Assam is the single best place to see the rich and diverse biodiversity of India. Assam is a major state of India known for its natural beauty and diverse history. Rich in diverse flora and fauna, Assam is one of the strangest places in the country. Assam is one of the least visited regions in the country which is full of forests, rivers, and tea plantations. But talk about the natural beauty here, then this place is no less than a paradise. If you are eager to experience the beauty of nature closely and to get immersed in the natural environment of nature, then once you must visit the national parks of Assam, whose information we are going to give you today.

Kaziranga National Park
One of the most diverse national parks in India, Kaziranga National Park is home to the one-horned rhinoceros. The forest land interspersed by four major rivers represents several regions with different characteristics and hence houses some of the rarest species of both flora and fauna. Is. Apart from rhinos, Asian elephants also find refuge in the grasslands of Kaziranga National Park. Other residents of the park are tiger, jackal, wild boar, barasingha (swamp deer), leopard cat, monitor lizard, and many more. Kaziranga is also known for its vibrant bird life. Birds including the fishing eagle, oriental honey buzzard, Himalayan griffon, and white-tailed eagle are easily seen in the area. Elephant safaris are the tipping point of the national park and boat safaris and jeep safaris are also available along with it.

Manas National Park
Situated on the northeastern part of Assam, Manas National Park shares its border with Bhutan and has a typical tropical monsoon-type climate throughout the year. Manas is home to twenty-five endangered species of the world. The park is now a recognized World Heritage Site due to its rare biodiversity, the wooded slopes of the Himalayas, and the ever-changing channels of the Manas River, which contribute greatly to the beauty of the place. There is no doubt that it holds a prime position in the list of national parks in Assam. Wild water buffalo, Assam roof turtle, golden langur, hispid hare, pygmy hog, and many more are present here. It has also been designated as an Important Bird Area with over 500 species of birds.

Dibru Saikhowa National Park
The wetlands in Assam's Tinsukia district include the Dibru Saikhowa National Park. Spread over an area of about 340 sq km, the national park is home to some rare fauna. Owing to the patches of wetlands that are dotted around the park, it witnesses over 500 species of birds, both migratory and local. Species like white-winged duck, marsh bubbler, and white-tailed vulture which are near to extinction seek refuge in this park. Wild animals like water buffalo, hoolock gibbon, tiger, and elephant are also easy to spot here. What attracts tourists to visit this national park is the common sighting of Gangetic River dolphins on boat safaris. Apart from wildlife safaris and bird-watching, what makes it one of the best national parks in Assam that attracts tourists from all over India is the unique opportunity to go on boat safaris and spot Gangetic River dolphins.

Nameri National Park
Nameri National Park is the perfect place to visit in Assam. The second tiger reserve in Assam, Nameri National Park is an important conservation area for Indian tigers, Asiatic elephants, leopards, clouded leopards, capped langur, etc. Nameri National Park was created as a protective habitat for the white-winged duck species and is now an Important Bird Area, where a variety of bird species can be seen, including four species of hornbills. More than 370 bird species are found in the national park. Apart from this, different types of flora, fauna, and avifauna can be seen here. Apart from wildlife trekking to spot the species, Nameri National Park offers its visitors a unique experience of trying river rafting on the Jia Bhoreli River. The Jia Bhoreli River along with its major tributaries flows through the territory of Nameri National Park. Deenai, Diji, Doigurung, Nameri, Dikorai, etc. Nameri National Park borders the state of Arunachal Pradesh to the north and shares its territory with Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary and has a total area of 200 km². The residents of Nameri National Park are from the local Assamese and Mishing tribal villages.

Orang National Park
Banking on the northern banks of the Brahmaputra River, the Orang National Park has a stronghold of the one-horned rhinoceros in the region. Being comparatively small, the park is spread over an area of about 78 sq km. The uniqueness of the park lies in the fact that it houses more than 50 species of fish and is also rich in fauna. Otters, hog deer, Indian civet, rhesus macaque, Bengal porcupine, Indian pangolin, and Indian fox take refuge here. Birds such as kingfishers, pintails, and woodpeckers are a common sight. Beautifully park the landform and water is a beautiful attraction.

Dehing-Patkai National Park
It is the only rainforest in India and the rainforest is spread over about 575 sq km. In Dibrugarh, Tinsukia, and Charaideo districts of Assam. The Dehing-Patkai National Park is a part of the elephant reserve, which has World War II cemeteries, as well as Stilwell Road and Asia's oldest refinery at Digboi and the 'open cast' coal mining center at Ledo. The rare fauna found in this area includes Chinese pangolin, flying fox, wild boar, sambar, barking deer, gaur, serow, and Malayan giant squirrel. It is the only sanctuary in India that is home to seven different species of wild cats, including the tiger, leopard, clouded leopard, panther cat, golden cat, jungle cat, and marble cat.

Raimona National Park
Raimona National Park is located in the Kokrajhar district of lower Assam under the Bodoland Territorial Council and has an area of 422 km². and shares the westernmost boundary with the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Manas National Park and Tiger Reserve. Raimona National Park is home to a wide variety of wildlife, including golden langur, Asian elephant, tiger, clouded leopard, Indian gaur, wild buffalo, spotted deer, and hornbill. More than 150 species of butterflies are found here. This national park of Assam is located in the Gossaigaon sub-division of Kokrajhar district. Raimona National Park was the Rupai Reserve Forest and this place was affected by insurgency-related activities in the late 1980s and 1990s declaring it as a national park would enable substantial conservation activities to be undertaken here as well.

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