Being a UNESCO world heritage site park, my expectations were high which was my first mistake. We did two safaris in the park - a morning one in the western section and an afternoon one in the central section. Being early November, the grasses we're very high making it impossible to see animals in those areas. In the western section, we did see a few rhinos in the wetland areas, as well as some wild boar. A few deer here and there, but that's about it. I realize that seeing apex predators - like tigers - is sheer luck but I was disappointed that we didn't see much else. And, in both sections, the road system is an 'out and back' meaning you get to the end and then backtrack. With the popularity of this park, we were constantly passing other safari jeeps which really took away from the experience. We had also gone to Manas National Park and had a much better experience there. If you have to choose, pick Manas!!