About Kaziranga National Park


Located in the Kaliabor and Bokakhat subdivisions of Nagaon and Golaghat districts in the state of Assam (India), Kaziranga National Park lies between latitude 2630 N to 2645 N and longitude 9308 E to 9336 E. It is around 40 kilometres long (approx. 25 miles) and 13 kilometres (approx. 8 miles) broad. Read More

Wildlife in Kaziranga

Amoderate climate combined with the availability of enough food resources supports the growth and survival of a unique and diverse wildlife in Kaziranga National Park. Apart from being a rich natural habitat for the great Indian One-horned Rhinos, Kaziranga Wildlife Sanctuary also has a sizable population of the Wild Buffalos and Indian Elephants. Read More

Flora in Kaziranga

The flora in Kaziranga National Park chiefly constitute of three major types: alluvial inundated grasslands comprising of tall thickets of elephant grass and short grasses, tropical wet evergreen forests and tropical semi-evergreen forests. But, the main characteristics of flora in Kaziranga are the dense and tall elephant grass. Read More

Topography of Kaziranga

The land is quite level all over the park, which is mainly covered by dense and tall elephant grass due to its flood-plain ecosystem .A few pockets of tropical semi-evergreen and deciduous forests also occur within the Park area. The grasslands along with scattered trees of Silk cotton (Bombax ceiba). Read More

History of Kaziranga National Park

Turned up in the Golaghat and Nagaon districts of the state of Assam, Kaziranga National Park dates back to the early 20th century, when an American lady 'Baroness Mary Victoria Leiter. Read More

How to Reach

Kaziranga National Park can be reached by air, road and railway. Read More