Kaziranga National Park will be partially closed on February 26 and 27 in view of the proposed visit of president Ram Nath Kovind to the national park.
An official statement issued by the Kaziranga National Park said that elephant and jeep safari will be closed for tourists in all the ranges except Burapahar and Agoratoli.
“In view of the proposed visit of the president of India to Kaziranga National Park… all tourist activities including elephant safari and jeep safari will be closed with effect from February 26 morning to forenoon of February 27 in Western Range, Bagori and Kaziranga Range Kohora. The tourist activities in Burapahar and Agoratoli will remain open as usual,” the official statement said.
President Kovind will be on a three-day visit to Assam from February 25 to 27 and will also inaugurate a year-long celebration of the 400th birth anniversary of Lachit Borphukan.