Orang National Park, Assam

The Orang National Park is in Darrang and Sonitpur in the state of Assam. It is on the north side of the Brahmaputra River. It was set up as a safe haven in 1985 and proclaimed a national park on April 13, 1999. Compared to Kaziranga National Park, it is smaller.

The recreation center has a lot of animals, like the Great Indian One-Horned Rhinoceros, pigmy hoard, elephants, wild bison, and tigers. It is the lone fortress of the rhinoceros on the north bank of the Brahmaputra stream.

Vertebrates: Rhinoceros, Tiger, Maljuria Elephants (male elephants in the bunch), Hog Deer, Wild Pig, Civet Cat, Porcupine, and Gangetic Dolphin.

Birds: 222 types of Birds have so far been recorded, some of which are Spot Billed Pelican, White Pelican, Greater Adjutant Stork, Lesser Adjutant Stork, Brahminy Duck, Pintail Duck, Bengal Florican(2nd.highest fixation), and so forth

Reptiles: Indian Rock Python, Black Krait, King Cobra, Cobra, Monitor Lizard.

Turtles: seven types of turtles and tortoises

Admittance to the public park: The closest airport, Salonibari (Tezpur), is 80 km away, and the Guwahati air terminal is 150 km. The National Park is found 18 km south of the N.H. 52 at Dhansirighat and the distance to Mangaldai is 70 km and Guwahati is 150 km.

Where to remain: Satsimalu Rest House and Silbori Rest House.

The best season for visit: is November to April.


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