Kaziranga Park To Open For Tourists From 15th October
Kaziranga National Park and Tiger Reserve, located in the Eastern Assam Wildlife Division, are getting ready to welcome tourists for the 2023-24 season starting on October 15th. They officially announced this good news.
Because sometimes the roads can be a bit tricky due to unpredictable weather, the park can be explored up to Bimoli Tiniali, which is accessible via Donga Tower, while other areas will remain restricted until further notice.
You can go on exciting jeep safaris in two special places: Kaziranga Range in Kohora and Western Range in Bagori.
However, due to the prevailing conditions of the road, the park will remain closed to tourists every Wednesday afternoon.
Kaziranga National Park is home to a thriving population of horned rhinoceros and is recognised for its rich biodiversity and wildlife conservation efforts, which are admired throughout the country, attracting thousands of visitors every year.
A notable factor about the park is that it is usually closed from May to October to avoid floods from the Brahmaputra River. Kaziranga is a trendy and unique place for tourists in India.
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