Kaziranga national park is an acclaimed wildlife forest for many reasons. It not only has the highest density of tigers among protected areas in the world but is also home to large breeding populations of the One-horned rhino, Asiatic elephants, wild water buffalo, and swamp deer. A UNESCO world heritage site, Kaziranga with an impressive population of birds, is considered to be a dream location for some exotic species like the Great Indian Hornbill. Compared to other protected areas in India, Kaziranga has achieved notable success in wildlife conservation and that’s why it must appear on your checklist while exploring the wild.
January to March is the best time to visit Kaziranga because the water level is apt for photography. A trip to Kaziranga can be clubbed with a visit to the Hoolock Gibbon Sanctuary to photograph the Hoolock gibbons.
Long lenses are good for photography in Kaziranga. 400 mm and beyond is ideal if you are shooting birds and mammals. A 70-200 mm and a wide angle is also recommended.
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