Arguably the most popular conservation effort in all of India, the Kaziranga National Park is the lush green habitat to the one-horned rhinos. The park was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1985 and is currently home to about 2400+ rhinoceroses. The vast sanctuary filled with tall elephant grass and dense forest is also crisscrossed by major rivers. Located on the edge of the Eastern Himalaya biodiversity hotspot, it is surrounded by plantations of the famous Assam tea.
Winters in India are the best for spending time outdoors with your loved ones. You would be looking out for new venues for a camping trip or picnic. Rajasthan and Goa are…
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Everything about the city of Jaipur is opulent and grand in nature. Maharaja Ram Singh painted the city “Pink” in honor of the Prince of Wales in 18th Century, thus making it…