Kaziranga national park safariIn 1904, then viceroy of British India visited Kaziranga to have a glance of magnificent one horn rhinos and the scarcity of the latter brought his wife Victoria to convince her husband for the establishment of Kaziranga National Park. The park was inaugurated by Queen Victoria in 1905. Today, this site is declared a world heritage site by UNESCO and rightly so.
Kaziranga is blessed with a very fertile soil that enables growing elephant grass, which automatically attracts species like the elephants, rhinos and swamp deer. Though 70% population of the park is of the great one horn rhinos but one can witness various forms of fauna and flora around. The park offers elephant ride in the morning, making your visit to the jungle worth a while. Later, you can go for a jeep safari to witness the beautiful rhinos sleeping, eating, roaming or taking a marshy bath. Rhinoceroses have a peculiar habit of defecating only at a specific spot making heaps of dung in that area. It is one of the major reasons for their easy poaching for their magical horns that have exemplary medicinal qualities. The beautiful creatures are very aggressive and protective in nature so make sure you don’t go too near to click a picture. The park is delight for all those who have a special liking for wilderness and wildlife. Make your trip to Kaziranga National Park with our Kaziranga Forest Tour