Kohora range

1. Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit prompts the suspension of Jeep Safari in Kaziranga’s Kohora range from March 7 to 9.
2. Elephant Safari in the same range also halted from March 8 to 9, 2024, in preparation for PM Modi’s arrival.
3. Other safari options in different ranges will operate as usual during this period.

Guwahati, March 04: In anticipation of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s upcoming visit to Kaziranga National Park and Tiger Reserve, the Jeep Safari in the Kohora range will be suspended from March 7 to 9 (Forenoon).

Additionally, the Elephant Safari in the same range will be closed from March 8 to 9, 2024.

However, the Jeep Safari and Elephant Ride in other ranges will operate as usual, according to a notification from park authorities.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to visit the UNESCO World Heritage site Kaziranga National Park and Tiger Reserve for the first time on March 8, 2024.

His itinerary includes arriving in Kaziranga on the evening of March 8 and staying overnight at the Police Guest House.

The following day, he will explore the Kohora Range in the National Park.

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This inaugural visit by the Prime Minister to the UNESCO World Heritage site has generated excitement within the state government and the forest department.

Last Tuesday, Forest Minister Chandra Mohan Patowary, Chief Secretary Paban Borthakur, Director General of Police GP Singh, Special Director General of Police Harmeet Singh, Principal Chief Conservator of Forest MK Yadav, and other senior officials visited potential sites for the Prime Minister’s visit to Kaziranga.

Forest Minister Chandra Mohan Patowary announced that the Prime Minister will visit Kaziranga National Park on March 9.

He disclosed that arrangements have been made for a jeep safari and an elephant safari during the Prime Minister’s visit.

A meeting with the Kaziranga forest department was convened to address security concerns and finalize all necessary preparations.

The minister emphasized that the Prime Minister’s visit would elevate the global significance of the World Heritage Site.

Following his visit to Kaziranga, the Prime Minister will proceed to Arunachal Pradesh, as per the minister’s statement.