Assam is a treasured land for flora and fauna. Even in the midst of industrialisation and modernization, the true essence and the rich ecosystem can be seen all around. Almost in every district of the state, there is a national park or a wildlife sanctuary built to protect and preserve endangered and rare animals.
The wildlife sanctuaries of Assam are also rich in flora where several rare plants and trees grow. Today, Assam is almost synonymous with the Kaziranga National Park, which has the highest population of the endangered one-horned Rhinoceros in the world.
As the state animal of Assam, the one-horned Rhinoceros can be found in several other wildlife sanctuaries too. A visit to Assam is quite incomplete without visiting a few wildlife sanctuaries and national parks. Tourists can easily plan their itinerary in such a manner that they can visit a couple of them in a matter of few days.