Kaziranga National Park To Welcome Tourists From February 4

Guwahati: The Kaziranga National Park and Tiger Reserve (KNPTR), famed for its one-horned rhinoceros will formally open for tourists from February 4.

This was informed by an notification issued by the divisional forest officer.

Kaziranga National Park’s Eastern Assam Wildlife Division has announced that the park will open for visitors on February 4.

However, the park authorities have declared that the Jeep Safari in the Central Range, Kaziranga and Western Range, as well as the Bagori safari for tourists, will be closed on February 1 due to management issues.

“It is for the general information of all concerned that the notification regarding park closure dated 18.01.2023 hereby stands cancelled and the park will remain open for tourists on 4th February 2023,” the DFO was quoted as saying in a notification.

“In view of management exigencies, the Jeep Safari under Central Range, Kaziranga and Western Range, Bagori shall be closed for tourists on 1st February 2023,” the notification said further.

“However, the Jeep Safari in Burapahar and Agoratoli Range and the Elephant Safari will remain opened for tourists as usual,” it added.

However, the elephant safari will remain available for tourists as usual, the park authorities informed further.

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