Que-01: Is this place safe to visit?
Ans: Yes, the forest reserve is a safe place to visit. Many visitors from all around the globe pay a visit to the forest reserve.
Que-02: Is photography allowed in this place?
Ans: Yes, photography is allowed in the forest reserve.
Que-03: Best time to visit the Forest reserve?
Ans: The best time to visit the forest reserve is during the Winter. At that time the weather remains pleasant and it is the perfect time to visit. However, visitors can visit anytime. The visiting time of the forest reserve is flexible. Visitors can visit anytime but it is recommended to visit during the daylight for safety from wild creatures.
Que-04: How many days Forest reserve remains open in a week?
Ans: The forest reserve remains open every day a week.
Que-05: What are the other visiting spots near the Molai forest reserve?
Ans: The other visiting spots near the Molai forest reserve are Hoollongapar Gibbon Sanctuary, Kakochang Waterfalls, Tocklai Tea Research Centre, and Sukapha Samannay Kshetra.
Que-06: Who created the Molai forest reserve?
Ans: The forest reserve was created by Jadav Payeng.
Qus-07: Who is Jadav Payeng?
Ans: Jadav Payeng was born in 1963. He was an environmental activist & forestry worker from Jorhat, India. His nickname was ‘Molai’. He was known as the ‘Forest Man of India’. He single-handedly make the ‘Molai forest reserve’ after working hard for 30 years and the forest name was named after him. He was honored with Padma Shri in 2015, the award is the fourth highest civilian award in India.