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Kaziranga Jungle Safari Packages

Nestled between the majestic Himalayas and the serene Bay of Bengal, Northeast India is a remarkable corridor that connects the rich biodiversity of the Indian subcontinent with the lush landscapes of tropical Southeast Asia and the temperate northern Asian climes. This region stands as one of the world’s 34 biodiversity hotspots, boasting an exceptional heritage of non-human primate populations, totaling 15 species.

At Jungle Trail, we take immense pleasure in offering our exclusive Kaziranga Jungle Safari Packages, thoughtfully tailored for nature enthusiasts seeking to revel in the serenity of Indian wildlife sanctuaries. With utmost care and attention to detail, our Kaziranga National Park Tour Packages promise an unparalleled wildlife encounter set amidst awe-inspiring landscapes.

We recommend 2 or 3 nights package to explore the entire forest to have the best wildlife experiences. In case you wish to customise the tour, we urge you to fill the form on the page with your requirements to enable us to provide you with the optimized itinerary from our experts. 

There are 2 jungle safaris in a day, one starts early morning and the other in the afternoon. All our Kaziranga Jungle Safari Packages includes transfers from the nearest railway station or the airport, stay with all meals and jungle safaris as per the plan. 

Let’s take you through what you can experience ……..

Let’s Customise your Kaziranga Jungle Safari Packages !

About the Forest

In this enchanting land, Kaziranga stands tall as the realm of giants, revered for being home to India’s big four – the tiger, elephant, rhino, and wild buffalo. Some even consider the rare swamp deer as the fifth addition to this grand list. Kaziranga holds numerous accolades, boasting the highest density of tigers in India and garnering praise for its impeccable management and breathtaking scenery.

Among the many conservation success stories, the Indian one-horned rhinoceros shines as the jewel in Kaziranga’s crown. Once on the brink of extinction in the 1930s, with less than 20 individuals remaining, the relentless efforts of conservationists have led to a remarkable rebound. Now, over 1500 rhinos grace the park, alongside equally thriving populations of wild buffalo and elephants. Kaziranga also reigns as a sanctuary for the wild buffalo, exhibiting the longest spread of horns of any animal in the world.

Your Itinerary

Day 1

Reach Guwahati and Drive to resort. Check in and Post Lunch we go for the First Jungle Safari. Dinner and Overnight at the Resort

Day 2

Entire Day at Kaziranga. We have two Safari on this day. One in the Morning and Other in the Afternoon. Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Included

Day 3

This is our last day and we will have a 1 hour elephant ride in central park. Have a Lazy Morning and your Breakfast in the Resort. Check out by Noon.

Our Standard Jungle Trail packages are for 2 nights with 3 Jungle Safaris or 3 Nights with 5 Jungle Safaris.  For 3 Nights / 4 Days Package with 5 Safaris we shall have one more day and would be similar to Day 2. 

We can also customize the package according to your requirements.

Your Kaziranga Jungle Safari

We have some best Drivers and Guides to take care of your Forest Safaris at Kaziranga. We take care of everything right from booking the forest permits, safari vehicles, and expert guides and drivers to ensure the experience of a lifetime during your jungle safari. There are two jungle safaris in Kaziranga per day. One in the morning and the other in the afternoon approx for 3-4 hours . One Jeep Safari can accommodate a maximum of 6 People. There is a Forest Guide along with you for the Safari to give you the best safari experience.

Kaziranga Jungle Safari Timings

The jungle safari timings at Kaziranga National Park may vary depending on the season and the specific guidelines set by the park authorities. However, generally, the safari timings at Kaziranga National Park are as follows:

  1. Morning Safari:
  • Entry Gates Open: Around 6:00 AM to 6:30 AM
  • Safari Departure Time: Typically between 6:30 AM to 7:00 AM
  • Safari Duration: Approximately 3 to 4 hours
  1. Afternoon Safari:
  • Entry Gates Open: Around 2:30 PM to 3:00 PM
  • Safari Departure Time: Typically between 3:00 PM to 3:30 PM
  • Safari Duration: Approximately 3 to 4 hours
Kaziranga Safari Zones

Kaziranga National Park offers different safari zones for visitors to explore its diverse wildlife and enchanting landscapes. The park is divided into several zones to manage tourism and minimize disturbance to the wildlife. 

  • Central Range: The Central Range is the most popular and accessible safari zone in Kaziranga. It is located near the Kohora entrance and covers a significant portion of the park. This range is known for its high density of wildlife, including the iconic one-horned rhinoceros, elephants, wild buffalo, and various bird species.
  • Western Range: The Western Range is accessible from the Bagori entrance gate and is renowned for its diverse habitats, ranging from grasslands to woodlands. Visitors have a good chance of spotting tigers, elephants, and other wildlife species in this zone.
  • Eastern Range: The Eastern Range can be accessed from the Agaratoli entrance gate. It is characterized by wetlands and marshy areas, making it an excellent habitat for water birds and migratory species during the winter months.
  • Burapahar Range: The Burapahar Range is less visited by tourists and offers a more offbeat safari experience. It is located on the eastern side of the park and is known for its hilly terrain and lush forests.

Each safari zone in Kaziranga National Park holds its unique charm and surprises, promising an exhilarating wildlife adventure that brings you closer to the wonders of nature.

For More Details on Safari Gates (Safari Zones) refer to our Blog

Resorts at Kaziranga

All our Kaziranga safari packages are created and designed with minute details of the theme and with the goal of rich travel experience.  Our Tie-ups with good comfortable resorts at Kaziranga never leave room for any worry with respect to your accommodations. From Budget Resorts to Luxury Cottages and Tents, we can get you as per your requirements and budget.

Choosing the travel company that can deliver your dream trip is the most important decision you’ll make as you plan your trip.  We know there are many choices available but we’re confident that none will offer the combination of wildlife expertise, good lodging , exclusive activities  and overall value for money and we take your trust in deciding to travel with us.

Climate at Kaziranga National Park

Kaziranga National Park experiences a tropical climate typical of the northeastern region of India. The park’s climate is influenced by its proximity to the Himalayas and the Bay of Bengal, resulting in distinct seasonal variations. 

  • Winter (November to February): Winter is the most pleasant and popular season to visit Kaziranga National Park. During this time, the weather is relatively cool and dry, with temperatures ranging from around 5°C to 25°C (41°F to 77°F). The days are comfortable, making wildlife sightings more favorable, and the nights can be chilly.
  • Summer (March to May): Summer in Kaziranga is characterized by warmer temperatures and higher humidity levels. Daytime temperatures can reach up to 35°C (95°F) during the peak of summer, particularly in May. Early mornings and late afternoons are the best times for safaris as the weather is more bearable, and wildlife tends to be more active.
  • Monsoon (June to September): Kaziranga experiences heavy monsoon rainfall during this season, which rejuvenates the landscapes and fills the water bodies. The park is closed to tourists during the monsoon months due to safety concerns and flooding. The humidity is high during this time, and the region experiences lush greenery.
How to Reach Kaziranga

By Rail

The nearest railhead is Furkating, situated 75 kms. away from Kaziranga National Park.

By Air

The nearest airport is situated at Guwahati, which is 217 kms. away from the park. The other airport is located at Jorhat, 97 kms. from Kaziranga.

By Road

The main gate for Kaziranga Wildlife Sanctuary, at Kohora on the National Highway No. 37, consists of a handful of cafes and a small local market. ASTC and private buses stop here on their way to and from Guwahati, Tezpur and Upper Assam.


Apart from the keystone species, The Tiger, Tadoba Tiger Reserve is home to other mammals, including Indian leopard, sloth bears, gaur, nilgai, dhole, stripped hyena, small Indian civet, Jungle cats, sambar deer, barking deer, chital, chausingha and honey badger. Tadoba lake sustains the marsh crocodile. Reptiles here include the endangered Indian python and the common Indian monitor lizards. Terrapins, Indian star tortoise, Indian cobra and Russel’s viper also live in Tadoba.

The lake contains a wide variety of water birds, and raptors. 195 species of birds have been recorded. The grey-headed fish eagle, the crested serpent eagle, and the changeable hawk-eagle are some of the raptors seen in the park.

Other bird species found in the reserve include the orange-headed thrush, Indian pitta, crested treeswift, stone curlew, crested honey buzzard, paradise flycatcher, bronze-winged jacana, lesser golden backed woodpecker, various warblers, black-naped blue flycatcher and the Indian peafowl. The signature spider, giant wood spider and red wood spiders are often seen during the monsoon and soon after. Some hunting spiders like the wolf spiders, crab spiders and lynx spiders are also common.

A black panther was spotted in May 2018. As per the officials, it is a rare sight since black panthers normally live in evergreen forests and not in dry deciduous forests like Tadoba Tiger Reserve.

For more details on Tigers of Tadoba, refer to our Blog

If you are a Solo Traveler or If you wish to travel in a group along with like minded travelers, we do have fixed departure trails. Please click here to check out our Trail Calendar for the year.