Ranthambore National Park is opening for tiger lovers from 1 October 2020, a positive approach is needed to promote tourism

Ranthambore National Park TIGER

NEWS: Ranthambore National Park and Sariska forests are going to open completely for tourists - tiger lovers from October 1, 2020 onwards after the monsoon season.

Amidst the epidemic, there are challenges for security, but now that other tourist places including Jaipur's Amber Mahal have also been opened for tourists, then there is more enthusiasm among tiger lovers.

However, in the news of being corona positive, a positive attitude is needed for tourism. People associated with the tourism industry in Ranthambore have demanded that the forest department adopt a soft approach in booking jungle safaris for some tourists visiting Ranthambore National Park.

The main attraction in Ranthambore National Park is the Royal Bengal Tiger and the most important function is to book a jeep safari in your favorite safari zone in Ranthambore National Park.

Now that foreign tourists are not coming due to the pandemic, people associated with the tourism business have demanded that whatever domestic tourists are planning to visit Ranthambhore, they can get the facility of booking jeep or canter for jungle safari in advance.

Ranthambore National Park is open for tourists from October to June. The best time to visit Ranthambore is from November to March. The forest department used to open online booking of safari for Ranthambore National Park before the season started, but this time the jungle safari booking has not been opened in advance due to Corona epidemic. According to the information, online safari booking is likely to open from 1 October.

During the tourist season in Ranthambore, all hotels were often in a bustle. Now the situation has reversed and only a few rooms have been booked in select hotels. All the people associated with tourism are expected to visit the park this time of the native tourists. 

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Tuesday, 27 October 2020