Landmark Woods

Address: Kaziranga National Park, Assam, India | Hotel
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        Travel Blogs from Kaziranga National Park

        Hornbills, Eco Lodge, Birds, Elephants & Nameri NP

        A travel blog entry by rupertcdean on Mar 03, 2015

        5 photos

        ... overhead in two large groups. The sight was fabulous and silent. These birds do not have the huge hornbill that the Giants do but are still large and graceful. We watched for a good hour as the squabbled and then finally left for another tree in which to spend the night.

        The following morning I was off to Jorhat. The stay at the Nameri Eco Lodge was truly memorable for the place, the people and the birds. This was one place I wont forget and hope to return too - one ...

        I rode an elephant

        A travel blog entry by erikkathyhansen on Feb 12, 2015

        9 photos

        I rode an elephant! What an experience. At Kaziranga National Park in Assam. It was early morning, cold, misty, quiet. The elephant was gathering water from the dew on the long grass by swinging his (her?) trunk back and forth. The guide's first words were to tell us to look at the two stags in the distance on their hind legs fighting one another. We strained to see in the mist. Awesome is not a word I often use. This experience was awesome.


        Assam and Kaziranga National Park

        A travel blog entry by steverino on Dec 08, 2014

        1 comment, 10 photos

        ... the ox around and around, with the rice heads being dislodged from the stalks by the ox's hooves. Men use pitchforks to lift away the stalks and move them into storage for livestock feed. Women scoop the heads and remaining chaff into flat woven baskets and separate the kernels from the rest by skillfully tossing and sorting. Finally, the rice kernels are spread out in a thin layer to dry before a final cleaning and storage.

        We also spent some ...

        Land of Nose Plugs and Facial Tattoos

        A travel blog entry by michellendave on Nov 20, 2014

        121 photos

        ... walking on rice to remove the chaff . Women with nose plugs and facial tattoos peered from homes. A group was gathered down the road in front of one of the finer homes. We asked Alaya, Why are they gathered?. He said he didn't know but would ask!

        The gathering was a wedding and the group was waiting for the bride and groom to arrive on foot from the bride's village several kilometers away. A dapper ...

        Kaziranga National Park Pt.2

        A travel blog entry by turnersinindia on Jan 02, 2014

        7 comments, 6 photos

        ... we got back another Mahoot (Elephant driver) took a picture of Dad and I on the Elephant. Our Mahoot said "Salam" and the Elephant curled his trunk up like he was posing. We got back to the hotel and we took a Jeep to the Ganesh Temple and we got Tilkas again along with a prayer. We then went to the coffee plantation but there wasn't that much so we moved on to the Rubber plantation. We saw the forest of Rubber trees; some ...