In the heart of Assam Kaziranga National Park is famous for pristine beauty of wilderness undisturbed by humans in the eastern parts of India. It has the highest population of one horned rhinoceroses. The park has bison, tigers, bears, panthers and elephants along with different species of birds. The wilderness is situated on the flood plains of River Brahmaputra with characteristic tall wild grasslands and tropical forest area. This place houses more than 15 different endangered species and has been declared by UNESCO as a World Heritage site in 1985. It is also an important bird sanctuary area as per Birdlife International.
The closest airports to Assam Kaziranga National Park are at Tezpur (Salonibari airport) 41.3 km and Dimapur airport 53km from the Park. The wilderness is unapproachable by humans due to heavy rainfall year round. The equipments needed to visit the wilderness are cameras, binoculars and clothes suitable to the local weather. Visitors should not miss the beautiful sunrise and sunset at the park area. Visitors can enjoy the raw beauty of the wild, an elephant ride or a jeep tour in the park. Staying in one of the local accommodations near the park area is advisable. There are Eco friendly campsites, lodges, plantation bungalows and resorts to entertain guests.