Search for more iconic India wildlife in Kaziranga, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that is home Asian elephants, water buffalo, swamp deer, and the world's largest population of one-horned rhinos. Birds found here include lesser white-fronted goose, ferruginous duck, Baer’s pochard duck, lesser adjutant, greater adjutant, black-necked stork, and Asian openbill stork.
- Search for the increasingly rare Bengal tiger in Bandhavgarh National Park, formerly a maharajah’s private hunting preserve.
- Enjoy in-depth explorations of each park—traversing the forested ridges, thick bamboo, and shallow rivers; searching for wild boar, chital deer, and sambar; and keeping an eye out for the varied birdlife, such as the green bee-eater, white-bellied drongo, and plum-headed parakeet.
- Stay at lovely jungle lodges and a luxury tented camp, supremely situated in areas of great natural beauty.
- Join an optional extension to discover Kaziranga National Park; this UNESCO World Heritage Site is home to the world’s largest population of Asian one-horned rhino.
Kaziranga National Park
February 22 — February 26, 2020