The Rajaji Tiger Reserve administration has categorically refused to increase the fare of the jungle safari.



The park administration says a fare of Rs 2350 is being charged for the 36 km safari, which is sufficient. Tiger Reserve Director DK Singh says that if the safari operators recover more from the tourists, their licenses will be canceled.

Please tell that in the meeting of the officials of the Rajaji Tiger Reserve Safari Welfare Society, it was agreed that the fare of the Safari should be increased from Rs 2350 to Rs 3250. Officials of the society say that it was agreed in the meeting of the officials of the Park Administration in the past, but this has not been done. Shashi Ranakoti, general secretary of the Safari Welfare Society, says that in view of inflation, the park administration should increase the fare of the safari.

At the same time, Rajaji Tiger Reserve Director DK Singh says that the increase in Safari fares cannot be allowed. A fare of 2350 rupees is being charged from tourists in lieu of a 36 km safari, which is sufficient. Said that if the operators associated with Safari increase the fares in an arbitrary manner, their licenses will be canceled.

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