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Choose A National Park to Visit

Tune in to the glorious chorus of wildlife!

One of the richest biodiversity in the world, Assam boasts of tropical rainforests, deciduous forests, riverine grasslands, orchards and numerous wetland ecosystems. It is currently home to several wildlife sanctuaries and national parks that are breeding grounds for some of the rarest global species. Here are five national parks that warrant a visit in Assam, so make sure you add them to your bucket list.

Kaziranga National Park: One of the most diverse national parks of India, Kaziranga National Park boasts of the one-horned rhinoceroses.  A World Heritage Site, the park is also home to the highest density of tigers among the protected areas in the world and in 2006 was declared a Tiger Reserve. Besides some incredible species of animals, the park is also a favourite among bird watchers. With birds like white-fronted goose, ferruginous duck, Baer’s pochard duck and Asian Openbill stork, that migrates here during the winters, don’t forget to carry some binoculars with you. If that is not enough for you, Kaziranga is also recognized as an Important Bird Area by BirdLife International for conservation of avifaunal species, so this one is sure to live up to all your birding expectations.

What also sets the park apart is the fact, that the vast expanse of tall elephant grass, marshland and dense moist broadleaf forests make this is one of the country’s most scenic parks in the country. Plus the presence of the Brahmaputra river truly make this  a park that must be visited not just by wildlife enthusiasts but travellers of all types.

Best time to visit: November to April, as it is the best time to spot animals

Safari timings: 8-10 AM (morning) and 2-4 PM (evening)

Safari gates/zones: There are 4 zones in the park and each area has distinguishing feature regarding grasslands, density of mammals and birds, land topography and terrains. Some predefined tourists circuits include Mihimukh centra range in Kohara, Bangori in Western Range at Bagori, Agartoli in Eastern range and Gharakati.

Manas National Park: Located on the foothills of the Himalayas, Manas National Park is an acclaimed World Heritage Site, that is currently home to some truly incredible flora and fauna. It has to its credit 25 species of animals that are considered endangered, including 450 species of birds, 50 species of reptiles, 55 species of mammals and a few species of amphibians. Some popular animal species that you can spot here include clouded leopards, tiger, black panthers, elephants, rhinoceros, Asian water buffaloes, golden langurs, sloth bear, hog deers, among others. Further, this is also a great place for bird-watchers as some of the birds that you can spot here includes the bengal florican, giant hornbills, jungle fowls, herons, bulbuls and fishing eagles to name just a few.

Manas National Park has been named after the Manas river, which is a tributary of the river Brahmaputra and passes through the core area of the national park as well. Earlier the park was called the Manas RF and Manas Bioreserve, until later it was called the Manas National Park.

The best time to visit this park is from October to April, when you can avail both jeep safari and elephant safari.             

Safari timings: 9-12 AM (morning) and 2-5 PM (evening)

Dibru Saikhowa National Park: One of the 19 biodiversity hotspots in the world and also a biosphere reserve, Dibru Saikhowa National Park is located at an altitude of 118 metres above sea level. It is popular among bird watchers as it witness over 500 species of birds, both migratory and local, mainly due to the presence of wetlands that are present in the park. Beside bird species like white-winged duck, marsh babbler and white rumped vulture, it is pretty easy to spot animals like wild water buffalo, gibbon, tigers and elephants in the park.

PS: Don’t forget to take a boat safari, because if you are lucky you might get a chane to spot some Gangetic River Dolphins as well.

Best time to visit: November to April, as it is the best time to spot both animals and migratory birds.

Other parks that you can visit include Chakrashila Wildlife Sanctuary . The Hoollongapar Gibbon Sanctuary, Bura-Chapori Wildlife Sanctuary, Bornadi Wildlife Sanctuary and Laokhowa Wildlife Sanctuary.

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