Kaziranga National Park

Kaziranga National Park Blog

Home to the highest population of great one-horned rhinoceroses, and highest density of tigers among protected areas in the world; the world heritage site and what not, Kaziranga National Park is indeed a must visit on a trip to India. Standing tall along the flood plains of the Brahmaputra River and against the backdrop of Eastern Himalaya, Kaziranga often draws a comparison with Africa for its rich natural bounty and quality of wildlife viewing. An elephant or jeep safari is a must in the park but if that's not what your idea of a perfect vacation, make your way to riotously colorful food markets or go away with the aroma of tea. The region boasts of fascinating secrets that can't unveil in one go.So, If you want a close look at Kaziranga National Park and all what things this captivating jungle is famous for, have a look at some first-hand experiences, written by our travel experts. From food to itinerary to safari information, each and everything aspect of the holiday in Kaziranga is covered in this section.

Death Toll at Kaziranga National Park Touches 92, Due to Continuous Floods in Assam

Vigorous flooding in the north-eastern state of Assam has affected not only human lives but also led to fatalities in the Kaziranga National Park, of total 92 wild animals, including 7 rhinos; that comes under the list of wildlife species at ris...

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Floods in Assam Forced Wildlife to Escape Kaziranga And Hampered the Human Life In Assam

Rapid rains in Assam and the overflowing Brahmaputra river, flooded the state including major portions of Kaziranga, forcing wild as well as human life to flee for life. By now, statics have shown great loss of life and resources, which is painful. T...

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Drones Flown in Flood-Ravaged Kaziranga to Monitor Migrating Animals

In Assam, the flood situation turned worse with flood water inundating 20 out of 32 districts of the state, affecting over 12.55 lakh people spread across 2,053 villages under 67 revenue circles. Whereas, the death toll rose to 30 as per the report...

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Kaziranga Facing Challenges of Erosion, Siltation and Sparse Grasslands

Along with the still existing problem of rhino poaching, the limited availability of pasture land to nurture the ever expanding population of one-horned Indian rhinoceros, is now looming over Kaziranga National park. Since last 40 years till da...

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Poaching Continues in Assam, One Horned Rhino Killed in Orang National Park, Forest Minister seeks report

Source: http://bit.ly/2tLgboZ As per the latest report by the forest department officials, a carcass of the rhino found yesterday at Rajiv Gandhi Orang National Park in Darrang district. The poachers killed the one horned rhino and took away...

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Kaziranga Becomes 21 Tiger Richer in 3 years: Count Goes Up from 83 to 104

Known for its rich one-horned rhinoceros population, Kaziranga National Park in Assam is now making news for its increasing tiger count as well. The latest estimate suggests that the national park together with Burachapori (250 kms from the par...

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