In a bid to attract more tourists and allow them to witness tigers in their natural habitat, Nahargarh will soon have lion safaris for the visitors’ entertainment. The latest reports on the project suggest that the civil construction for the safari is going to get started soon. For this, the horticulture wing of JDA has also set aside INR 4 Crores for the work involved in the execution.
It’s going to be managed by JDA which will take care of the building of boundaries, fencing, machans and all such elements that will facilitate the safari. The officials have revealed that the project will take 12 months until it’s executed and soon a proposed plan will also be made.
As the safari is being developed by the forest department, the construction will be carried out in accordance with the rules set by wildlife authorities. The aim is to promote tourism in the area and offer more to the tourists who visit the Nahargarh and Amber Forts.
This is going to be the second safari in the state after Jhalana’s leopard safari that was opened for visitors recently. Wildlife is an important aspect of any state and Rajasthan is making remarkable efforts to not only secure the beautiful animals but is also ensuring that they are valued in their own natural habitat.