Kaziranga - Nameri
Kaziranga National park's 430 square kilometer area sprinkled with elephant-grass meadows, swampy lagoons, and dense forests is home to more than
Kaziranga National park's 430 square kilometer area sprinkled with elephant-grass meadows, swampy lagoons, and dense forests is home to more than 2200 Indian one-horned rhinoceros, approximately 2/3rd of their total world population. Formed in 1908 on the recommendation of Mary Curzon, the park is located in the edge of the Eastern Himalayan biodiversity. Along with the iconic Greater one-horned rhinoceros, the park is the breeding ground of elephants, wild water buffalo, and swamp deer. Over the time, the tiger population has also increased in Kaziranga and that's the reason why Kaziranga was declared as Tiger Reserve in 2006. Also, the park is recognized as an Important Bird Area by BirdLife International for the conservation of avifaunal species. Birds like lesser white-fronted goose, ferruginous duck, Baer's pochard duck and lesser adjutant, greater adjutant, black-necked stork, and Asian Openbil stork specially migrate from the Central Asia during the winter season. National Park is one of the most beautiful forests in Assam. The National Park is spread over 213 sq. km and located in the foothills of Himalayas. Nameri National Park was set up as a sanctuary in 1985 with an area of 137 sq. km. In 1998, another 75 sq. km were added to the total area. This is the third national Park and the second Tiger reserve of Assam. The park consists mostly of deciduous forests. The park is paradise for bird lovers with over 300 species of the feathered bipeds available in the forests.
Arrival at Guwahati and transfer to Nameri. Evening at leisure. Stay at Nameri.
Morning and evening nature trails for bird watching.
After breakfast transfer to Kaziranga. Evening safari at Kaziranga. Stay in Kaziranga
Early morning Elephant ride followed by morning and evening jee safaris. Stay at Kaziranga
Post breakfast checkout and transfer to Guwahati.
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