Jeep Safari In Burapahar Range - Ghorakati


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Distance (From Kohora Bus Station): 33 Kms

Trip Duration (Including Travel): 4 Hours/Half Day

Transportation Options: Cab

Travel Tips: Entry Fee, Safari Timings & Safari Charges are subject to change by the management without any prior notice. Safari might be cancelled by the park authorities sometimes due to severe weather conditions.

At a distance of 33 km from Kohora Bus Stand, the Burapahar Range of Kaziranga National Park is situated at Ghorakati on National Highway. This is the first zone on the way to Kaziranga from Guwahati by road.

The entry gate to the Burapahar zone of the Kaziranga Park is located at the Ghorakati village. The Rhino Land Park is the starting point for the Jeep Safari in this zone. The Burapahar tourism zone is the hilly terrain with beautiful scenery of nature and also considered best for birding. It has a well-marked 17 km trail which took about 1-2 hours. The zone also offers the trekking in the forest on the designated route which can be a very enriching experience to explore the dense forest so close. The Hoolock Gibbon and the Capped Langur can be primarily spotted in this zone along with a large number of Avifauna species.

To visit Burapahar Zone, visitors need to get the permission from the Ghorakati Range Office. Maximum 10 vehicles are allowed to travel into Burapahar Range during morning and same numbers of vehicles are allowed in the evening hours. Each vehicle is accompanied by trained guides or escorts. Advance booking is required for Jeep Safari and can be booked either from the Ghorakati Range Office or from hotels.

Safari Timings: 7 AM - 10 AM & 1.30 PM - 3 PM

Jeep Safari (Max 6 Persons) - around Rs. 3500 per Jeep for Indians and around Rs. 7000 for Foreigners