Assam government to open Kaziranga national park for tourists from October 1


GUWAHATI: The Assam government is going to open the Kaziranga national park for travelers from October 1 this year rather than November 1, it was declared on Monday.Assam Forest Minister Pramila Rani Brahma is relied upon to open the entryways of the recreation center for sightseers on October 1, a recreation center authority said on Monday.

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The date for opening of the national park, well known for its one-horned rhino populace, was propelled for the current year taking after the direction from Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal a month ago. Park compelling voices in Kaziranga national park are currently endeavoring to make every one of the game plans for opening the recreation center for the visitors from October 1. Ordinarily the recreation center used to be opened for voyagers on November 1 and it gets shut on April 30 consistently.

"On October 1, we are going to open just Western extent, Bagori range, Central reach and Kohora range for the visitors. We are taking a shot at to repair the streets inside the recreation center. When every one of the works are finished, alternate extents would likewise be opened for travelers," said a senior officer of the recreation center on Monday.

He said that the elephant rides and also the jeep rides would be made accessible for visitors in the previously mentioned ranges from October 1. "Be that as it may, the aggregate separation of the Jeep Safari circuit would be lessened because of continuous repair works inside the recreation center," he said.

The park had seen serious surges in most recent two months, which have submerged more than 80 percent of the recreation center. The staggering surges have washed away some little extensions inside the recreation center and harmed the streets inside to an expansive degree.

In spite of the fact that the principle fascination of the recreation center is the one-horned rhino populace, travelers additionally visit the recreation center for tigers, elephants, water bison, pig deer, bear and other natural life species including reptiles and winged species.

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