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Wildlife Destinations

Kaziranga National Park

Wildlife of North East is a mixture of a variety of landscapes, plants, birds and animals. The suitable climatic conditions, geographical location and vast forest reserves have made the region a favorable destination for birds, animals and natural vegetation.

Famous Wildlife destinations are:

Kaziranga National Park
It is the oldest park in Assam. A world heritage site, the park hosts two-thirds of the world’s Great One-horned rhinoceros. Kaziranga also boasts the highest density of tigers. The wildlife here include wild elephants, tiger, buffaloes, Gaur, monkeys, deers, otters, badgers, leopards, and wild boar. The Birdlife is also impressive. Jeep and Elephant safari are the best way to explore the park. While you are in Kaziranga you might as well see the coffee and rubber plantations that grow along the Karbi Anglong. You can also visit the tea gardens of Assam. Kaziranga's visiting season is from Mid November to early April.


Manas  National Park

Manas National Park
Apart from being a National Park, it is also a wildlife sanctuary, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, a Tiger reserve and a Biosphere reserve. The park got its name from the Manas River which flows through the western part of the park. Manas is famous for being the home to tigers, rhinoceros and elephant population. The national park is also home to red panda, golden langur and other 90 stunning species of fauna that include 55 varieties of mammals. Manas National Park is the second biggest tiger reserve in the country.

Nameri National Park
Nameri National Park is the last home to the White winged wood duck, the most endangered duck specie in India. The national park is also home to a substantial population of elephants. Some of the other animals that can be seen here are leopards, bisons, wild boars, black bears, giant squirrels, capped langurs and sloth bears. Some of the most popular activities in the park include white water rafting and fishing. Best time to visit is November to March.


Nameri National Park

Gibbon Wildlife Sanctuary
Earlier it was a reserve forest known as Holongapar forest. It was renamed as Gibbon while declaring it as a sanctuary due to ideal habitat for Hoolok Gibbon. It houses 7 species of Apes in India. Surrounded by tea gardens and long stretches of grasslands this wildlife sanctuary in Assam is reputed throughout the country for its rich biodiversity.



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