Tracking tigers on elephant back is a cliché of Indian travel, but there are only a few parks these days where you can enjoy this magical experience. The most famous of them is Kaziranga, on the banks of the Brahmaputra River in Assam. Encompassing a tangle of water courses, marshes, huge tracts of long terai grass and semi-evergreen forest, the reserve boasts one of the highest tiger densities of any in India.
The stars of the show here, however, are undoubtedly Kaziranga’s one-horned rhinos. The park accounts for around two-thirds of the world’s population of this highly endangered mammal, which was nearly rendered extinct by the 1990s by poaching.
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