Wildlife safari at Diphlu River Lodge in Kaziranga

` 7,000   per person


Duration: 1 Day

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Experience the wonders of nature like never before at Diphlu River Lodge. Situated on banks of the serene Diphlu River, this lodge lies in proximity to the Kaziranga National Park. This premium lodge has 4 semi-detached cottages and 8 individual cottages with air conditioning. Built with bamboos, these cottages are luxurious and spacious, with beautifully designed interiors. To give visitors oodles of fine luxury, these cottages are equipped with soft bed, en suite bathroom, dressing area, fitted wardrobe with safe, refrigerator, tea/coffee maker and mini-bar. The bathrooms come well-equipped with toiletries and rain showers.

All cottages have spacious seating areas, where you can sink into the cosy sofas to enjoy book reading with refreshing drinks. Each has a wide folding glass door that opens up into the verandah, where you can enjoy scenic views while lounging in the cane chairs.

To pamper visitors, Diphlu River Lodge in Kaziranga has an outdoor coffee area, restaurant, bar, free parking and recreational area. You can enjoy mouth-watering Assamese, North Indian and Continental delicacies at the on-site restaurant or prepare your own meals in the kitchenette. A romantic leisure time can be spent at the outdoor coffee area or at the bar. Diphlu River Lodge also offers a plethora of recreational activities like wildlife safari, tea and rubber plantation garden visits, elephant bathing and village visits.

With its unmatched luxury and comfort, Diphlu River Lodge let visitors enjoy the warmth of the nature to the fullest. The enchanting scenic surroundings around the lodge are sure to arrest your soul and captivate your mind.

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Kaziranga Protected Area

Encircled by the blue waters of the Brahmaputra River, Kaziranga National Park is a home to about 70% of one-horned rhinoceros in the world. For its unique array of flora and fauna, Kaziranga has been declared as one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. This pristine wildlife destination is inhabited by the eastern swamp deer and seven species of tortoises and turtles. Other wild animals that roam fearlessly in the undulating topography of this protected area include leopard, wild water buffalo, hog badger, large and small civet, barking deer, capped langur and sambar deer. Spread over an area of 858 sq km, this wildlife reserve is a wonderful place to enjoy camping amidst dense forestland. By requesting in advance to the management of the Diphlu River Lodge, you can go for an adventurous wildlife safari in Kaziranga to make the most out of this vacation tour.


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The region here witnesses three seasons: summer, winter and monsoon. The winters are mild and dry with temperatures ranging between 25 degree Celsius and 5 degree Celsius. During summers, the weather remains hot and humid with temperature reaching to a high of 37 degree Celsius. The heavy downpour occurs in the monsoon that often floods the park and lasts from June to September. The average annual rainfall received here is about 2220 mm.

The best time to visit the park is from November to April as the weather remains most favourable during this period. The pleasant temperature, experienced during these months, lets tourists enjoy safari tours in the park to witness the inhabitants quite, comfortably.

Operations Closed:
From November 1st to April 30th, the park is open daily unless the unpredictable downpour occurs. It is open partially in the months of October and May. During the period from June to September, the park remains closed.

How to Reach:

By Road:
The park can be reached via National Highway NH 37. The nearest bus stop to approach Kaziranga is in Kohara. ASTC and a number of private buses are available from here to reach the park.

By Rail:
If you plan to come by train, then you need to come till Furkating, which is the nearest rail head and is approximately 75 km away.

By Air:
The nearest airport to this place is in Jorhat, which is located at a distance of 97 km. Another airport from where you can come to this destination lies in Guwahati, which is about 217 km away. Both these airports have connectivity with other parts of the country.





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