10 Parks and Reserves in Assam

10 Parks and Reserves in Assam

10 Parks and Reserves in Assam

Assam is known for its huge contribution to India’s wildlife conservation projects. The crowning glory of wildlife conservation in Assam is Kaziranga National Park and Manas National Park, two UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Beautiful parks in Assam:

Here is a list of parks in Assam that cater to all kinds of wildlife.

Chakrasira Wildlife Sanctuary:

Covering approximately 46 square kilometers, this wildlife sanctuary is located in the Kokrajhar and Dhubri districts of Assam and is home to many unique flora and fauna. Notably, this reserve is the second best protected home for the endangered golden langur.

see more: Bihar National Park

Hoollongapar Gibbon Sanctuary:

Surrounded by tea plantations and long grasslands, this wildlife sanctuary in Assam is known for its rich biodiversity.This sanctuary is home to India’s only gibbons

  • white-headed gibbon
  • Bengal slow loris

Kaziranga National Park:

On the banks of the sacred Brahmaputra, covering an area of ​​more than 800 square kilometers, lies the largest protected area in Assam.the park is surrounded

• dry deciduous forests,
• Rocky landscape and
• Tall bushes

The highlight of this reserve is that it is the only natural habitat for the endangered Great Indian One-horned Rhino. There are safari tours where you can visit the entire expanse in a jeep and experience these amazing creatures up front. The lush green areas are ideal for bird watching, which migrate during the winter.

see more: Bihar Wildlife Sanctuary

Dibru-Saikhowa Wildlife Sanctuary:

The reserve is also known for its wild wild horses and some of the rarest birds on the verge of extinction. The picturesque setting ensures a breathtaking sight of migratory birds in winter. This is a major tourist attraction.

Manas National Park:

Sandwiched between the jungle-covered Himalayan foothills and the Manas River, is one of the country’s nine most sought-after tiger sanctuary projects dedicated to protecting the endangered Royal Bengal tiger.

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Bernardi Wildlife Sanctuary:

This reserve has some of the rarest endangered wildlife species such as

• pygmy pigs,
• Golden langur,
• Clouded Leopard,
• White-winged wood duck,
• Tiger,
• Hare,
• Swamp deer, etc.

It is an important part of protecting primate diversity. With the Himalayas on one side and the Bhutan border on the other, this is a feast for tired souls and excited photographers alike.

East Calbianlon Wildlife Sanctuary:

A breathtaking forest lake surrounds the nearly 228 square kilometer reserve and is home to a wide variety of fascinating flora, fauna and exotic animals. The reserve is used to protect a wide variety of resident and migratory birds.

Deepor Beel Bird Sanctuary:

The peaceful atmosphere and the melodious chirping of migratory birds are the perfect recipe for a quiet vacation in the embrace of nature. Located in Guwahati, it is the natural habitat of many colorful feathered angels.The reserve has recorded 120 species, some of which are

• fishing eagle,
• Vice Stork and
• Different kinds of ducks

Bordoibam Bilmukh Bird Sanctuary:

It’s a close sanctuary dotted with forested lakes and sparkling bodies of water, shared by Assam’s Larkspur and Demagi regions. With a lush green backdrop and rich vegetation, this is a delightful experience for every nature lover.

Nambo Wildlife Sanctuary:

Nambor Wildlife Sanctuary is a happy haven for elephants and our national animal, the Royal Bengal Tiger.

If the sanctuary is too busy, try Guwahati Zoo for a selection of the best animals that live in the area. If nature doesn’t whet your appetite, choose Guwahati’s Accoland Water Park, where the whole family can enjoy the thrill of water sports.

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