PABITORA WILDLIFE SANCTUARY

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Location : 50-km From Guwahati, In Morigaon District, Assam
Coverage Area : 15.9-sq-km
Main Attraction : One-Horned Rhinoceros
Best Time To Visit : November To March

Situated in the Morigaon district, Pabitora is one of the major wildlife sanctuaries of Assam. It is situated about 50-km from Guwahati city.

Fauna

Deer, AssamCovering an area of 15.9-sq-km, Pabitora is mainly famous for its Great Indian One-horned Rhinoceros. Besides the Rhinoceros other animals, which are found over here, include the Asiatic Buffalo, Leopards, Wild Bear, Civet Cats etc. Also inhabiting the sanctuary are more than 200 birds and numerous reptiles.

HOW TO REACH

Road: Buses ply regularly from Guwahati to the Sanctuary, which is just 50-km away from the city.

WHERE TO STAY

The Forest Department has an Inspection Bungalow, with limited accommodation inside the forest. Visitors intending to visit Pabitora can visit from Guwahati also.



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