Kaziranga National Orchid and Biodiversity Park

Welcome to Kaziranga National Orchid Park

Kaziranga National Park is one among the top ten most visited national parks in India. Recently, Kaziranga National Orchid and Biodiversity Park, established at a 2 kilometers distance from Kohora Chariali (near Central Range, Kaziranga) spanning a wide area of 18 bighas (5.95 acres) of land at Durgapur village is the largest orchid park of its kind that has added a new dimension to the glory and pride of Kaziranga National Park. Till date, scientists have discovered only 850 varieties of orchids in India’s North East region. Out of the 1314 species of orchids found in India, Kaziranga National Orchid Park alone boasts of possessing a little more than 500 varieties of wild orchids collected from different parts of North East Indian states. Besides orchids, Kaziranga National Orchid and Biodiversity Park houses 132 species of sour fruits and leafy vegetables, 12 species of cane, 46 species of bamboo and a large variety of local fishes.

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Welcome sign board to Kaziranga National Orchid Park

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Lady Slipper Orchid

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Blue Vanda Mokara

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Renanthera (Higher classification: Vanda)

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Cymbidium (Higher classification: Cymbidiinae)

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Impressive look of Anthurium flower

Kaziranga National Orchid and Biodiversity Park, a noble initiative by Krishak Mukti Sangram Samiti (KMSS) led by Akhil Gogoi, Chairman of the orchid park consists of a green house, photo gallery, medicinal herbal plant garden, product outlet corner, fruit garden, flower garden, rock garden, rice museum, fish pond and centre for folk-cultural practices. The orchid park also offers the visitors to enjoy a nature walk in the forest adjacent to it.

The rice museum showcases more than 200 varieties of indigenous paddy species found in North East Indian provinces. The two fish ponds inside the orchid park preserve some of the special indigenous fish species, besides offering the visitors boating facility. An arrangement of cultural programme is also available to the visitors in the evening hours exhibited by the artists employed in the Centre for Folk-Cultural Practices. The photo gallery displays approximately 350 varieties of orchids in framed photographs for enrichment of knowledge to the visiting student groups.

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A magnificent view of blooming flowers inside the Greenhouse

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A side view of orchids inside the Greenhouse

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Another side view inside the Greenhouse

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A glimpse inside Photo Gallery – I

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A glimpse inside Photo Gallery – II

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Inside view of Rice Museum

Moments spent in the traditional stilt houses on trees constructed near the pond, unrelenting melody of birds, sight of a wide variety of butterflies, a glimpse of the Hoolock Gibbons coupled with a glass of Bhim banana juice (Bhim banana, scientific name: Musa balbisiana Colla, is a heavily seeded variety of banana that grows naturally in the wild and nutritionally richer than other banana varieties found in Assam) taken with locally made pithas (a special type of baked pancakes made of rice flour) mesmerize the tourists visiting Kaziranga National Orchid and Biodiversity Park set in an ecotourism environment at Kaziranga.


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This article has 19 comments

  1. Tridiv Tapoban Phukan Reply

    Can you please give me any contact number of Kaziranga National Orchid Park?

  2. Mridusmita Das. Reply

    Appreciable step by KMSS….Big thanks to the whole team. It is simply awesome….

  3. Monica Gogoi Reply

    A very good job done by KMSS. This was a very important work that had to be done. I’m greatly impressed by the different varieties of flowers, fruits etc. I’m gonna visit it soon.

  4. Raj Reply

    Very good step. Nice info. Only one correction would be its not cymbidium but Dendrobium odum blue.

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    Just wish to say your article is as astounding. The clearness in your post is
    just nice and i can assume you are an expert
    on this subject. Thanks a million and please continue the rewarding work.

  6. Mridupallav Gogoi Reply

    Recently visited this place in December 2015. Truely awesome place it is. Proud of Assam.

  7. Zakir Ali Reply

    It is a beautiful Biodiversity garden, which able to preserve various types of orchid found in north east region of India. Recently, I visited this park and greatly impressed by its beauty.

  8. Ankush Jamwal Reply

    I went to orchid park with my family and friends. It’s really a good place after Kaziranga National Park. We liked Karbi dance. The park looks natural. They have one orchid gallery. A man in wheelchair explained very clearly about flowers. It’s really a good experience.

  9. Narendra Joshi Reply

    I recently visited the park. I could spot few orchids like Paphiopedilum sp, Dendrobium sp, etc. many of the orchids flower in the month of April. Also, I could watch the famous bamboo dance of Assam. The photo gallery displays quality photographs along with their ID. It was a wonderful experience.

  10. Refad Ahmed Reply

    I have visited this place with my college mates, our sir and ma’am. Very amazing and beautiful place – each and every part such as green house, photo gallery, folk dance cultural show, rock garden, boating facility etc. Love the nature while visiting there. I think such park should be present in every district.

  11. supriya kachari Reply

    It is a very very very beautiful place and amazing!!!!

  12. Mahesh Pandey Reply

    I visited the Orchid Bio diversity park in Kaziranga with my family and friends. We all were surprised and thrilled to see them large variety of Orchids, Rice and museum they have developed. We were entertained by then cultural groups and we enjoyed it a lot. Assam is great with so many culture and natural things. A big thank you to all who are behind this creation.

  13. shan Reply

    I have visited this place with my friends. i really enjoyed that movement.thanks for your sharing image.

  14. Hanet Jean François Reply

    Visited your garden on 12 04 2017 and very much appreciate the welcome and knowledge of the different guides presenting with much interest their sections.
    It is much more interesting to see living tradition and luxurious flowers in open air in one place .
    I do hope you keep your tradition in your beautiful Assam.
    One suggestion would be to present the various aspecten of Assam in different booklets (orchids, medicine, rice cultivation,weaving traditions….)
    Congratulations and keep going.

  15. Parameeta Das Tsering Reply

    A very beautiful and fun filled huge place to explore. If you are a lover of flora then this is like heaven, and you should definitely visit. After exploring everything you can also indulge yourselves in some traditional folk cultural performances by the different tribes of Assam, while sipping on some Assam tea. It’s a family place so you will enjoy it. I’ve been there with my parents so it was really fun.

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