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Kaziranga Tiger Reserve is an internationally famed wilderness, mainly known for the Indian one-horned rhinoceros. However, Kaziranga has large populations of many others endangered species, notably the tiger, Asiatic wild buffalo (largest population in the world), Asian elephant, swamp deer and many more. It is also a heaven for those who have interest in primates. However, it is equally rich in avian diversity with more than 490 bird species. Situated in the floodplains of the Brahmaputra River, it covers parts of three districts of central Assam. Panbari and Kukurakata Reserve Forests, small but important areas for many forest bird species, lie just outside the Park. The Kaziranga authorities administer these reserve forests.

Kaziranga is a world heritage site, a part of the Kaziranga-Karbi Anglong Elephant Reserve and is a proposed Ramsar site.

The Lodge

Diphlu River Lodge opened in January 2008, providing much-needed top-class accommodation at Kaziranga National Park, a World Heritage Site. The position of the lodge is second to none: only the boundary river separates its extensive grounds from the national park itself, and the jungle views are exceptional.

Activities

  • Jeep Safari with expert naturalist
  • The Elephant Safari
  • Nature and Birding Walk with expert naturalist
  • Visit to local tribal village.

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