Location of Kaziranga National Park
Kaziranga National Park lies in flood plain mighty Brahmaputra and in 9A Indo-Burma Bio-geographical region. Originally notified Kaziranga National Park lies between Latitudes 26°34′ N to 26°46′ N and Longitudes 93°08′ E to 93° 36′ E. It is spread over the civil jurisdictions of Nagaon, Golaghat and Sonitpur districts in Assam with the Brahmaputra river on the north and verdant Karbi Anglong hills on the south. With six number of additions, having national park status, and two reserved forests namely, Panbari and Kukurakata reserve forests coming under the administrative control of the Kaziranga National Park, the geographical area then lies between Latitudes 26°33′ N to 26°48′ N and Longitudes 92°51′ E to 93° 39′ E including a part in civil jurisdiction of Sonitpur district.
The Head Quarter of the Park is at Bokakhat, a developing township in Golaghat District of Assam(INDIA). The tourist centre is mostly located at Kohora, which is about 25 km west of Bokakhat.