Kaziranga National Park is a national park in the state of Assam. The sanctuary, which hosts two-thirds of the world's great one-horned rhinoceroses, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Made unique with a vibrant, well preserved and sustained ecology this park has a very versatile bio diversity which makes Kaziranga National Park a very important and popular tourist destination. Other than the one-horned Rhino, which almost defines the area, the park also offers pleasant surprises to tourists as they spot swamp deer, elephants, wild buffalos, Chinese pangolins, Bengal foxes, gibbons, civets, sloth bears, leopards and flying squirrels are a few animals that can also be spotted here. The park is also home to the Indian tiger and it is a tiger reserve. Apart from the wildlife, the park itself is immensely beautiful with water bodies and forests.