India the land of diversities and enriched natural beauty can be best explored when you visit the eastern part. The East India Wildlife Sanctuaries are known for their, unique, rare and varied flora and fauna. The One-horned Rhinoceros and Wild Buffalos in Kaziranga National Park in Assam and the Hispid Hare and Pigmy Hog, who were rediscovered in the grasslands of Manas Wildlife Sanctuary also in east India Assam after being thought extinct for about 30 years to offer you the unique opportunity to rediscover the diversity of nature.
Two major wildlife sanctuaries in East India are the Kaziranga Wildlife Sanctuary and Manas Wildlife Sanctuary. Almost entirely different in their physical appearance and character, these twin sanctuaries of Assam form a perfect triangle with Guwahati. While Manas sanctuary lies at the foot of the Bhutan hills on the banks of River Manas, Kaziranga sanctuary is a flat area with elephant grass and swamps with large patches of semi-green forest.
Other destinations of famous wildlife sanctuaries and national parks of East India are Namdapha Wildlife Sanctuary, Simlipal Wildlife Sanctuary, Sunderbans Wildlife Sanctuary, Itanagar Wildlife Sanctuary, Keibul Lamjao Wildlife Sanctuary, Sirohi Wildlife Sanctuary and Kangchendzonga.
Visit east India, feel the diversity and the soothing touch of nature vividly.