Kaziranga National Park
We all must agree, Assam tourism is synonymous with the magnificent Kaziranga National Park. Situated on the banks of the Brahmaputra River, this national park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, visited by thousands of tourists throughout the year. Covering an enormous area of about 800 square kilometres, Kaziranga is a proud abode of two-thirds of the total population of greater one-horned rhinoceros. If that’s isn’t enough to excite you, there is also a high density of tigers, elephants and wild water buffaloes here. With a blanket of green vegetation, rocky landscapes, and dense forests, Kaziranga is a paradise for nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts. The best part? You can explore this wildlife sanctuary in Assam in a jeep or on the back of an elephant.
Best Time to Visit - The months between November and April are the best to plan a visit to Kaziranga National Park to witness its beauty in full glory. Also, remember it closes earlier for monsoons than other wildlife sanctuaries in Assam, so plan your visit accordingly.