Kaziranga National Park Safari

March 13–16, 2024

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Enjoy a three night nature immersion in one of India’s most prized National Parks and World Heritage site, Kaziranga. Aside from boasting the highest concentration of Indian Rhinos and Bengal tigers in the world, Kaziranga National Park is home to 35 major mammals and over 450 bird species. Bordered on the north by the Brahmaputra River and on the south by the Karbi Anglong hills of Assam, this 430 sq km park is a mixture of swamps, grasslands, deciduous and tropical semi-evergreen forests. If you enjoy being in nature, you will love this experience!

Excursion Highlights

Excursion Highlights

Highlights Include:

  • 3 Jeep safaris
  • 1 elephant-back safari
  • Nature walks
  • Local tribal visit
  • Relaxation and local entertainment at our 4-star resort


March 13—16, 2024

  • Day 1 – March 13

    Guwahati – Kaziranga National Park, 230 KM/ 5 hrs

    Depart Guwahati hotel after breakfast and drive to Kaziranga. Arrive at Kaziranga lodge in the afternoon. Check-in and then enjoy free-time or a nature walk nearby. Overnight at lodge.

  • Day 2 – March 14

    Kaziranga National Park

    Rise early and drive a short distance to the central range of the park for an elephant back safari. The mahouts will steer the elephants close to where the rhinos are and also to other parts where you can see herds of Asiatic Water Buffalo, swamp deer, hog deer and in the midst of it all, if you are lucky you might even spot the tiger! Return to the lodge for breakfast. Mid-morning you have the option of visiting a tribal village. Return to the lodge for lunch before boarding four wheel drive open jeeps for a safari in the western range of the park. Return to the Lodge at dusk.

  • Day 3 – March 15

    Kaziranga National Park

    After an early breakfast depart on a jeep safari to the eastern range, the most secluded part of the part. It is virtually a paradise for bird watchers, with a variety of migratory and resident birds. It is also home to eagles, ducks, storks, cormorants and darters. Return to the lodge for lunch. In the afternoon, return to the central range for a jeep safari. Return to the lodge for dinner.

  • Day 4 – March 16

    Kaziranga – Guwahati airport, 240 KM/ 5 hours

    Drive to Guwahati to board your flight for onward journey.

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Excursion Leader

Ransom Hare

Ransom Hare

Ransom, Director of Himalayan Institute Excursions, has over a decade of experience leading international trips and pilgrimages. He’s a dedicated yoga practitioner and faculty member for our 200 YTT and 500 YTT programs, specializing in breath training, relaxation, and meditation.

Ransom’s spiritual journey was profoundly shaped by pilgrimage, beginning with his first trip to India in 2009. His passion for exploring extraordinary spaces and facilitating deep transformation makes him an ideal excursions leader, both domestically and abroad. Additionally, his wilderness first responder training certification supports the safety and well-being of our participants while his Leave No Trace Master Educator training promotes sustainable recreation in the natural places we visit.

As a trusted guide, he leads the way for those seeking transformative experiences on our excursions, harnessing, through yoga and meditation, the profound potential of nature and sacred spaces to accelerate enrichment in our lives.



Registration Information:

Early Registration: - Save $100

  • Shared–$999 | Single–$1,299
  • Early Registration ends June 16, 2023

Regular Registration:

  • Shared–$1,099 | Single–$1,399
  • Regular registration ends November 1, 2023

Late Registration:

  • Shared–$1,199 | Single–$1,499
  • Late registration ends December 15, 2023
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Only participants in the Pilgrimage to the Northeast – Land of Shakti Sadhana excursion are eligible to attend this safari add-on.

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