Kaziranga National Park ready to open for tourists

 


After a prolonged shutdown due to the pandemic, Kaziranga National Park in Assam, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is all set to open for tourists very soon.


 “Kaziranga National Park and Tiger Reserve is again being re-decorated with beauty and we will open it for visitors and nature lovers very soon,” said State Forest Minister Parimal Sukhabelyada.

Kaziranga National Park ready to open for tourists
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 Suklabaidya said officials of the Kaziranga National Park and Tiger Reserve are gearing up to reopen the park amid the resumption of economic activities. Visitors will have to contend with the new norms within the park premises as per the guidelines to contain the novel coronavirus.


 "We have laid down new rules and regulations, which will be as per the directions of the Centre," Suklabaidya said.


 The minister said that the date of inauguration of the park would be notified soon.


 Usually, the park reopens after the break of monsoon in late October.


 “Kaziranga National Park and Tiger Reserve is again being re-decorated with beauty and we will open it for visitors and nature lovers very soon,” said State Forest Minister Parimal Sukhabelyada.


 Suklabaidya said officials of the Kaziranga National Park and Tiger Reserve are gearing up to reopen the park amid the resumption of economic activities. Visitors will have to contend with the new norms within the park premises as per the guidelines to contain the novel coronavirus.


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