7 day safari

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Tour Highlights

Chance to see tigers and rhino in the same park

Incredible park for raptors and waders

Easy to add on extension to Gibbon Sanctuary

Less tourists visit the North East

In terms of timing Kaziranga has a relatively short season compared to the north and central parks; it reopens after the monsoon in November and closes at the end of April.  The main migratory bird season is mid-November to late February.  During late December and early January the early morning chill can result in some rather misty conditions that can hamper wildlife viewing (lifted by midday), and Christmas/ New Year is best avoided due to increased domestic and international visitors.  During January the process of grass burning begins, working on contained patches the elephant grass (and any invading trees) are burned, so for a short time mammals become more visible as they graze and move more openly on the new growth but within a few months it regains its enveloping height, meanwhile vegetation levels in the forest and riverine areas become more sparse. So on balance the best times can be mid-November to mid-December (if birds have a strong appeal) or mid February to late March (for increased mammal visibility) – the rhinos can be seen in all months.

    When to go:
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Best time to visit - FEB


Day 1

Good airport hotel in Kolkata Pride Plaza
Arrive into Kolkata and overnight
On arrival at Kolkata international you will be met and transferred to ‘The Pride Plaza’ hotel' for your overnight accommodation. If you have an early arrival into Kolkata; then we would prefer to drive you into the heart of the city and provide you with options for walking/tram tours that can be tailored to your interests. These can include visits to local markets, food, architecture and history.

Day 2

Best wildlife lodges Kaziranga Infinity Resort
Fly from Kolkata to Guwahati. Short drive to Kaziranga.
transfer to Kolkata domestic airport to connect with the morning flight to Guwahati. You will be met at the airport and driven to the ‘Infinity Kaziranga Resort’ (a journey of approximately 4-5 hours), rest of afternoon free for birding on foot around the lodge grounds (safari not possible due to late arrival), or consider a visit to a nearby tribal village with a lodge guide

Day 3

Endangered Wild Buffalo at Kaziranga national park
Full day of safari activities in Kaziranga
Wildlife Trails have been visiting Kaziranga national park since 2002, so we understand in minute detail, the very different scenery and wildlife opportunities accessible from the different access gates - there are 4 of them at Kaziranga. Our focus will therefore be lots of early starts with our private naturalist and choosing which gates to visit based on wildlife sighting reports and interests of our guests. Today we will enter through the western gate.

Accommodation : Infinity Kaziranga Resort

Day 4

Kaziranga safari looking for rhino and tigers
Jeep safaris through the central gate
Today we may choose to focus on the central zone of Kaziranga; which is just a short drive from our well located wildlife lodge. Over the years the central zone has established itself as one of the best areas for tiger sightings.

Accommodation : Infinity Kaziranga Resort

Day 5

Tiger safari at Kaziranga national park. Photo of Hog deer
Private jeep safaris through the eastern gate
Today, we discover a very different side of Kaziranga national park, with a journey through the eastern gate; which with special permission can go all the way to the beautiful banks of the Brahmaputra river - where River Dolphins can be sighted. This is a hotspot for sightings of smooth coated otters. There are also some huge lakes which during the winter months are full of waders; it really is a spectacular sight.

Accommodation : Infinity Kaziranga Resort

Day 6

Elephant photo from Kaziranga tiger reserve
Final morning safari before flight back to Kolkata.
Early morning jeep safari inside Kaziranga National Park (with your bags packed and ready for an earlier start to the airport), followed by transfer to Jorhat (a journey of approximately 1-2 hours) to connect with the afternoon flight to Kolkata. Overnight again at the Pride Plaza.

Day 7

Sadly, it's time to finish your Kaziranga safari and fly home.

Pricing Info & Dates

Cost £1470 based on two people sharing and not including flights

tours taken from October 2020 to June 2021


  • £100 donation to the Tiger Trails Foundation
  • Private safaris throughout
  • All meals at wildlife lodges
  • All transfers and safaris as listed
  • Services of an expert naturalist


  • International Flights and travel insurance
  • Visa Costs
  • Personal drinks
  • Gratuities and Tips


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