Video about Kaziranga National Park | Kaziranga National Park Jeep Safari
Kaziranga NationalPark was formed in the year 1908. At present, the park is of 430 sqkm areas and is home to more than 2200 Indian one-horned rhinos which is approximately 2/3 of their world’s population. In the year 1985, the park was declared as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Due to its growing population of tiger, in the year 2006, the park was declared as a tiger reserve. The Park is now divided into five ranges. Burahpahar, eastern, western, central, and northern. The western range of Kaziranga National park is relatively small but is most densely populated with one-horned rhinos.