After a 6-month-long shutdown, the famous Kaziranga National Park is now open for tourists. Due to the Covid-19 restrictions, all tourists activities were shut down. But with the decline in the number of new cases, the state government has decided to the park for tourists.
One of the major attractions of the Kaziranga National Park is the Elephant Safaris which are now open for tourists. The opening ceremony for the park was celebrated through the ritualistic ‘Puja’. After 6 long months of closure, the tourists can now visit and engage in several tourist activities in the National Park.
The Kaziranga National Park in Assam has been declared as the World Heritage Site and it attracts hundreds of tourists every year. Many rare species of birds, plants, and animals have been preserved in this National park. Many other National parks in India have resumed their operations are ready to welcome tourists.
With the start of international flights, international tourists are most likely to travel to the popular destinations of Assam. In the coming months, we can expect an increase in the tourist’s influx from all over the world.
The Kaziranga National park is famous for the preservation of some rare species of animals such as the one-horned rhino, tigers, deer, bison, and leopards. Jeep safaris along with Elephant Safaris will be available to the tourists. Following is the detailed report by ‘India Today’ about the recent announcement for Kaziranga National Park in Assam.