Kaziranga National Park has restarted its much awaited elephant safari from Sunday. Park authorities allowed booking for only 37 seats with COVID-19 protocol and received 100% booking on the first day.
The safari has started less than two weeks after the national park opened its gates to tourist on October 21, after a seven-month coronavirus-related shutdown.
Assam forest and environment minister Parimal Suklabaidya tweeted, “Cheering news to start the day with as @kaziranga_ authority has restarted the much awaited elephant safari from today. Welcome you all to get amazed at the majestic Kaziranga.”
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