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Tourist footfall in Kaziranga national park increases

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Tourist footfall in the globally-renowned Kaziranga national park has increased over the past one year. According to official data, the Kaziranga national park in Assam had received over 2.20 lakh tourists in 2021-22.

The tourist footfall in 2021-22 was the highest in the last 12 years. Increase in tourist footfall in the Kaziranga national park ensured that the revenue earned by the park cross the Rs 4 crore-mark.

However, the number of foreign visitors at the Kaziranga national park dipped over the past two years, mainly due to the COVID-19 pandemic and related restrictions.

In 2021-22, the Kaziranga national park received a total of 2,20,760 tourists, earning a revenue of Rs 4,46,75,660.

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