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Tourism Activities Temporarily Suspended at Assam’s Manas National Park

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In a proactive move to prioritize the safety and preservation of the natural environment and wildlife, authorities have announced the temporary closure of tourism activities at Assam’s renowned Manas National Park.

Tourism Activities Temporarily Suspended at Assam’s Manas National Park

Effective from June 5, 2024, until further notice, visitors will be unable to partake in popular attractions such as elephant safaris, river rafting, and jeep safaris. Notably, elephant safaris and river rafting will cease earlier, starting from May 20, while jeep safaris will halt from June 5.

The decision, issued by the authorities of the Manas Tiger Reserve, aims to minimize human impact within the park and foster an environment conducive to the flourishing of its diverse flora and fauna. A notice released by the reserve stated, “It is notified for general information and the best interest of all concerned that Elephant Safari, Jeep Safari, and River Rafting for visitors in Manas National Park & Tiger Reserve will remain closed for all ecotourism activities until further notice.”

This temporary suspension of tourism activities aligns with recent efforts by wildlife reserves across Assam to uphold visitor safety and environmental conservation. Earlier this month, the Orang National Park announced its closure for tourists from May 15, marking the conclusion of the tourist season as customary in the region. These measures reflect a commitment to safeguarding the natural heritage of Assam’s wildlife reserves and ensuring the well-being of both visitors and wildlife alike.

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