Kaziranga National Park, one of the biggest attention grabbers amongst India bound fauna lovers booking cheap tickets on flights to the country, reopened to tourists on November 1, 2012. The site was closed due to recent floods in the region.

Kaziranga National Park in India Reopened For Tourism India bound wildlife lovers looking for tickets on international flights to the country may now enjoy the renowned diversity of Kaziranga National Park. This World Heritage Site reopened for tourists on November 1, 2012, after it was closed due to recent floods, revealed online sources.

Kaziranga, located in India’s lush north-eastern state of Assam, has long been a major attraction amongst wildlife aficionados booking flights tickets to the country. With the world’s largest population of one-horned rhinoceroses, elephants, Asiatic water buffaloes, swamp deer and varied species of birds, it attracts vacationers in droves.

Though the park has reopened for visitors, some of the low-lying areas are still underwater. These low lying areas will still be out of reach for both local and out-of-state visitors who spend on tickets for flights to the north-eastern state in India to enjoy heart-pleasing wildlife expeditions.

“Although the annual monsoon is over, several low-lying areas of the park are still under water, so tourists will be restricted from these areas while visiting the park,” said an official.

Safari lovers booking cheap tickets on flights to India will surely be pleased to know that elephant safaris restarted on November 1, 2012! However, jeep safari services will still take a few weeks before starting operations.

Online sources also quoted authorities as informing vacationers booking flights tickets to this enchanting nature reserve of India that the roads and bridges are being repaired to ensure smooth jeep safari experiences.

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