In measures of making more ways for tourism, Chandna State minister inaugrated Jungle Safari. To take the district forward in the field of tourism, the first jungle safari started in Bundi’s Tiger Reserve Ramgarh Vishdhari Wildlife Sanctuary on Friday. Minister of State for Youth Affairs, Sports and Information and Public Relations Shri Ashok Chandna inaugurated the Jungle Safari by flagging it off from Van Naka at Dalelpura.
On this occasion, Minister of State Shri Chandna said, “The launch of Safari in Tiger Century is a lifeline for the entire district. Thus, in the coming times, the doors of employment will open for the young generation. Along with this, new dimensions of development will be established. Tourists coming from every corner of the country will be content and the people of the area will get new opportunities. All the officers of the Forest Department deserve congratulations for this”. District Collector Dr. Ravindra Goswami while congratulating the people of the district on the commencement of Jungle Safari in Tiger Reserve said, “This will start tourism and connect people with the environment. In the coming days, Bundi will establish new dimensions of development.”
Deputy Conservator of Forests and Deputy Field Director of Ramgarh Vishdhari Tiger Reserve Sanjeev Sharma said, “There is a lot of enthusiasm among the people. It is a historic day for Bundi. Due to the increase in tourism people will get employment and there will be development here. He said that due to an increase in tourism activities in the future, there will be immense development in Bundi as well. He later added that in the jungle safari that started on Friday, 4 foreign and 14 native tourists were taken on a jungle tour through Gypsy.
He stated, “Tiger Reserve Ramgarh Vishdhari Wildlife Sanctuary has many features. It is about 1500 sq. km. It is spread over forest in a core area of 500 sq. km. Various species of creatures and animals reside in it. With all these features, this sanctuary will emerge as a major center of attraction for tourists in the coming days.”
Tiger, panther, chitli, deer, bear, wild cat, chital, sambhar, fox, nilgai, chital, stag, monkey, langur, mongoose, squirrel, porcupine, etc will be seen in this sanctuary. In this haven of nature, these faunas will be seen on the route of jungle safari. Apart from this, about one hundred birds including peacock, quail, pigeon, heron, eagle, vulture, owl, sparrow, and parrot will also be witnessed.