A greyish-black coloured primordial beast roams across the vast flood plains of Kaziranga. Travellers from all over the world visit this beautiful land to catch a glimpse of this majestic animal-the Great Indian One-Horned Rhino.
Lush wooded groves and huge swampy grasslands weave together an awe-inspiring landscape where these giants wander freely. Kaziranga is the only place in the world where the 3 giants- the Elephant, the Water-Buffalo and the One-Horned Rhino are found together in the wild. And believe it or not, Kaziranga has more tigers per sq.km than any other reserve in the world! Kaziranga throws up some superlative birding opportunities for the enthusiasts, with some participants reporting bird counts of over 250 species in under 3 days!
Nameri National Park
Nestled at the foothills of the eastern Himalayas is this land of dense green forests, criss-crossed with patches of bamboo and open grasslands. The Jia-Bhoroli river and her tributaries run through the greenery, creating a haven for a myriad of wild creatures. Housing over 300 bird species, Nameri is indeed a paradise for bird watchers! The rich forests with a symphony of bird calls in the background, this is just the place for nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts!