Asia's largest jungle safari will take place from November 1 on 200 acers of land in Chattisgarh
Asia's largest jungle safari will take place from November 1 on 200 acers of land in chattisgarh, Naya Raipur, the high-tech city that will replace Raipur. Prime Minister Raman Singh laid the groundwork for the project, which will take place Friday in the village of khandwa in Naya Raipur. The ₹230crores project is expected to be completed within two years.
According to official estimates, the jungle safari will receive about 10,000 visitors per day. Safaris are available for tigers, lions, bears and other wildlife. This area also has separate areas for carnivores and herbivores in Safari.
In addition to the zoo, the jungle safari has a large 52-hectare body of water. A replica of the famous Kutumsaar cave, located in the Bastar area, is being built in this area so that visitors who come here can see the famous tourist city of Chattisgarh. The bag contains 200,000 sq. The project will build a 206,000 square meter tiger safari and a 2003,000 square meter bear safari.
The Lion Safari is being built on 200,000 square feet of land and the zoo on 97,000 square feet of land. The project will build a 206,000 square meter tiger safari and a 2003,000 square meter bear safari. Jungle Safari will be a new feature of Naya Raipur, the new capital of Chattisgarh, the fourth planned city in the country. The city will feature world-class architects.
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