Orang National Park
Morning & afternoon jungle safari to the national park for wildlife viewing. Overnight stay at resort.
The Orang National Park, located on the north bank of the Brahmaputra River in the Darrang and Sonitpur districts of Assam, India, covers an area of 78.81 square km. It was established as a sanctuary in 1985 and declared a National Park on 13 April 1999. It is also known as the mini Kaziranga National Park since the two parks have a similar landscape made up of marshes, streams and grasslands and are inhabited by the Great Indian One-Horned Rhinoceros.
Orang park contains significant breeding populations of several mammalian species. Apart from the Great Indian One-Horned Rhinoceros, which is the dominant species of the national park, the other key species sharing the habitat are the Royal Bengal Tiger, Asiatic elephant, Pygmy Hog, hog deer and wild boar.
Some important species are found in Orang are Pygmy Hog, the Blind Gangetic Dolphin, Indian Pangolin, Hog Deer, Rhesus Macaque, Bengal Porcupine, Indian Fox, Small Indian Civet, Otter, Leopard cat, Fishing cat, Jungle Cat and Royal Bengal Tiger.