Good news: Rajaji Tiger Reserve Park opened, tourists will be able to do safari

Finally, after a long wait, Rajaji Tiger Reserve has been opened for tourists. However, every year all the ranges of the park are opened in the month of November. But the park, which was closed for the last two years due to the global pandemic corona infection, has been opened in the month of October itself.

In such a situation, tourists who want to go on a safari in Rajaji Park can turn to Rajaji Park. In the park, you can see leopards, tigers, elephants as well as all the wild animals during the safari.

 

Rajaji Tiger Reserve Park, which has been closed for the last 2 years due to the Corona epidemic, has been opened on the demand of the safari drivers of the park. Although all the ranges of the park are opened in the month of November every year, in order to reduce the huge loss caused to the safari drivers of the park in the last two years, the park administration has opened the park only in the month of October. According to the information received, due to the closure of the park for the last two years, the park has suffered a loss of about Rs 1.50 crore.

The Rajaji Tiger Reserve Director DK Singh said that according to the guidelines of NTCA (National Tiger Conservation Authority), the park has been opened for tourists. Corona rules are being followed as per the guidelines of the government. He said that after the opening of the park, the employment of people dependent on tourists has reopened. At the same time, DK Singh said that due to the closure of Tiger Reserve for 2 years, wildlife will also be seen freely roaming the tourists.

 

At the same time, people dependent on tourists say that the park was closed for almost two years. No tourists were coming to Rajaji Park for safari. Due to this the economy of the house has completely collapsed.

Now that the park is open again, we hope that soon the tourists will also turn to the Tiger Reserve for safari. For safari in the park, the park administration has made a track of 24 km for which one has to pay 1500 to 1700 rupees. Apart from this, you can also enjoy the safari by paying Rs 150 per person.