Orang National Park, also known as Rajiv Gandhi Orang National Park, is located in the Darrang and Sonitpur districts of Assam, India. The park is home to a diverse range of flora and fauna, including the Great Indian One-Horned Rhinoceros, Bengal Tiger, Asiatic Elephant, Leopard, Wild Boar, and many more. Trekking in Orang National Park offers a unique opportunity to explore the wilderness of Assam and witness the rich biodiversity of the region.

Trek Itinerary:

Here is a sample trek itinerary for Orang National Park:

Day 1-Guwahati to Orang National Park

  • Start early from Guwahati and drive to Orang National Park
  • Reach Orang National Park and check-in to the resort
  • After lunch, go for a nature walk around the resort
  • In the evening, enjoy a bonfire and dinner

Day 2-Orang National Park Trek

  • Wake up early and have breakfast
  • Start the trek through the forest with a trained guide
  • Explore the park, its various habitats, and the diverse flora and fauna
  • Stop for a packed lunch in the forest
  • Continue the trek and return to the resort by evening
  • Enjoy a cultural program and dinner at the resort
Orang National Park Trek || Assam

Day 3-Departure

  • After breakfast, check-out and depart for Guwahati

Note: The trek itinerary can be customized based on the requirements and preferences of the trekkers.

Best Time for Trekking:

The best time for trekking in Orang National Park is from November to April, when the weather is pleasant and dry. The park is closed during the monsoon season (June to October) due to heavy rainfall and flooding.

Things to Keep in Mind:

  • Obtain the necessary permits and permissions from the forest department before embarking on the trek.
  • Hire a trained guide who is familiar with the terrain and wildlife of the park.
  • Wear comfortable and sturdy trekking shoes, and carry sufficient water and snacks.
  • Avoid wearing bright colors and making loud noises that may disturb the animals.
  • Do not litter and maintain the cleanliness of the park.
  • Respect the wildlife and their habitat, and do not harm or disturb them in any way.

Other Important Information:

  • The nearest airport is Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport in Guwahati, which is about 90 km from Orang National Park.
  • The nearest railway station is located in Rangapara, which is about 15 km from the park.
  • There are several resorts and lodges located near the park that offer comfortable accommodation and trekking facilities.
  • Orang National Park is also a popular destination for birdwatching and angling.

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