Tourists arrive at Ranthambore: After 70 days, Mars again in the forest; On the first day, 11 tourists visited three gypsies and 10 tourists visited one center. Sawai Madhopur3 hours ago The tigress Riddhi (T-124), sitting near the Rajbagh lake, was seen by tourists in the evening shift. – The tigress Riddhi (T-124), sitting near the Rajbagh lake, was seen by tourists in the evening shift. Tourists of Tiger T-120, Tigress Arrowhead and Riddhi visited.
Following the orders of the state government, tourism activities have resumed in Ranthambore National Park after 70 days. Chief Conservator of Forest of Ranthambore Tiger Project, Wildlife and Area Director T.C. Verma said that Ranthambore Sanctuary, which was closed since April 17, has issued orders to start tourism activities on Friday with certain conditions.
Due to this, on the first day of the opening of the forest, in the evening shift, three gypsies and one of the tourists visited the forest and saw wild animals. Verma, Chief Conservator of Forests, Wildlife and Area Director of Ranthambore Tiger Project, told in the office orders to open Ranthambore National Park that all the tourists, drivers, natural guides and EDC guides have followed the guidelines issued by the Central and State Governments in relation to Kovid-19. The cradle will be done.
The first shift timings for the park tour will be from 6 am to 9:30 am and the evening shift will be from 1:15 pm to 4:45 pm. In addition to the driver and guide in tourist vehicle gypsy, only four tourists and ten tourists will be allowed in the centre. All charges will be borne by these tourists.
Weekend Curfew: Tourism closed on Sundays Off-line tickets will be issued from the Shilpgram booking window till online ticketing for tourism is in place. The park will remain closed for tourism on Sundays during the weekend curfew issued by the state government. Social distancing and wearing of masks will be mandatory during tourism. Legal action will be taken if the instructions are not followed. On the first day, a total of 21 people, including 11 in three gypsies and 10 tourists in one centre, visited.
Tourists took a forest tour in zone number three and four
After issuing orders to start tourism activities by the Chief Conservator of Forests, Wildlife and Area Director of Ranthambore Tiger Project, following the orders of the government, on the first day on Friday, in the evening shift, three gypsies and one center in zone number three and four were riding. Went for a forest tour. During this, tourists saw Tiger T-120 at Singhdwar, Tigress Arrowhead and Tigress Riddhi roaming freely in Rajbagh. Along with this, other wildlife’s antics were captured in their cameras.
Today 20 seat Book in Advance
According to ACF Tourism Sumit Bansal there is an advance book of thirty seat gypsy. One gypsy is booked for three number zone and three gypsy is booked for two number zone. Tourists have to resort to advance booking and offline booking.
Off line booking immediately, online booking closed After the orders of the CCF to start tourism activities in Ranthambore National Park, tourists have traveled in zones three and four in the evening shift on Friday, riding in three gypsies and one center. A 20 seat gypsy is booked in advance for the park tour on Saturday. Offline booking will be done immediately. Online booking is currently closed. Amit Bansal, ACF Tourism, Ranthambore National Park Sawai Madhopur