Kaziranga is a truly magical place that is teeming with wildlife. It also has the distinction of being the sole domain of the Asiatic One-horned rhino. Bordered by the Karbi Anglong hills to the south, and the mighty Brahmaputra River to the north, Kaziranga is a UNESCO World Heritage site. It’s location and geography are conducive to fog, which only adds to the park’s mystique.
It is a very small park at only 25 miles long and 8 miles wide, but it has an incredible amount of animals living in its borders. Its terrain is mostly flat with both densely wooded areas and open areas. Water is plentiful in Kaziranga.