Review | Wildlife Tourism at Kaziranga National park
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Kaziranga National park Reviews – Wildlife Tourism in Assam

08 Jul Kaziranga National park Reviews – Wildlife Tourism in Assam

National park in Assam

Kaziranga national park is located in the flood-hills of the Brahmaputra in Assam. In 1950, P.D Stracey renamed Kaziranga Game Sanctuary as Kaziranga Wildlife Sanctuary, he is a forest conservationist.

Kaziranga is a world heritage site, this park has two-thirds of the world’s rhinoceros. This national park also hosts the highest density of tigers among the reserve areas in the world and was declared a Tiger Reserve in 2006 by the Indian government. Tigers sighting are difficult because of the tall grasses that provide excellent mask, their presence can be felt everywhere by way of pug marks, kills and territorial markings its urine. Kaziranga is home to large breeding populations of wild water buffalo, tigers, elephants and





Administration in Kaziranga-

The administration and management of this national park are managed by the wildlife wing of the forest department of the government of Assam, headquartered at Bokakhat. The director is the administrative head of the park. He is assisted by the two officers; the park area is divided into five ranges.
An adventures way to exploring Kaziranga national park is on Elephant-back as these gentle creatures tread through the tall grasslands or you can use jeep safari to travel here. It is the best way to cover all the reason in short period of time.



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