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Conservation First: Orang National Park Suspends Safaris for Wildlife Well-being

Orang National Park and Tiger Reserve in Assam prioritize animal welfare with a temporary suspension of jeep and elephant safaris for the 2024-2025 tourist season. The decision, made by the Divisional Forest Officer, aims to protect wildlife during the monsoon season, which brings heavy rainfall and flooding. This preventative measure seeks to minimize harm to both visitors and park inhabitants, including the Greater One-horned Rhinoceros, Asian Elephants, and tigers. While the suspension may disappoint tourists, it underscores the park’s commitment to conservation. Visitors are urged to respect this choice and adhere to park guidelines for mutual benefits.

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