Kaziranga National Park Tour Package – Asia's Last Place for One Horned Rhino - A UNESCO World Heritage Site Wildlife Sanctuary3 Nights 4 DaysPackage Code: HTPC000462
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Kaziranga National Park Tour Package – Asia's Last habitat for One
Horned Rhino - A UNESCO World Heritage Site Wildlife Sanctuary
Kaziranga National Park Tour Package: Overview
Kaziranga National Park is one of the famous tiger reserve or home of one horned rhino in Assam state. This most notable wildlife in sanctuary is being declared as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO the year 1985. Holiday Travel India designed wildlife package for tourist who loves to explore their holiday with natural habitats.
We start this package from Guwahati which is one of the most beautiful city in India and covers 3N/4D in Kaziranga National park with morning & evening jungle safaris. In this package we provide best tour guide with you to explore kaziranga National Park.
What is unique in Guwahati Kaziranga National Park Tour Package and why?
Holiday Travel is pleased to offer this unique package which offers trip to the most vibrant part of India in the North East. In this package we cover North Eastern states famous wildlife sanctuary.
The Kaziranga National Park in Assam is one of the most spectacular national parks. It is home to the unique one-horned rhinoceros and several other animals. We covered best place where nature could be seen in its most unadulterated form, here we provide chance to enjoy your wildlife holiday with Jeep safari, Elephant safari and local sightseeing of National Park.
World’s great one-horned rhinoceroses in Kaziranga National Park
Enjoy at UNESCO World Heritage Site Wildlife Sanctuary
Unique and diverse wildlife of Northeast
Stay in Wildlife Resorts
Seven species of Vulture found in Kaziranga National park
Oct-01 To Mar-31
Apr-01 To Sep-30
Dec-20 To Jan-05
3N/4D Standard Pacakge
Nature Hunt Eco Camp
|Rs 21500||Rs 22500||Rs 21000||Rs 27000|
3N/4D Deluxe Package
|Rs 23000||Rs 23850||Rs 22800||Rs 28620|
3N/4D Luxury Package
|Rs 29300||Rs 30000||Rs 28500||Rs 36000|
Guwahati Kaziranga National Park Tour Package: Inclusion
03 Nights stay on twin sharing basis at Kaziranga National Park
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
01 Day local sightseeing of Kazirnaga
02 Day explore Kaziranga by Jungle Safari
Private Ac vehicle for 04 days
2 Jeep Safari & 2 Elephant safari
Parking, Toll and Driver hault
Inclusive of all taxes
Guwahati Kaziranga National Park Tour Package: Exclusion
Any airfare, Busfare and railway fare
Other activity cost
Accommodation at Kaziranga National Park
Standard Hotel: Nature Hunt Eco Camp: TA Rank (3.5) - Certificate of Excellence
Deluxe Hotel: Landmark Woods:TA Rank (3.5) - Certificate of Excellence
Luxury Hotel: IORA-The Retreat: TA Rank (4.5) - Certificate of Excellence
After 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 checkin 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
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
After breakfast check out from resorts and proceed towards Guwahati. Upon arrival you will drop to airport or railway station for onwards journey. Tour gets end with lots of memory
Things to do in Kaziranga National Park
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.
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.
Trekking in Kaziranga National Park
Trekking in Kaziranga National Park in the tropical mixed forests of Panbari Reserve Forest under the Bokakhat Beat (5 km) and in the Kukurkata Reserve Forest under the Burapahar Range (10 km). Visitors who are more interested in bird watching and sightseeing at their own footstep, trekking in Panbari Reserve and Kukurkata Reserve Forests are the best options. One can explore a beautiful panoramic view of floodplain ecosystem from the peak of Kukurakata Hills in Kaziranga forest. Visitors who are more interested in bird watching and sightseeing at their own footstep, trekking in Panbari Reserve and Kukurkata Reserve Forests are the best options. One can explore a beautiful panoramic view of floodplain ecosystem from the peak of Kukurakata Hills in Kaziranga forest. Visitors who are more interested in bird watching and sightseeing at their own footstep, trekking in Panbari Reserve and Kukurkata Reserve Forests are the best options. One can explore a beautiful panoramic view of floodplain ecosystem from the peak of Kukurakata Hills in Kaziranga forest.
Zones in Kaziranga National Park
There are 4 Zones in Kaziranga National Park which includes Central Range or Kaziranga Range, Western Range or Bagori, Eastern Range or Agaratoli, Burapahar Range.
Central Range or Kaziranga Range: Central Range or Kaziranga Range is situated at a distance of 28 km Safari rides passes through the Dagland and Foliomari area. The designated safari routes for central range is (Mihimukh - Kathpora -Daphlang - Diffolu River Bank -Mona Beel - Karasing & back)
Western Range or Bagori: Western Range or Bagori is 28 km away , usually guests prefer to take safari in the western zone where they will have chance to get close view of the one-horned rhinos. The designated safari routes: (Ongabeel -Rouman - Rajapukhuri -Monabeel & back)
Eastern Range or Agaratoli: Maximum one hour time slot is allotted for one safari trip. This range is considered perfect for viewing water birds such as Bengal Florican, White-eyed Pochard and fish eagle. It is 22 km away the elephant safari routes is: (Agratoli Sohola beel - Rongamotia -Maklung - Turturoni - Dhoba & back)
Burapahar Range: The starting point of this last zone is near Rhinoland Park. Tourists can enjoy safari rides maximum for one hour in a shift. Approx 17 Kms path is dedicated and passes through the Horakati - Potahibeel - Diffalu - Tunikati and back with designated stop at Tunikati Tower
Before making entry to the park tourists are required to obtain tickets for the safari one day before from the Kohora range on payment of requisite fee.
Indians Tourist: Indian Tourist pay Rs. 450 entry fees in wildlife and Jeep or elephant safari charges became 4500
Foreigners Tourist: Foreigners where usually paid Rs. 550 entry fees and Jeep or elephant safari charges became 4500
Nearest Attraction to visit in Kaziranga National Park
Guwahati Planetarium is one of its kind centre of astronomical research in Assam and the entire North-Eastern region of India. The Guwahati Planetarium is unrivalled in Assam and rest of northeast India with its distinctive dome and sloping walls that sets it apart in the skyline of the area. The Planetarium also regularly organizes seminars, workshops and conferences for the astronomy fraternity, and exhibitions, quizzes and outdoor viewing facilities during eclipses for students and the local community.
Assam State Museum: The Assam State Museum is located in the southern end of Dighali Pukhuri tank which is in the heart of Guwahati city, Assam. The Museum was established by the Kamarupa Anusandhan Samiti (Assam Research Society) in 1940. The museums of Guwahati showcase best collections of elegant pieces of rare artifacts and relics dating back to the ancient times. The museums include the finest metal work of prehistoric era, items made from terracotta, tribal arts and manuscripts The collection includes some of the bygone era metal work, ivory paintings, folk art, copper plate inscriptions of 5th and 12 century, bamboo items, royal garments, coins and musical instruments. There is also a well stocked library in the museum that contains books and journals on various fields like the art, biography mythology and encyclopedic works
Guwahati: Guwahati is one of the fastest developing cities in India and is a major city in Eastern India, often referred as "Gateway of North Eastern Region" of the country. The city is between the banks of the Brahmaputra River and the foothills of the Shillong plateau. The ancient sakti temple of Goddess Kamakhya in Nilachal hill (an important seat of Tantric and Vajrayana Buddhism), the ancient and unique astrological temple Navagraha in Chitrachal Hill, and archaeological remains in Basista and other locations confirm city's ancient past.
Jorhat: Jorhat is an important tourist destination of Assam. Jorhat as "The last Capital of the Ahom Kingdom” has archeological values associated to Rajamaidam, the last burial mounds of the Ahom kings. Nestled in the tea gardens dotted around sprawling in and around the city, boosts of the Tocklai Research Association (TRA) is the oldest and the largest tea research station of its kind in the world.
Biggest tea garden in Assam
Dibrugarh is a city and is the headquarters of the Dibrugarh district in the state of Assam in India. Well known as the Tea City of India. Dibrugarh is considered the best tea in the world with Guwahati and Bhubaneswar. The best time to visit any of these is during May and June. You may also visit Jorhat in Novemeber when the tea festival takes place.
List of tiger reserves in India
Assam:Kaziranga, Manas, Nameri
Arunachal Pradesh: Namdapha, Pakhui,Nagarjunsagar-Srisailam
Chhattishgarh: Indravati, Guru Ghasidas
Karnataka: Bandipur, Nagarhole (extension), Bhadra, Dandeli-Anashi
Madhya Pradesh: Bandhavgarh, Bori-Satpura, Kanha, Panna, Pench, Ratapani
Maharashtra: Melghat, Pench, Tadoba Andhari, Sahayadri
Orissa: Simlipal, Sunabeda
Rajasthan: Ranthambhore, Darrah, Sariska
Tamil Nadu: Kalakad-Mundathurai
Uttar Pradesh: Dudhwa, Katerniaghat, Pilibhit
West bengal: Buxa, Sunderbans
Karnataka: Biligiriranga Hills, Kudremukha
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.
Animals in Kaziranga National Park
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.
Kaziranga safari timings
Elephant Safari Timing:
Morning session 5:30 PM to 6:30 PM OR 06:30 – 07:30
Evening Safari 03:00 PM to 04:00 PM
Jeep Safari Timing
Morning Session 07:00 AM – 09:30 AM
Evening Session 01:30 PM – 03:30 PM
Guwahati to Kaziranga taxi fare
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How to Reach Kaziranaga National Park
By Flight: If you want to reach by Flight then you have to reach Guwahati, then take a taxi or cab to reach Kaziranga national park which is 193 km away from Guwahati. Guwahati airport is connects with all major lines.
By Bus: Kohora is the main tourist hub for Kaziranga. Its on the National Highway 37 (NH 37) which is linked to Guwahati on the west and Jorhat on the east. From Guwahati, it can directly be reached by road (NH 37).
By Train: Furkating is considered as the nearest railhead which is well connected to the Guwahati. which is well connected to the rest of India. From Guwahati, one can, then, go by road to Kohora. There are also trains to Jorhat from Guwahati/ Dibrugarh. One can alight at Jorhat and drive by road to Kohora. The major other railway stations is a well-laid network of rails.
Best time to visit Kaziranga National Park
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.
History of kaziranga national park
A World Heritage site, the park hosts two-thirds of the world's great one-horned Rhinoceroses. Kaziranga also boasts the highest density of tigers among protected areas in the world and was declared a Tiger Reserve in 2006.
The park is home to large breeding populations of elephants, wild water buffalo and swamp deer. Kaziranga is also recognized as an important bird area by Birdlife International for conversation of avifaunal species. Compared to other protected areas in India, Kaziranga has achieved notable success in wildlife conservation. Located on the edge of the Eastern Himalayan biodiversity hotspot, the park combines high species diversity and visibility. Finally Kaziranga was declared as reserved forest on January 3rd1908 and was officially closed for shooting. In 1926 Kaziranga was declared a Forest Reserve and hunting was banned. In 1974 it was declared a National Park.
Kaziranga National Park Tiger
Tiger population density in Kaziranga National Park has been one of the highest in India. As tiger population in India as well as in the World has decreased in a alarming rate compelled the Government to take necessary measures. The range of tiger population in Kaziranga is between 91 and 115, it more must be added.
Kaziranga National Park Closing Dates
The Park is open daily from 1st November to 30th April i.e. for 6 (six) months, unless due to the rains in any exceptional year the park has to be closed earlier by the management for safety reasons.
Rhino in Kaziranga National Park
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.