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Kaziranga National Park

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Kaziranga is one of the most famous national parks in Assam. Spread over 858 square kilometres and located in the floodplains of the beautiful river Brahmaputra, the park is home to five huge mammals of India, Eastern Swamp Deer, Great Indian one-horned Rhinoceros, Asiatic Wild Buffalo, Royal Bengal Tiger, and Asiatic Elephant.

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Description

Kaziranga is one of the most famous national parks in Assam. Spread over 858 square kilometres and located in the floodplains of the beautiful river Brahmaputra, the park is home to five huge mammals of India, Eastern Swamp Deer, Great Indian one-horned Rhinoceros, Asiatic Wild Buffalo, Royal Bengal Tiger, and Asiatic Elephant. Kaziranga also houses a significant population of several rare and endangered species. The park was conferred upon with World Heritage Status in 1985.

The beautiful place is visited by many thousands of tourists from all over the world. Kaziranga is a paradise for wildlife enthusiasts. Originally established as a reserve forest in 1908, Kaziranga was declared a sanctuary in 1916 to counter extensive poaching of the rhinoceros. In 1974, the Indian Government demarcated the present area as a national park. Then, in 2007, it was declared a tiger reserve under the Central Government’s Project Tiger scheme.

The park is categorized into 5 different ranges:
• Central Part – It is the point of entry at Kohora
• Western Part – It is the point of entry at Bagori
• Eastern Part – It is the point of entry at Agratoli
• Western Part – It is the point of entry at Ghorakati
• Northern Part

The best way to explore national park is on elephant back. This way, one can enjoy the beautiful sight of these gentle creatures. Visitors to this place love to enjoy the amazing sight of buffaloes and deer.

Relevant Information:

Kaziranga National Park has been recognized as the world heritage site. It is a soul arresting site that awakens and excites senses of every visitor. It is widely acclaimed for housing two-thirds of Great One-horned rhinoceros of the world. The place boasts highest numbers of tigers among all of the world’s protected areas. This is also the reason that in 2006, the national park was acknowledged as a Tiger Reserve.
Although tiger sighting is a difficult task owing to tall lush grasses, the presence of this wonderful animal can be felt here through pug marks and territorial markings. The park housing a large population of elephants, swamp deer, and wild water buffalo.
Wildlife in Kaziranga:

The park habitats the Asiatic Elephant, the Great Indian One Horned Rhinoceros, the Asiatic Wild Buffalo, and the Royal Bengal Tiger. Apart from being the official home to rhinoceros, Kaziranga also provides excellent birding opportunities. It is one of the best birding destinations across the world. It invites several migratory birds in winter. This national park is blessed with 478 species of birds.

Flora at Kaziranga:

The Kaziranga National Park is home to three main types of vegetation:

• Tropical wet evergreen forests
• Alluvial inundated grasslands
• Tropical semi-evergreen forests

The place is home to the largest floodplain grassland (one of its kind). Forbs and trees like Emblica officinalis, Bombax ceiba, Careya arborea, and Dillenia indica. The place is widely known for a variety of shrubs such Duabanga grandiflora, Crateva unilocularis, Grewia serrulata, Bridelia retusa, etc. The silk cotton tree here turns red in summer. The park is also home to a number of swamps, rivers, and water bodies.

Climate at Kaziranga:

Kaziranga National Park enjoys three distinctive seasons, namely; summer, winter, and monsoon. Summers are usually dry and windy. The season starts from mid-February and continues through the month of May. The mean maximum and minimum temperatures during summers are 37 degree Celsius and 7 degree Celsius respectively. The monsoon season starts from May and ends in September. The environment is very humid and warm during this season. The place experiences around 222 mm falls in the monsoon. The month of November marks the advent of winters which extends until mid-February. The environment becomes mild and dry during this season.

Best Time to Visit Kaziranga:

The best time to visit Kaziranga National Park is November to April. The park remains closed from June to September.

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Terms

  • Participants who have a medical history of blood pressure, heart-related problems or asthma are advised to seek medical advice before enrolling for this Tour.
  • Fitness to complete the Tour is the only criterion for participation.
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Inclusions

This expeditions trips packages covers the following:

  • Twin-sharing accommodation in comfortable, air-conditioned / air-cooled / non-air-conditioned rooms or tents depending on the destinations trips.
  • All veg meals included in the packages, breakfast, lunch, dinner and hot beverages (coffee and tea)
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Booking Terms

  • 25% to book the trips before 60 days of the trips.
  • Balance 75% need to pay before 30 days of the trip, failing to pay the balance within stipulated time booking will get automatically cancelled and no refund will be executed at any cost. The deposited amount will be adjusted against safari booking, hotel/resorts booking charges and other misc expenses for the expedition trips.

Cancellation Fees

  • 25% on or before 15 days of the trips if the fees paid fully in advance.
  • 50% on or before 30 days of the trips if paid fully at the time of booking.
  • 100% before 60 days of the trip.

Cancellation Procedures:

Please send us an email at supports@mantisphotoexpeditions.in referring the details of booking id, date of booking, mode of payments. After verification the refund will be initiated within 7 business days through NEFT transfer or will send you the cheque through a registered post. In case of NEFT transfer the credit would reflect in your account within as per the banks rules.

Faqs

Q1: How to photograph animals in Kaziranga National Park?

It is the best place to see and photograph the one horned Indian Rhino as it has over with more than 1500 of these animals inside the park. This is also the best place to encounter with a huge number of beautiful birds. Photographing these will be great fun under the guidance of a professional photographer.

Q2: What benefits I get if I take travel plans from your organization?

We hold expertise in adventure photography trips. With us, you can enjoy the most memorable trips to the national park and click the best of pictures of nature.

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