Great news for tourists is coming from Manas National Park in Assam. According to the news, now tourists can also enjoy a cycle safari in Manas National Park. Giving more details, Manas National Park Supervisor Amol Sharma said that the tourism sector has been adversely affected due to the coronavirus pandemic and Manas National Park has not remained untouched by it. Although night safari was also started to promote tourism, after the stay of the Supreme Court, the night safari has been stopped. After this, cycle safari has been started to protect the tourists.
For this, tourists can enjoy a cycle safari in a phased manner. In the first phase, only 12 tourists will be allowed to go on cycle safaris. Tourists can enjoy cycle safaris around Manas National Park. However, the tourist will have to take necessary precautions to prevent the spread of coronavirus epidemic infection. It is mandatory to wear masks in these and social distance will also have to be followed. Manas National Park also houses a Tiger Reserve, and the park is spread over an area of 2837 square kilometers.
Earlier, Manas National Park was completely closed for several months last year due to the Coronavirus epidemic. After this, on October 2, 2020 AD, the Manas National Park of Assam was opened for tourists. This step of the Assam government can boost tourism. If you also want to enjoy a cycle safari, then you can go to Manas National Park. The government is preparing to run all the trains soon. With this, tourists from all over the country will be able to come to Manas National Park, which can further boost the tourism of Manas National Park.