Kaziranga National Park is located 215 Km away from Guwahati, at Kohora.
This park on the banks of the Brahmaputra, occupying around 430 sq km
is a World Heritage Site. The Indian one-horned rhino is the main attraction
of this park. There is a rich variety of shallow water fowls, the egrets,
pond herons, river terns, fishing eagles, adjutant storks, black necked
storks etc. The best season is November mid to April. It is closed during
monsoon ( April to mid October). Trained elephants are available as mounts
for seeing the park. Jeeps and mini buses are also available. The
nearest railhead is Furkating at a distance of 75 km.