 kilometres (135 mi) away) are the nearby airports.


Kaziranga has been the theme of, or has been mentioned in, several books, songs, and documentaries. The park first gained international prominence after Robin Banerjee, a physician turned photographer and filmmaker, produced a documentary titled Kaziranga, which aired on Berlin television in 1961 and became a runaway success.

American science fiction and fantasy author, L. Sprague de Camp wrote about the park in his poem, "Kaziranga, Assam". It was first published in 1970 in Demons and Dinosaurs, a poetry collection, and was reprinted as Kaziranga in Years in the Making: the Time-Travel Stories of L. Sprague de Camp in 2005.

Kaziranga Trail (Children's Book Trust, 1979), a children's storybook by Arup Dutta about rhinoceros poaching in the national park, won the Shankar's Award.The Assamese singer Bhupen Hazarika refers to Kaziranga in one of his songs.The BBC conservationist and travel writer, Mark Shand, authored a book and the corresponding BBC documentary Queen of the Elephants, based on the life of the first female mahout in recent times—Parbati Barua of Kaziranga. The book went on to win the 1996 Thomas Cook Travel Book Award and the Prix Litteraire d'Amis, providing publicity simultaneously to the profession of mahouts as well as to Kaziranga.


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