Reopen Orang National Park and Kaziranga National park
Due to the dilapidated situation of the roads due to the recent floods in Assam, only part of the safari route contained in the park might be opened for tourists. The rest of the street is being repaired, and visitors might be notified in due course.
Assam’s well-known Orang National Park (ONP) might be opened to vacationers on Thursday after being closed for several months due to the prevailing coronavirus disease (Covid-1) epidemic situation and the monsoon season. According to ONP Divisional Forest Officer Pradeepta Barua, the national park is being opened to the public for September 20-September for the 2021-22 tourist season amid strict monitoring of all the required guidelines and protocols related to Kovid-19. Due to the dilapidated situation of the roads due to the recent floods in Assam, only part of the safari route inside the park might be opened for tourists. The forest official mentioned restore work was underway on the remaining a part of the street and visitors would be informed in due course.
In the meantime, the Assam government has approved the reopening of well-known national parks in Kaziranga and Manas from October 1 ahead of the upcoming festival season. However, all vital protocols related to coronavirus disease might be strictly followed and tourists have been instructed by the authorities to all the time comply with the rules. Kaziranga National Park (KNP) – world famous for its unicorn rhinos – lives right here – and has additionally been closed for the past few months as a result of Kovid-19 outbreak outbreak. It should initially open on October 1, the place vacationers will solely have partial access to a few ranges, the rest of the ranges might be gradually unlocked.
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