Lying along the banks of Raidak and Murti rivers, the park is spread over an area of 80 sq km. Comprising riverine grasslands and deciduous forests, the park is noted for being the shelter of the one-horned rhino. Other mammals you can sight here are royal Bengal tigers and Asian elephants. Some of the common wildlife in the park are wild boars, giant squirrels, pythons, cobras, deer, wild dogs, great Indian hornbill and woodpeckers.