Rajiv Gandhi Orang National Park and Tiger Reserve in Darrang district will be reopened for visitors from November 1, 2020.
This was stated in a press communique issued by the divisional forest officer (DFO), Wildlife, Mangaldai Division on Tuesday.
The national park was earlier closed in the month of March due to the nationwide lockdown.
The park, which is also known as the mini Kaziranga, is the natural habitation of 101 numbers of one-horned rhino and 21 numbers of Royal Bengal Tiger as recorded in 2018.
Besides rhino and tiger, the national park is also home to several other wildlife species of conservation importance including wild elephant, buffalo, hog deer, pygmy hog and Bengal florican among others.
The park covers an area of nearly 79 square kilometre.
The park is located on the northern bank of the Brahmaputra River
It was established as a sanctuary in 1985 and was declared a national park on April 13, 1999.