The Kaziranga National park reopens for tourists after its routine closure for the monsoon season.
The World Heritage Site — home to the one-horn rhinoceros has been opened for tourists in Kohora Range and Bagori of the Park on Thursday.
On the first-day, 17 departmental elephants were arranged said Bankim Sarma, Divisional forest officer.
“We are expecting more tourists this year the arrival of the migratory birds has created great enthusiasm among visitors. We have removed hyacinth from many water bodies so that the birds have more space.”- said Sarma.
The total number of tourists visiting Kaziranga National Park last year was 73,674 of whom 5,748 were foreign tourists. The total visit of the tourists fetched the park a revenue of Rs. 79.47 lakh.