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Arunachal tour with Kaziranga National Park - Famous Snow-clad Himalayan ranges of North east India – Home of Buddhist Monasteries in India - Package Overview

Arunachal tour with Kaziranga National Park - Famous Snow-clad Himalayan ranges of North east India – Home of Buddhist Monasteries in India

Arunachal tour with Kaziranga National Park: Overview

Arunachal tour with Kaziranga National Park is desirable tour package designed for foreign tourist who wishes to enjoy and experience beauty of North East India. Arunachal state is a home to great monasteries, several shrines and pristine lakes, Flora and fauna which attract thousands of travelers from different parts of the world. Package gets starts/end from Guwahati and cover Kaziranga Nation Park, Tezpur, Nameri National Park, Bhalukpong and Bomdila in 7N/8D duration. We are pleased to provide several facilities during your holiday tour and provide all necessary awareness.

What is Unique in Arunachal tour with Kaziranga National Park and why?

Holiday Travel India offers special package in which we include some selected destination of Arunachal Pradesh and Assam state with India’s famous one horned Rhino Kaziranga National Park. In this package you will find chance to explore 2 National park of Assam state and some less known destination of both state which makes this package different from others. In this package you will cover one of the most popular sightseeing destinations in which you will get a chance to explore Elephant safari, jeep safari and boat safari in National park, try river rafting in Jia Bhoroli River and Asia’s Famous Tibetan Monasteries in Bomdila. We arrange best accommodation with delicious food according to guest need.

Arunachal tour with Kaziranga National Park: Highlights

  • Famous One Horned Rhino in Kaziranga National Park

  • One of the famous Wildlife sanctuaries of Northeast Asia: Nameri National Park

  • Famous archeological site in Arunachal Pradesh: Bhalukpong Fort

  • Historical place in Arunachal Pradesh: Tipi

  • Asia’s Famous Tibetan Monasteries in Bomdila

Arunachal tour with Kaziranga National Park - Famous Snow-clad Himalayan ranges of North east India – Home of Buddhist Monasteries in India - Package Rates & Dates
Title Standard Prsice High Season
May-13 To Mar-31
Low Season
Dec-20 To Jan-10
NewYear/Festival Time
7N/8D Standard Package
Nature Hunt Eco Camp (Kaziranga National Park), Nameri Eco Camp (Nameri National Park), Hotel Druk (Bhalukpong), Seagull (Bomdila)
Rs 23747 Rs 24780 Rs 22715 Rs 0
7N/8D Deluxe Package
Landmark Woods (Kaziranga National Park), Jia Bhorali Wild Resort (Nameri National Park), Hotel Seagull Bhalukpong (Bhalukpong), Hotel Pemaling (Bomdila)
Rs 28721 Rs 29970 Rs 27472 Rs 0
7N/8D Luxury Package
IORA-The Retreat (Kaziranga National Park), Hotel KF (Nameri National Park), Waii International Hotel (Bhalukpong), Hotel Nambrog (Bomdila)
Rs 42394 Rs 44238 Rs 40551 Rs 0
Arunachal tour with Kaziranga National Park - Famous Snow-clad Himalayan ranges of North east India – Home of Buddhist Monasteries in India - Package Inclusion

Arunachal tour with Kaziranga National Park: Inclusion

  • 07 Nights accommodation on twin sharing basis

  • Breakfast and Dinner

  • 03 night stay in Kaziranga Nation Park

  • 02 Night stay in Nameri National Park Resort

  • 01 Night stay with sightseeing at Bhalukpong

  • 01 Night stay with sightseeing at Bomdila

  • Private Ac vehicle for 08 days

  • Parking, toll tax and driver hault

  • Inclusive of all taxes

Arunachal tour with Kaziranga National Park: Exclusion

  • Any personal expense

  • Lunch

  • Any airfare, Busfare and Railway fare

  • Activity and safari charges

  • Gst tax

Arunachal tour with Kaziranga National Park - Famous Snow-clad Himalayan ranges of North east India – Home of Buddhist Monasteries in India - Package Itinerary

Arrival at Guwahati airport or railway station and proceed to Kaziranga National Park which is famous home of one horned rhino in Assam. Upon arrival check in to hotel and have lunch at same hotel, rest of the day free at your leisure. By the evening you will visit local sightseeing which includes Karbi Ethnic village and local model village. By the evening come back to resort and overnight stay with dinner at Kaziranga Nation Park

Meals: Dinner

Lunch: Served at any enroute Restaurant

Early in the morning you will visit for elephant safari which starts from 05:30 am - 06:30 am or a second shift start from 6.30 am-7.30 am depends on you, and enjoys an outing to the Western range of the park. After elephant safari you will come back to resorts and have breakfast, rest some hours at your leisure. After lunch get ready to explore jeep safari at central range which starts from 01:30 pm – 03:30 pm. After exploring Jungle jeep safari you will return back to hotel and overnight stay with dinner at Kaziranga Resort

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

Lunch: Served at same hotel

Early in the morning you will visit elephant safari at eastern range, The main attraction of it is one-horned Rhinoceros with wild Buffalo, Tiger, Elephant, variety of Deer, Python and variety of migratory birds, water birds, predators, scavengers and game birds. After safari we will return back to resort for breakfast and refreshment. In the afternoon we will leave for 2 Jeep safaris in Burapahar range and Agaratoli range. After safaris return back to hotel and overnight stay with dinner at Kaziranga National Park

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

On Fourth day check out from hotel and proceed towards Tezpur which is a fast growing City on the banks of the river Brahmaputra and is the largest of the north bank towns. Upon arrival you will visit to explore such famous sightseeing which includes Agnigarh one of the most popular sightseeing destinations, Bamuni Hills, Kalia Bhomora Setu. After sightseeing you may stop for lunch at any nearest restaurant, later you will be taken towards Nameri National park which comes in count of famous national parks of Assam. You may have half day to explore national park, the habitat consists of tropical evergreen, semi evergreen, moist deciduous forests with cane and bamboo brakes and narrow strips of open grassland along rivers. Nameri along with adjacent Packed and neighboring Eagle nest Wild Life Sanctuaries of Western Arunachal protect about 1300 of great bio-diversity. After that you will return back to hotel and overnight stay with dinner at Nameri Resort/ Hotel.

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

Lunch: Served at any nearest restaurant

After breakfast you will be taken to Nameri National park to explore another part of Park. The park abounds in tiger, elephant, leopard, clouded leopard, Indian Bison, pangolin, Indian Wild Dog, civet cat, capped langur, jackel, sambar, barking deer etc. After exploring National park by boat you will be return back to hotel and have lunch. After lunch get ready to rafting, guided rafting in Jia Bhoroli River. Have lots of fun while rafting, by the evening you will return back to hotel and overnight dinner at Nameri resort /hotel.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

After breakfasts check out from resort/hotel and proceed towards Bhalukpong, it is a small town located along the southern reaches of the Himalayas in West Kameng district of Arunachal Pradesh in India. Upon arrival you will be taken to Bhalukpong Fort, Tipi. After sightseeing you may have lunch at any nearest restaurant and then you will visit Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary. By the evening you will come back to hotel and overnight stay with dinner at Bhalukpong hotel

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

Lunch: Served at any nearest restaurant

After breakfast check out from hotel and proceed towards Bamdila which is 96 km away from each other. Upon arrival you will be taken towards Tibetan Monasteries, Apple Orchards and The Orchid Research and Development Station. After sightseeing check in to hotel and you may have lunch at same hotel, rest of the day free at your leisure and overnight stay with dinner at Bomdila hotel

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

Lunch: Served at same hotel

After post breakfast check out from hotel and you will proceed to Guwahati which is 320 km away from Bomdila. Upon arrival you will drop to Guwahati airport or railway station for onwards journey. Tour gets end with lots of memory

 Meals: Breakfast

Arunachal tour with Kaziranga National Park - Famous Snow-clad Himalayan ranges of North east India – Home of Buddhist Monasteries in India - Package Other Details

How to Reach Guwahati

By Flight: Guwahati has Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport at Borjhar, about 20 km west of the center of the city. There are direct flights to Guwahati from Delhi, Jaipur, Mumbai, Kolkata, Bengaluru, Chennai, Ahmedabad and other major cities in India by different airlines. Druk Air connects Guwahati internationally airport to Bangkok and Paro twice a week.

By Train: Guwahati falls under the Northeast Frontier Railway zone of the Indian Railways. Guwahati Junction which is the major station of Guwahati is the headquarters of the zone. Two other stations are Kamakhya Junction and New Guwahati (for freight services) located towards west and east from Guwahati respectively. Kamakhya Junction is the second largest station of the city. Guwahati is well connected by express trains to major cities like New Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Chandigarh, Mumbai, Jaipur, Trivandrum, Ranchi, Patna, Kollam, Puri, Jammu etc

By Bus: Guwahati connects with the states Bihar, Jharkhand and West Bengal with National Highway 31. National Highway 37 from Goalpara in Assam to Dimapur in Nagaland traverses the entire length of Assam and connects Guwahati with almost all the major cities of Assam including the cities of Jorhat, Dibrugarh and Bongaigaon. Citizens from Myannmar can come in through the border post of Tamu-Moreh and take a connecting flight from Imphal to the city. There are also regular Bus services from Imphal to the city. Similarly, citizens can come from Bhutan and Bangladesh through Border Posts and take the Bus Services to the city.

Bhalukpong to Guwahati

Bhalukpong to Guwahati is approx 223 km away from each other and it takes 4.5 Hours to reach.

Best time to visit Arunachal Pradesh

The best time to visit Arunachal Pradesh is from October till April, basically the winter months. Arunachal Pradesh has a healthy and pleasant climate.

Places to visit in Bhalukpong

Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary

Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary lies in the foothills of the Eastern Himalaya in the East Kameng District of Arunachal Pradesh. The Pakhui reserve is neighbor to the Nameri Tiger reserve in Assam, making this area a true treasure trove in terms of these spectacular animals. This area was first declared the Pakke Reserve Forest in July of 1966. Eleven years later, it was named the Camo Sanctuary. Then, in 2002, it was formally christened Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary and Pakke Tiger Reserve. The park is also blessed with the ominous presence of a throbbing rivulet that spans across it. Other rivers like Kemeng River and the Pakke River also make their way through the periphery of this humongous park.

Bhalukpong Fort: Bhalukpong Fort was constructed around 10th century and though now in ruins, it stands for the culture and ancient glory of the place.

Bomdila: Bomdila is located at north of Bhalukpong and tourists at this destination are amazed by the monasteries here. The craftsmanship of the monasteries is too good. The atmosphere in and around the monasteries is quite different that give diverse experiences to the tourists. Adventure lovers at this place get a wonderful chance to challenge their spirits by experiencing trekking.

Tipi: Tipi is located 5 kms from Bhalukpong. It is one of the most famous tourist destinations thanks to the Orchidarium here. Tipi Orchidarium has over 50000 varieties of orchids. The orchids are wonderfully displayed in hanging baskets and some on pots. You could also go rafting and fishing here.

Things to do in Arunachal Pradesh

Explore Namdapha National park

Namdapha National Park is a biodiversity hotspot situated in the Changlang district of Arunachal Pradesh, 459 km from Tawang. Spanning an area of 1985 sq km, the core area of the park stretches over 1808 sq km making it the largest protected area in the Eastern Himalayas. Namdapha National Park’s fauna comprises snow leopards, clouded leopards, common leopards, tigers, dholes, wolves, Asiatic black bears, red pandas, red foxes, yellow-throated martens, slow Loris, Hoolock gibbons, capped langurs, Assamese macaques and rhesus macaques. It is also the largest protected area in the eastern Himalaya biodiversity hotspot and a haven for some of the rare and endangered species. Namdapha is said to be the perfect place for wildlife or nature enthusiasts.

Go for Bird Watching in the Sangti Valley                      

The Sangti valley is located nearly 15 kilometers from Dirang. It is also positioned in the Bomdia Tawang road in the west par of Arunachal Pradesh. The Sangti valley even though not much known to the outer world, it is a beautiful for the people to visit.   The valley is also covered with green forest along with fast moving rivers. The place is rich in culture, tradition and civilization. The black necked cranes are magnificent scene for the viewers which come to this place at the time of winter. The valley is suitable for bird watchers as there is wide variety of birds in addition to the migrating birds. The researchers can have wide study on the medicinal plants and exceptional trees that are often available. The different types of fauna that are found in the thrilling place are resemblance of its heritage.

White water rafting in Kameng River

The Kamneg River is situated in Arunachal Pradesh which is one of the last frontiers of Asia.   It is only recently that it has become possible to get special permission to explore this area with its abundance of wildlife and   unique tribal cultures. Including the Naga a tribe that used to head hunt until just a few years ago living in the forests of India and Myanmar. This is a mix of colors and elements. Opened only recently for rafting and kayaking, this expedition will take you through lush rainforests that surround some of the finest white water in the world.

Visit Tawang Monastery

The second largest monastery in Asia and the largest in India is the Tawang Monastery. It was established by Mera Lama Lodre Gyasto during the 17th century. It is situated amidst picturesque landscape.  It is a centre where young Buddhist monks learn about the essence of Buddhist culture. The amazing collection of manuscripts, books and other artifacts in the monastery increases its value multifold.

Go Camping along the Daporijo Road

Arunachal Pradesh is a perfect holiday spot. Camping is lot of fun. The remote town of Daporijo presents picturesque natural beauty. There is also a suspension bridge nearby

Bhalukpong River Rafting

Bhoroli River known as the Kameng River before entering Assam, the Jia Bhoroli River originates in South Tibet and develops in Arunachal Pradesh. One of the major tributaries of the Brahmaputra River, it finally merges with the fiery giant at Tezpur on the eastern side of the Kolia Bhomora Setu bridge. A region very few travel groups will bother with. The thrill of the exuberant rapids on the river is only surpassed by the verdant beauty that surrounds it.

Culture of Meghalaya

Meghalaya, a beautiful state located in peaceful hills of north eastern India is home for Garo tribe, Khasi and Jaintias.  There are various ethnic festivals that are celebrated in the state. Dance forms an integral part of life in Meghalaya and these festivals are celebrated with pomp and grandeur.

Arunachal Pradesh trekking

Arunachal Pradesh sits landlocked by the states of Assam and Nagaland in the south, the countries of Bhutan and Myanmar to the east and west respectively, and China to the north. There are many species of flora and fauna found in Arunachal Pradesh, which you may not find anywhere else on this planet. Adventure and arduous features in Arunachal Pradesh trekking experiences lay ahead of you. The terrains are challenging and breath taking, especially when the botanical flora and fauna greet you face to face on the rafting in Arunachal or the trekking trails.

  • Talley Valley Trek

  • Bailey Trail

  • Ziro Trek

  • Mechuka Trek

  • Gorichen Base Camp Trek

Places to visit in Dirang

National Research Centre On Yak: The National Research Centre on Yak at Dirang has a yak farm at 8500 ft asl where nore than 150 yaks of different varieties are being housed

Dirang Dzong: Dirang Dzong, which is a tribal area, is on the shores of Dirang River. The architecture of the tribal colony is stunning. Some of the houses are over 500 years old. The foundation of these houses is of stone and the walls and roof are built of wood. Dzong, as the fort is referred to comprises this settlement and it inspires you with its architecture, which is an influence of Buddhist kingdoms.  It is the only one of its mannerism in the whole region. It is strategically situated and is a four storied fortified building in which the whole village could take shelter at the time of war.

Hot water spring Dirang

Hot Water Spring is yet one more favorite spot for tourists. Flowing from near hills, the Hot Water Spring falls into river Dirang. Wealthy in sulphur content and praised for its curative powers, Hot Spring attracts folks in nice numbers. The bath is especially refreshing after you visit this place in winter.

Sangti Valley: Sangti Valley is situated 7 km away from Dirang. The location of Sangti Valley is beyond description. Black-necked cranes migrate to this valley from China during the months of November and December and after the winter months are over, they set back to their homes during April and May. Surrounded by the towering ranges of Eastern Himalayas, blessed with pleasant weather round the year with maybe some light snowfall in the winter months, covered with fruit orchards

Famous Attraction of Tawang

Sela Pass: The Sela Pass is a high-altitude mountain pass located on the border between the Tawang and West Kameng Districts of Arunachal Pradesh state in India. It owns the credit of being the only high-altitude mountain pass in the world that is motorable. This is the only way to gain access to Tawang by road. The views from Sela Pass are spectacular.  The sunrays kissing the mountaintop give you a different version of the mountain.

Tawang Monastery: The second largest monastery in Asia and the largest in India is the Tawang Monastery. It was established by Mera Lama Lodre Gyasto during the 17th century. A wonderful scenic tourist destination, Tawang Monastery is located at a foothill and at an elevation of 3000 m above sea level. The monastery, which houses more than 300 monks (actual capacity 700 monks), it is the main centre of spirituality and religion for the people residing in and around Tawang.

Taktsang Gompa: Taktsang Gompa is believed to have been honored by Guru Padmasambhava’s visit during the 8th century.  The charge of the Gompa was taken over by his secretary, Chang-sey after his death. The monastery is bounded by a lush green pine grove. It is believed that Guru Padmasambhava visited this place for meditation during the 8th century. Encircled by thick coniferous forest and lofty mountains, this monastery is visited by devotees in decent numbers every year.

Gorichen Peak: Gorichen Peak the highest in Arunachal Pradesh with 22500 feet height but it also poses a high challenge to trekkers. The gorgeous Gorichen Peak offers magnificent views.  Gorichen peak, also called as Sa-Nga Phu is well visible from Tezpur. The view on the road Nechipu to Seppa is also pretty good. Most tourists come across it while traveling from Bomdila to Tawang.

Shonga-tser Lake: Shonga-tser Lake is also called as Madhuri Lake, named after the famous Bollywood actress Madhuri Dixit. The lake was formed as a result of an earthquake in this region back in 1971. This place was grassland until then, serving to the cattle of the locals. The lake is an absolute delight for the photographers. Image Credit

Nuranang Waterfalls: Nuranang Falls is located in the Tawang district of Arunachal Pradesh, India. It is one of the most spectacular waterfalls in this part of the country. River Nuranang originates from the northern slope of Sela pass and form Nuranag waterfalls before it meets River Tawang. While on your way to Tawang, do halt at these waterfalls to have a good time with your loved ones. Stop here on your way to Tawang. The Nuranang river originates from the Sela pass and before meeting Tawang river it forms into this beautiful waterfall.

Pankang Teng Tso Lake: Pankang Teng Tso Lake is one of them immersed in splendour and beauty of Mother Nature.  Located 17 km away from the town area, the lake is also known as Ptso Lake. The calm water, silently moving clouds, earth with its wetness, chirping of birds and warmth is all that one gets while visiting Pankang Teng Tso Lake.  This lake was formed during an earth quake and lies in pine forest. Trunks of dead trees can be seen emerging from the blue waters of the lake. The lake remains frozen during the winter months and thus summers is the best time to visit it.

Bumla Pass: Bumla Pass is situated 37 kms away from Tawang. The Indo-China border that lies at 16000 ft altitude is the right place for you to assess your fitness level if you love adventure.  The ideal time to visit the place to enjoy its limitless beauty would be from May to October. Bumla Pass was the passage used by Dalai Lama to escape from Tibet and to enter India.

Jaswant Garh: Jaswant Garh, other important tourist destination of Tawang which is located at a distance of 21 Kms from Sela Pass is broadly recognized for a home of a warrior named as Jaswant Singh. He ‘wonder man’ does not exist now but his memories do. Jaswant Singh Rawat of the Indian army fought a lone battle against the invading Chinese troop during Indo-China war in 1962.           

Best time to visit Tawang

The best season to visit Tawang is the summers season and onset of monsoon season. The temperature remains comfortable and is apper for sightseeing.

Places to visit in Tejpur

Nameri National Park: Nameri National Park is a national park in the foothills of the eastern Himalayas in the Sonitpur District of Assam, India, about 35 km from Tezpur. The Pakhui (Pakke) Sanctuary of Arunachal Pradesh adjoins the Park on its North-Eastern point. Together they constitute an area of over 1000 km 2 of semi-evergreen, moist deciduous forests with cane and bamboo brakes and narrow strips of open grassland along rivers. Safaris are available and are the most popular way to create a trip full of excitement, into the national park. Also, along with the rich fauna of the place, the lush and evergreen flora too, tends to enchant the visitors. Facilities for activities such as water rafting, fishing, swimming are available though permission from the forest department is essential for fishing.

Agnigarh: Agnigarh is one of the most popular sightseeing destinations of Tezpur as well as a favourite picnic spot for tourists. The name Agnigarh suggests a fire fort. The place got this name as it used to be always covered with fire in order to avoid anyone from entering or exiting it, without permission. This lush hill was once the site of a fortress and is now a beautiful hill- garden with slanting lawns and a number of sculptures dotted all around

Bamuni Hills: Bamuni Hills is situated quite close to Tezpur, Assam.Surrounded by hills and sculptural ruins, Bamuni Hills is a must visit site for any archeological enthusiast. . According to Hindu mythology, Aniruddha, the nephew of Lord Krishna, had fallen in love with the daughter of Banasura, who disapproving of the match had imprisoned Aniruddha in this place. But it is generally believed that the temple was built during early Pala period. It is also assumed that this was a temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu, and it was a north Indian Nagara style temple.

Chitralekha Udyan: Chitralekha Udyan is one of the famous tourist destinations in Tezpur. IT was established in 1906 and later renovated in the year 1996. The scenic park is set in a stunning landscape with many hillocks and lakes adding beauty to the atmosphere. The important attractions of the park include two huge decorated stone pillars and sculptural ruins of Bamuni hills belonging to the 9th and 10th centuries.

Kalia Bhomora Setu: It is constructed on the banks of the River Brahmaputra and was named after Kalia Bhomora Phukan, the Ahom General.  The length of the bridge is 3015 m and is a linking point for Sonitpur district on the north with the Nagaon District on the south.

About Kaziranga National Park

Kaziranga National Park Assam

The Kaziranga is a vast expanse of tall elephant grass, marshland, and dense tropical moist broadleaf forests, crisscrossed by four major rivers, including the Brahmaputra, and the park includes numerous small bodies of water. Kaziranga has been the theme of several books, songs, and documentaries. The park celebrated its centennial in 2005 after its establishment in 1905 as a reserve forest.

Kaziranga National Park Animals

It is refuge for the world's largest population of great one-horned rhinoceros. Kaziranga has the highest density of tigers among protected areas in the world and was declared a Tiger Reserve. Large number of elephant, wild Asiatic water buffalo and swamp deer, Bengal Floricans, Pallas's Fish Eagle, Black-necked Storks and Asian Elephants, size dominates the vast grasslands.

Best time to visit Kaziranga wildlife sanctuary

The best season of Kaziranga National Park is between November and April. Wildlife photography and tiger, rhino’s photography during this time, we can expect unusual photography of tigers and rhinos as daylight causes animals to remain close to water sources and open grasslands. Idyllic weather will enable us to predict the animal location more accurately

One horn Rhino

The Great one horned rhino is commonly found in Nepal, Bhutan and in Assam, India. It is confined to the tall grasslands and forests in the foothills of the Himalayas. The Indian Rhinoceros can run at speeds of up to 25 mph (40 km/h) for short periods of time and is also an excellent swimmer.  An increase in rhino poaching in the northern region of Assam has been witnessed. There was a period, when poaching activities rose in the state affecting many wildlife species particularly one-horned rhinos. As a result, one of the major issues of concern for wildlife conservation authority of Kaziranga was to protect the animal and prevent the trade of prohibited wildlife.

Kaziranga national park safari

Park safari is one of the main attractions and activities for tourists. One can enjoy Elephant, Jeep Safaris, and trekking in Kaziranga to explore the treasure of wildlife.  Here you can enjoy your wildlife by performing various activities which is given below.

Elephant Safari: Elephant Safari starts from very early morning and continues for one or 1/2 hours, Elephant safari is the best way to explore the wide varieties of wildlife in the Kaziranga National Park, area covered by the Elephant Grass can be best viewed trip through elephant's back. This ride is very interesting activity that charms wildlife lovers from all over. Situated in the north eastern region of India called Assam, the rich bio diversity and dense woodlands of Kaziranga is the perfect wildlife destination.

Kaziranga elephant safari price is Rs. 50 for Indian and Rs.250 for foreigners

Jeep Safari:  Jeep Safari in Kaziranga National Park is permitted on designated tourist's path that is decided by the forest officials. Currently the areas covered in a Jeep Safari are as following: Mihimukh in Central Range at Kohora, Bagori in Western Range at Bagori. One can enjoy the main attractions of Kaziranga by Jeep, which is usually accompanied by a guide or escort. Jeep Safari is a wonderful ride through which one can explore tigers, one horned rhinoceros, wild buffaloes, elephants, herd of deer, Pythons, and many other mammals & birds as well.