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Dudhwa’s Gates will open for tourists from November 1, Kovid protocol will be strictly implemented – Dudhwa’s gates will open for tourists from November 1

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The tourism season of Dudhwa Tiger Reserve is starting 15 days before the due date. The doors of Dudhwa will open to tourists on November 1, but this session will be different from the normal tourist season. Due to Kovid-19, tourists and tourism related staff will have to strictly follow the protective measures.

The tourism season of Dudhwa starts at number 15 but this time it is being opened from November 1. After the formal opening on November 1, the tourists will be able to see the beautiful natural beauty of Dudhwa. This time tourists will have to follow the Corona-related guide line.

In this tourist session, only four tourists will be able to sit on the gypsies traveling to the tourists instead of six. The guide and driver will also be together. Mud will have to be applied during Dudhwa stay and excursion. Guides and drivers will also wear masks while on duty. Without applying a mask, the traveler will be fined Rs 500. Apart from this, the guest house and Tharu Hut will be sanitized as soon as the tourists arrive. The canteen will also be sanitized several times a day.

Small children and elderly will not get admission
In this tourist season, children below 10 years and elderly above 60 years will not get admission in Dudhwa.

Tourists will be deprived of riding elephant
This time elephant rides will not be available to tourists. This is being done because it will not be possible to follow the social distance by riding on an elephant.

There will be thermal screening of tourists
Thermal screening will be done at the entrance of tourists visiting Dudhwa. The tourists have been requested not to come for excursion if they are corona positive or have any symptoms.

The tourism season of Dudhwa Tiger Reserve starts from November 1. In this tourism season, tourists and tourism related employees will have to follow the protective guide line related to Kovid-19.
– Sanjay Pathak, Field Director, Dudhwa Tiger Reserve

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  • Not only tourists, Dudhwa employees, drivers and guides will also have to wear masks

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The tourism season of Dudhwa Tiger Reserve is starting 15 days before the due date. The doors of Dudhwa will open to tourists on November 1, but this session will be different from the normal tourist season. Due to Kovid-19, tourists and tourism related staff will have to strictly follow the protective measures.

The tourism season of Dudhwa starts at number 15 but this time it is being opened from November 1. After the formal opening on November 1, the tourists will be able to see the beautiful natural beauty of Dudhwa. This time tourists will have to follow the Corona-related guide line.

In this tourist session, only four tourists will be able to sit on the gypsies traveling to the tourists instead of six. The guide and driver will also be together. Mud will have to be applied during Dudhwa stay and excursion. Guides and drivers will also wear masks while on duty. Without applying a mask, the traveler will be fined Rs 500. Apart from this, the guest house and Tharu Hut will be sanitized as soon as the tourists arrive. The canteen will also be sanitized several times a day.

Small children and elderly will not get admission

In this tourist season, children below 10 years and elderly above 60 years will not get admission in Dudhwa.

Tourists will be deprived of riding elephant
This time elephant rides will not be available to tourists. This is being done because it will not be possible to follow the social distance by riding on an elephant.

There will be thermal screening of tourists
Thermal screening will be done at the entrance of tourists visiting Dudhwa. The tourists have been requested not to come for excursion if they are corona positive or have any symptoms.

The tourism season of Dudhwa Tiger Reserve starts from November 1. In this tourism season, tourists and tourism related employees will have to follow the protective guide line related to Kovid-19.
– Sanjay Pathak, Field Director, Dudhwa Tiger Reserve

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