Kaziranga National Park
DAY 1 - 1st March 2018- Guwahati – Kaziranga (5 hr Drive)
Take the early morning flight to Guwahati .
Afternoon, arrive at Guwahati airport, Lunch and transfer to Kaziranga National Park (250 kms / 05 hrs) by SUV.
Check in at the very hospitable United 21 - Grassland Resort and overnight stay.
DAY 2 - 2nd March 2018 – Jungle Safari at Kaziranga National Park
After an early wake up call, enjoy the wilderness of Kaziranga with a morning safari in the central zone.
After the ride, get back to the lodge for a sumptuous breakfast.
Post lunch, there will be another Jeep safari in the Western Range (Baguri) of the park.
Evening at leisure & campfire. Overnight at Kaziranga.
DAY 3 - 3rd March 2018 - Jungle Safari at Kaziranga National Park
Leave for an early morning safari.
Return to the resort for breakfast followed by leisure time.
Post lunch we leave for another jungle safari.
After returning to the resort we shall enjoy folk dance and cultural show performed by local artists.
Overnight stay at the resort.
DAY 4 - 4th March 2018 - Fly back home
An early morning elephant safari justifying our last visit to the wilderness of Kaziranga.
Departure to Guwahati post breakfast.
Fly back via the afternoon flight.
Resort details :
Landmark Woods Kaziranga - Visit Website
Trip Cost : 25,000/- + 5% GST
3 nights and 4 days stay in
Meals ( Day 1 Lunch to Day 4 Breakfast)
4 Jungle safaris with experts
1 elephant safari
Surface transfers Guwahati back to Guwahati
Jungle lore expertise
All taxes, permit charges, toll, parking etc.
Cost Excludes :
Any other services or meals which are not mentioned in the above "Includes" section.
Expense of personal nature such as mineral water, tips, laundry, telephones, beverages etc.
Air Fare/Rail Fare
It is all swamps and leeches and even elephants cannot go there", was the response of a British forest officer in 1930 to the famous naturalist E.P. Gee, author of Wildlife of India, who had requested permission to visit Kaziranga. Today, Kaziranga is a World Heritage Site and is probably one of the richest, most picturesque wildlife habitats of southern Asia.
An international Biosphere Reserve with the largest, unspoilt grassland of its kind still surviving in the Northeast of India, the park hosts two-thirds of the world’s Great One-horned rhinoceros. Besides great one horned Indian Rhino, the other major wild attractions include a large population of Indian Elephants, Indian Bison, Swamp Deer or Barasingha, Hog Deer, Sloth Bears, Tigers, Leopard & more than 300 species of birds.
A habitat with a vast expanse of tall elephant grass, marshland, and dense tropical moist broadleaf forests, crisscrossed by four major rivers, including the Brahmaputra offers ample photo perspectives.