Odisha’s Similipal National Park reopens after 3 days of closure

Mayurbhanj: The Similipal National Park in Mayurbhanj district of Odisha has reopened for tourists from today after three continuous days of closure, informed authorities.

Reportedly, the national park was closed for three days on December 4, December 5, and December 6 due to the continuous heavy rainfall. The decision was taken as a precautionary measure for the tourists. However, the tourists were allowed for an overnight stay.

Similipal National Park is the second-largest ecosystem in Asia. Tourists from all over the country congregate in Similipal every year to enjoy the natural beauty flora and fauna.

As many as 35 vehicles will be allowed to pass through Jashipur while 25 vehicles through Baripada Pithabata. The authorities of Simlipal national park have made all necessary arrangements to make sure that all the Covid appropriate rules will be strictly followed by the tourists. The tourists will be allowed to visit the national park after verification of necessary details. The tour and travel guide system has been made mandatory for tourists.

The tourists can book tickets to visit the national park online by logging into websites www.ecotourodisha.comwww.similipal.com, and odishatourism.gov.in.

The authorities have discouraged people from carrying any plastic during the visit to Simlipal National Park. Tourists will have the opportunity to witness some of the major waterfalls like Barehipani and Joranda, added reports. All tourists are required to leave the Joranda and Barehipani waterfalls before 3 pm while before 4 pm from Chahla falls.

Also read: Odisha’s Similipal National Park closed due to heavy rains

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