|Rajiv Gandhi Orang National Park|
About Organ National Park - The Orang National Park is located at bank of Brahmaputra River, Assam covers 78.81 square kilometers (30.43 sq mi). At 1985 it is declare as national park. Orang National Park also know as mini Kaziranga National Park because of its simmilar landscape. Best time to visit this wildlife reserve is between the months of November and April, but many people consider February and March as an ideal time for its tour. Visitors can choose the national park timing of their choice which would be either in early mornings or early evenings. Its Rhinos are quite popular among the tourists, but they can also witness different types of wild animals and birds while touring the park. Animals that are part of Orang wildlife include elephants, tigers, barking deer and leopard. Bird lovers can find plenty of resident and migratory birds in this national park including Rudy Shelduck and Mallard. Tourists would also find an inspection bungalow overlooking a swampy grassland very useful in sighting wild animals of this area.
|Buffalo at Orang National Park|
|Orangutan at Orang National Park|
|Ruddy Shelduck at Pond|