Kaziranga National Park
Due to its remote location, Kaziranga National Park is less visited than the wildlife destinations in central India, but it enjoys a beautiful setting on the banks of the mighty Brahmaputra River and has recently been declared a World Heritage Site. Kaziranga is famous for its healthy population of the Indian greater one-horned rhino (pictured), but also has wild buffalo, sambar, swamp deer, hog deer, wild pig and around 1,000 elephants. The birdlife is also prolific, especially water birds such as egrets, pond herons, river terns, black-necked stork, fishing eagles, pelicans and the rare Bengal florican. There are also otters and dolphins in the river. There will be morning and afternoon game drives each day.