Orang National Park
It is one of the wildlife sanctuaries in Assam located on the banks of River Brahmaputra. It is situated in Sonitpur in Darrang district. It is also resembles the Kaziranga National Park. It is a great home for the Indian rhinos. It is highly rich in flora and fauna. Pygmy hogs, civets, porcupines, macaques, leopards, Indian pangolins, water buffalos and elephants are some of the animals seen here. It is also serves as homage for endangered species Bengal tigers. It is also significant location to enjoy bird watching. White pelican, shelduck, adjutant stork, mallard, woodpecker, king fisher, Bengal florican and fishing eagle are some of the birds seen here. Jungle safari is the tourist favorite activity in Orang National Park.
How to reach Orang National Park
Tezpur airport is around 42 km from Orang national park
Tezpur railway station is the nearest railhead
There are good numbers bus facilities available to reach Orang National Park from Tezpur.
In summer 27- 32 C and in winter 10-22 C and best visited throughout the year.