Kaziranga National Park is spread over several districts of Assam. This national park is the oldest of Assam, spread over an area of ​​430 square kilometers. The one horned rhinoceros is in this park. Kaziranga National Park of this wildlife is famous all over the world. In the year 1985, UNESCO included Kaziranga National Park in the list of World Heritage Site. For this, a large number of tourists from India and abroad come to Kaziranga National Park to visit. If you too are planning to visit Kaziranga National Park, then you must know these important things. Let’s know-

Kaziranga National Park was established as a reserve forest in the year 1905. After this, in the year 1974, this forest was declared as a National Park. At the same time, in the year 1985, UNESCO included Kaziranga National Park in the list of World Heritage. After this, in the year 2007, Kaziranga National Park was declared a Tiger Reserve.

Kaziranga National Park is also called Big Five. Bengal tiger, one horned rhinoceros, wildebeest and wild buffalo live in this national park. For this this park is also called Big Five.

Kaziranga National Park is home to 478 species of birds. Of these, 25 species are globally extinct. At the same time, 21 species are very close to the brink of extinction. Whereas, Kaziranga is the last home for the endangered Bengal Florican.

You can enjoy jeep and elephant safari in Kaziranga. This park is divided into four zones. You can see wildlife and beautiful birds by taking a jungle safari.

The nearest airports to Kaziranga National Park are Guwahati, Jorhat and Dibrugarh. Kaziranga is just 37 kilometers away from Jorhat. The distance from Guwahati to Kaziranga is about 200 kms. Whereas, it is 251 km away from Dibrugarh. The nearest railway station from Kaziranga is Guwahati. You can reach Kaziranga as per your convenience.