Elephant safari at KNP Credit: Twitter

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.

Earlier, elephant safari was scheduled to reopen along with jeep safari on Oct 21

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.”

Elephant safari will be done following all COVID-19 related safety protocols

Also Read: “We, as hosts, are ready,” says Assam CM, on Kaziranga National Park reopening

KNP elephant safari received 100% booking on the first day of reopening

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