Nagpur: Tourists and wildlife lovers are expected to flock to the sanctuaries. Tiger reserves and national parks, which will reopen after a gap of almost 3 months from the date of the commencement of the 7-day wildlife week on October 1. And earlier, due to the dreaded epidemic of coronavirus, tourism was allowed to open very intermittently.
The Deputy Director (Corps) of Tadoba named Nandkishore Kale has said. That every safari is full for the coming 3 days. Friday is its first day and all the visitors are very excited. Holiday on Saturday & Sunday.
From the date of October 1, we will welcome all the tourists coming inside the park by giving them roses. And also told that the time of morning safari is from 6 am to 10 am. And then for afternoon safari the time will be from 2.30 am to 6 pm.
15 gates in Tadoba buffer zone have been opened for all tourism. And in addition, night time tours will be allowed from Navegaon-Ramdegi, three gates- Junona and Palasgaon. And in which there will be 6 vehicles from each gate. It is also providing other attractions like loft stay, cycling, Tadoba buffer boating, kayaking, bird watching and walking trails.
Tadoba banning single-use plastic
Tadoba has now banned single-use plastic. All tourists will not be allowed to enter at all with any kind of plastic bottles and snacks packed. Inside any kind of plastic tiffin box and will not be allowed to enter the resorts. Any kind of plastic bottles inside will also be banned. And visitors will not be allowed inside with these plastic items.
Pench and Bor Tiger Reserve and Umred-Karhandla-Pavani Wildlife Sanctuary will reopen once from Friday. From October 1 to October 15.
They will be allowed entry from Kolitmara, Surewani, Bordharan, Sillari, Khorsapar, Chorbahuli, Karhandla, Khubala, Pauni, and Gothangaon gates.
Tourism will be allowed in a restricted manner due to the bad condition of the roads. And only 12 vehicles will be allowed out of the bore.
In view of the very bad condition of the road, Adegaon Gate will be kept closed. And apart from this, the gates of Umred-Karhandla’s Pauni tourism will remain open from 15th to 31st October. Online booking can be done from 10th October to enter from 16th October. www.mahaecotourism.gov.in
Meanwhile, gate and gypsy fee charges went up to Rs 2,400 and Rs 3,000 respectively. A safari inside MP parks like Bandhavgarh, Pench, Kanha, would cost up to Rs 6,000. If the booking is done within about 60 days. Then the price of that safari will be around Rs 4,200 in Tadoba. On weekdays and around Rs 5,200 on weekends.