Kaziranga National Park
Kaziranga National Park lies mostly in Golaghat District and somewhat in Nagaon District of Assam. It is the most established park in assam covers a range of 430 Sq kms along the stream Brahmaputra on the North and the Karbi Anglong slopes on the South. The National Highway 37 goes through the recreation center range and tea bequests, fixed by table-top tea shrubs. One can even see the rhinos and wild elephants straying close to the highway. The Kaziranga National Park a world heritage site is renowned for the Great Indian one horned rhinoceros, the scene of Kaziranga is of sheer backwoods, tall elephant grass, tough reeds, swamps and shallow pools. It has been pronounced as National Park in 1974. The Kaziranga National Park is one of the last regions in eastern India undisturbed by a human vicinity. It is possessed by the world's biggest populace of one-horned rhinoceroses, and in addition numerous well evolved creatures, including tigers, elephants, jaguars and bears, and a huge amout of flying creatures.
Manas National Park
Manas National ParkA treasure trove of a wide variety of flora and fauna, the Manas National Park is a must-visit if you happen to be in Northeast. Situated in Assam, the nearest airport is the Guwahati airport. A perfect place to appease the outdoorsy person in you, there is ample scope for the visitor to enjoy a jungle safari with a chance to stumble upon some of the most majestic animals of the jungle. If you are lucky enough, a tiger is just a leap away from you. Whoa! Do not worry; you will be in safe hands with a guided tour through the jungle. Click as many pictures, close ups or a selfie with the one-horned rhino in the backdrop, you will hardly find a dull moment during your stay in Manas National Park.Things to doFar from the madding crowd of a metropolis, places like these are great to unwind and be in unison with nature. Whether it is the breathtaking views of the mountains or the piercing silence of the jungle, the trip to the Manas National Park is definite going to be etched in your mind.Take a jungle safari and relish your encounter with the Golden Langur, Bengal Floricans and wild elephants or if you are lucky enough, a tiger could just be glaring at you from the distance. This national park is also home to quite a few endangered species of flora and fauna.Capture the majestic sight of the one-horned rhino which could be found here, though sparsely.Sightseeing in areas surrounding the national park should also be on the cards. You will be enamored by the breathtaking beauty of the region.Where to stay in Manas National ParkThe national park is 176 km away from Guwahati, the capital city of the state. However, you can also stay overnight in hotels in the vicinity. Check in to the Florican Cottages and enjoy their hospitality. Gorge on local cuisine if you wish to stay at Musa Jungle Retreat in Manas. Usually the locals are friendly and mind their own business.How to reach:The nearest airport is the Guwahati airport. Trains from various part of India go to Guwahati and the city is well connected to the rest of the country.You can take a conducted tour managed by the Assam Tourism Department. Regular buses run from Guwahati to Manas National Park.
Namdapha National Park
Namdapha National ParkNot only the third largest national park in the country, but also the leading protected area in the biodiversity hotspot in the Eastern Himalayas, this park in Arunachal Pradesh is home to all the four big cats - Leopard, Tiger, Snow Leopard and Clouded Leopard. It is extraordinarily rich in its biodiversity ranging from tropical moist forests to Alpine meadows which provide a home to its numerous fauna and avifauna species.
Orang National Park
Orang National Park is the smallest when comes in terms of total spread of the park which is only 78sq. km but when it comes to wildlife population, Rhinos are found in abundance. Orang National Park is located in the north bank of the Brahmaputra River in Darrang and Sonitpur districts of Assam. The river is also famous for rare river Dolphins. This park is rich in flora and fauna some of which are the one-horned Rhinoceros, Leopard, Elephant, Sambar, Barking Deer, Tiger, etc. You can also spot migratory birds like milky white pelicans. This park is the breeding ground for various kinds of fishes.You can aslo spot large number of birds like Opened Billed and Adjutant storks, spotted owlets, etc so don’t forget to carry your binoculars. If you are staying in Tezpur than you can visit Orang and Nameri both the National parks as communication will be quite easier from there. Belsiri River and Dhansiri River lies on the border that joins the Brahmaputra River. The scenic beauty of the river and the forest will altogether cast a spell on your soul.
Dibru Saikhowa National Park
A river island which is now a National Park, Dibru-Saikhowa is one of the 19 biodiversity hotspots in the world. It is located 12 km North of Tinsukia which is another fastest developing city in upper Assam. The wildlife is quite diverse here. It is home to White-winged Wood Duck, Bengal Florican, Lesser Adjutant Stork, spotted-billed Pelican, White-bellied Heron, Swamp Partridge, Jerdon's Babbler, Black-breasted Parrotbill, Striated Grassbird, etc. you can also spot the royal Bengal Tiger if you are lucky enough and also leopards. It’s a bird’s lover paradise, especially during the winter season lots of migratory birds visit the park. The Kekjori trees which is famous for its vast spreading branches is another major attraction. You can also spot wild horses known as "Feral Horses" in the Saikhowa part of the Park known as Churkey Sapori. These are untamed horses and can be seen roaming in herds.