Jeep safari in Kaziranga national park to remain closed on February 4 for tourists


Kaziranga: Jeep safaris in Kaziranga National Park, Assam will be closed to the general public from February 4th.

This was notified by the Assam Forestry Department on Wednesday.

The measure was taken by the Assam State Forestry Department I, bearing in mind the visit of the G20 delegation to Kaziranga National Park on 4 February.

Jeep safaris for general tourists in the Bagori and Agoratri ranges of Kaziranga National Park in Assam will be closed until February 4th.

“Given the visit of the G20 delegation to Kaziranga National Park on February 4, 2023, Jeep safaris in Bagori, Kaziranga and Agoratri Ranges will remain closed to the general public,” said East Assam. A notice from Ramesh, DFO of the Department of Wildlife was stated. Kumar Gogoi.

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The notice states, “However, elephant safaris will function normally at both ranges.”

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