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Orang National Park

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One of Assam’s oldest, yet least known Protected Areas, Orang is largely swampy with thick grasslands. It is situated on the north bank of the Brahmaputra and provides a safe refuge to rhino, wild buffalo, swamp deer, tiger and elephant. It is also rich in local and migratory bird life. It is a perfect overnight stopover for people travelling from Kaziranga to Manas.

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Best time to visit:

November to March

How to get there: Nearest town, railhead and airport is Tezpur (85 km.).

Where to stay: Forest resthouse at Orang.

Contact Information

Region Director (Northeast, Guwahati, Assam) G.L. Publication Complex, G.S. Road, Guwahati – 781 007 Assam Tel.: 0361-547407 E-mail: goitoguw@asm.nic.in

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