One of the most well-known tiger reserves in India is the Ranthambore Tiger Reserve near Sawai Madhopur, Rajasthan. Tourists waited for the safari to open its gate so they could see the majestic predators in their natural habitat, and on October 1 the park was comprehensively opened to public once more. However, due to the severe rainfall in the region, some of the safari's zones were closed last week. Due to the safari path being clogged by severe rain on October 9, zones 1 to 5 were closed. The tourists, however, were directed to zones 6 to 8.
The roads leading to the Ganesh temple and Bodal village, both in Sawai Madhopur, are obstructed by water. As the city tourism month has only recently begun and throngs of tourists are frequently visiting the Safari every day, the government and tourism department will look at renovating the roads so that such a case is not repeated.