Jeep Safari in Kaziranga

Jeep Safari in Kaziranga

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Kaziranga, Assam

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Experience a Wonderful Safari on Jeep


Sightseeing Wild Animals

About the Activity

LocationKaziranga National Park Park, Assam
No. of Zones4 Zones (Central, Western, Eastern, Ghorakati)
Activity Duration2 Hours - Approx
Timings07:30 AM, 09:30 AM, 01:30 PM, 02:35 PM
Age LimitNone
Jeep Capacity1 to 6 Person

About Kaziranga National Park:

  • Kaziranga National Park, located in the Indian state of Assam, is a UNESCO World Heritage site known for its incredible biodiversity. It spans approximately 430 square kilometres and is home to the highest population of one-horned rhinoceroses in the world.
  • Kaziranga Jeep Safari offers visitors a thrilling opportunity to explore this wildlife haven. It allows a maximum of six persons per jeep and operates on a non-sharing basis, providing an intimate and immersive experience.

About Kaziranga Jeep Safari:

  • Begin your thrilling Kaziranga National Park Jeep Safari adventure with excitement and anticipation, and don't forget to check the Kaziranga Jeep Safari Price.
  • Meet your experienced guide, who will not only lead your safari but also help you with Kaziranga Jeep Safari Booking, ensuring a seamless experience.
  • Climb aboard the comfortable safari jeep, eager to explore the rich wildlife of the park during your Kaziranga National Park Jeep Safari.
  • Venture into the dense forests, keeping an eye on your watch for the Jeep Safari Timings in Kaziranga to maximize wildlife sightings.
  • Witness the majestic one-horned rhinoceros up close, a highlight of your National Park Jeep Safari, and cherish this incredible moment.
  • Be awed by the sight of wild elephants in their natural habitat, a unique experience on your Kaziranga Jeep Safari.
  • Hold your breath as your jeep crosses paths with a magnificent tiger, a rare but exhilarating moment during your Jeep Safari in Kaziranga.
  • Marvel at the colourful birdlife amidst scenic landscapes while you adhere to the Kaziranga Jeep Safari Timings.
  • As you conclude your safari, take a moment to reflect on the incredible experiences, and cherishing memories of rhinos, tigers, and more. With this unforgettable adventure present in your heart.

Package Option

Jeep Safari - Kohora Zone

2 Hours

3999 per Jeep

Jeep Safari - Bagori Zone

2 Hours

3999 per Jeep

Jeep Safari - Agaratoli Zone

2 Hours

4599 per Jeep

Jeep Safari - Burapahar Zone

2 Hours

5399 per Jeep

2 Hours
  • Entry Charges to Safari
  • 4*4 Jeep Charges with Driver
  • All Road Tax
  • Pickup & Drop within 5 KM of Safari Gate
  • Inclusive of 6 People - One Jeep
  • 2 Hours Safari in Kohora Zone
  • Any Personal Expenses
  • Any Transportation Expenses


  • A child below 4 years is complimentary and above 4 years is treated as an adult.
  • The Safari duration is 2 hours.
  • The Central Zone in the Kaziranga National Park is one of the core areas of the park and the preferred zone for Jeep Ride.
  • The probability of seeing Tigers, One-Horned-Rhinos, Wild Buffalo and Swap Deer is high here.

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Know before you book

  • Plan and book your Kaziranga Jeep Safari well in advance, especially during peak tourist seasons, to secure your slot.
  • listen attentively to your knowledgeable guide. They provide valuable insights, ensure safety, and enhance your wildlife experience.
  • Stick to the designated safari zones allocated for your tour. Avoid venturing into restricted areas to protect both you and the wildlife.
  • It's crucial for your safety and the preservation of the park's ecosystem. Do not attempt to exit the vehicle during the safari.
  • Carry essentials like water, sunscreen, sunglasses, hats, and insect repellent to stay comfortable during the safari.
  • Adhere to the prescribed safari timings strictly. 
  • Remember, Kaziranga is a protected area. Avoid littering, making loud noises, or disrupting the natural habitat. Leave no trace behind.

Things to Carry

  • Identification Documents
  • Appropriate Clothing
  • Sun Protection
  • Water and Snacks
  • Binoculars
  • Camera

Frequently Asked Quetions

How many days are enough for Kaziranga?

2 to 3 days are typically enough for a satisfying visit to Kaziranga National Park.

Which Jeep Safari is best in Kaziranga?

The Central (Kohora) and Western (Bagori) ranges are often considered the best for Jeep Safaris in Kaziranga due to a higher probability of wildlife sightings, including rhinos, tigers, and elephants.

How many people are allowed in Jeep Safari in Kaziranga?

In Kaziranga Jeep Safaris, a maximum of 7 persons and a minimum of 1 person are allowed in one jeep. The safari is typically on a non-sharing basis, offering an intimate experience with the wildlife.

Can you see tigers in Kaziranga Jeep Safari?

Yes, it is possible to see tigers during a Kaziranga Jeep Safari, but tiger sightings are relatively rare and more unpredictable compared to sightings of one-horned rhinoceroses and other wildlife in the park. 

What is the right time to visit Kaziranga National Park?

The best time for visiting Kaziranga National Park is from the months of  November to April. During this period, the weather is pleasant, and the park is open to tourists. 

Is Kaziranga worth visiting?

Kaziranga National Park is absolutely worth visiting for nature enthusiasts and wildlife lovers. It is renowned for its incredible biodiversity, including the highest population of one-horned rhinoceroses in the world.

Which range is best to visit in Kaziranga?

The Kohora (Central) and Bagori (Western) ranges are often considered the best for wildlife sightings in Kaziranga due to their high probability of rhino, tiger, and elephant encounters.

Which zone is better in Kaziranga?

The western zone is considered the most preferred zone in Kaziranga by tourists and travellers for the elephant and Jeep Safari because this zone provides the opportunity to get a very close sight of the one-horned Rhino.

Why is Kaziranga closed in May?

Kaziranga National Park is closed to tourists during May due to the monsoon season. The heavy rains during this period can lead to flooding in the park, making it unsafe for visitors.

Can we stay inside Kaziranga?

Yes, you can stay inside Kaziranga National Park or in accommodations located in the vicinity of the park. There are several government and private resorts, lodges, and hotels that offer a range of options for visitors.