Baghdara Nature Park is set to transform into tourist hotspot

Baghdara Nature Park is set to transform into tourist hotspot

Blueprint for Baghdara was presented by the Forest Department...

 
Baghdara Nature Park

In a significant decision aimed at enhancing tourism in the district, officials have announced plans to develop Baghdara Nature Park into a premier destination for visitors. The decision was reached during a joint meeting of the CSR Committee of the Sewage Treatment Plant and the Eco-Tourism Committee, chaired by District Collector Arvind Kumar Poswal at the Collectorate auditorium.

A comprehensive development blueprint for Baghdara was presented by the Forest Department, encompassing various amenities such as a jeep safari line, boundary wall, bamboo plantation, cheetal enclosure, crocodile mounts, children's playground, watchtower, pond construction, and cafeteria. 

The implementation of the development plan will commence in March, divided into two phases. Notably, existing crocodile habitats will be supplemented with a cheetal enclosure, fostering wildlife movement and enriching the wildlife tourism experience.

Operated by Hindustan Zinc Limited, the sewage treatment plant has earmarked an annual expenditure of one crore rupees for the city's development under corporate social responsibility. District Collector Poswal emphasized diverting these funds towards tourism-promoting activities rather than physical infrastructure. 

The focal point of the development plan revolves around transforming Baghdara Nature Park, renowned for its crocodile sanctuary, into a wildlife tourism hub. Additionally, proposals were made to enhance tourism activities in Ubeshwar.

Instructions were issued to beautify selected main roads in the city with flower beds on the dividers. With a budget allocation of Rs 50 lakhs, the plan entails planting seasonal flowers to create visually appealing landscapes that attract pedestrians and tourists alike. 

Source: Rajasthan Patrika

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