Kaziranga National Park
When it is wildlife in Assam someone is talking about, the cue is primarily on Kaziranga National Park having proud association with Great One Horn Rhinoceros. Unlike other national parks in India that generally attract wildlife lovers through orange and black striped felines, Kaziranga comes into picture whenever mighty rhino is discussed in numbers though the boasting the highest density of tigers as well. If one wants to see two wonders of nature at a single place, it could only be this park.
The lands of Golaghat and Nagao districts were made in to this national park in 1974, renouncing its past that was associated with hunting. Due to being the home of the world’s highest population of the Rhino species, the park was declared a World Heritage Site in 1985 to facilitate the eco-balance needed for the thriving of the species.
Monsoons render the park inaccessible due to the flooding of the River Brahmaputra. Due to this, the park remains closed for the whole seasons from mid April to mid October. For rest of the months, visitors throng to get glimpse of this cradle of Nature, formed by semi-evergreen forests, Karbi
To learn about this wildlife reserve in details visit website- https://www.kaziranga-national-park.com/