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Rhino at Kaziranga National Park KAZIRANGA NATIONAL PARK - Rhino Country
Kaziranga National Park covers area of 430 sq. kms of grass land and impenetrable vegetation comprising thorny rattan elephant grass and tall semi-deciduous forest. The park with the mighty Brahmaputra River flowing to its north is approachable either from Guwahati or Jorhat.

Kaziranga today possesses over 100 one horned Rhinoceros - the biggest concentration in the world. Although the biggest attraction appears to be the rhinoceros Unicorns, the National park is also the natural habitat of other mammals birds and ducks in addition to varieties of botanical species including some of the ethereal wild Orchids, found only in the North east region of India.

One can see easily the swamp deer barking deer, sambar, wild boar, wild buffalo and wild elephant. With luck one may spot the Tiger. One of the four apes in the world the white brow Gibbon found only in Assam has been seen by many visitors here.

To those interested in birds and ducks, Kaziranga offers over 200 species including the horn bill, the pelican, the adjutant stork, black necked stork and ducks like spotbil, whistling teal, cotton teal, red headed pochard and Mallard.

Getting to Kaziranga National Park
Access: The best way to reach Kaziranga jungle camp is from Guwahati which is connected with scheduled Indian Airlines flights from both Delhi and Calcutta. The campsite 225 kms East of Guwahati, the drive is approx five and half-hours by car.

Another way to reach Kaziranga national park is from Jorhat which is connected by Indian airlines flight only with Calcutta. Jorhat airport is 100 kms east of Kaziranga.

Season: The season at Kaziranga National park is from October to late April.

What to wear: Suggested colours brown, olive green as these colours blend perfectly with the environment and are least disturbing to animals.

Activities at the camp : includes wildlife viewing on elephant back; by jeep land rovers and by canoes, jungle treks, bird watching excursion, visit to local village and market, visit to nearby tea garden; tribal dance; camp fire.