1.   UNESCO World Heritage Site:
  • In 1985, Kaziranga National Park earned the prestigious recognition of being declared a UNESCO World Heritage
2.   Important Bird Area:
  • BirdLife International acknowledges Kaziranga as an Important Bird Area due to its exceptional avian
3.   Tiger Reserve:
  • In 2006, the park was officially designated as a Tiger Reserve, demonstrating its commitment to preserving these magnificent big
4.   One-Horned Rhinoceros Sanctuary:
  • The sanctuary is renowned for its exceptional conservation efforts, hosting two- thirds of the world’s population of great one-horned

Flora in Kaziranga National Park comprises a diverse range of ecosystems, including:

  • Eastern wet alluvial grasslands
  • Semi-evergreen forests
  • Tropical moist deciduous forests
  • Dense  stands   of    towering   elephant   grass,   often     interspersed    with   small swamplands
  • Abundant growth of water lilies, water hyacinths, and lotus plants

The park’s rich fauna includes various species such as:

  • One-horned rhinoceros
  • Leopard
  • Fishing Cat
  • Other Lesser cats
  • Royal Bengal tiger
  • Large Indian Civet
  • Small Indian Civet

Furthermore, Kaziranga is a vital refuge for several critically endangered and endemic species, including:

–  Western hoolock gibbon, the sole species of apes found in India

– Bengal florican, a critically endangered bird species


Kaziranga National Park stands as a testament to India’s commitment to preserving its unique biodiversity and natural heritage.