Children's Park Opens in Mewar Biodiversity Park

Children's Park Opens in Mewar Biodiversity Park

Exploring nearby attractions...

Amberi Children Park

The Forest Department has unveiled a new children's park within the scenic Mewar Biodiversity Park situated in Amberi. Catering specifically to children aged 5 to 15 years, the park have a variety of engaging activities. The park, with an expenditure of Rs 25 lakh, aims to provide a fun-filled environment for young visitors.

Featuring a total of 11 adventure activities, children can enjoy thrilling experiences such as Ninja Bridge, Bamboo Bridge, Wall Climbing, and more. In addition to the adventure activities, the park also offers educational opportunities with informative boards showcasing the diverse flora within its premises. Modeled after the Luv Kush Vatika in Machhla Magra, Udaipur, this park promises a blend of recreation and learning.

Moreover, the department has undertaken the construction of a Butterfly Park adjacent to the children's park. Both parks are slated for inauguration post the pandemic restrictions.

With an average of 3 to 4 thousand tourists visiting the park monthly, the addition of new adventure games is expected to boost tourist numbers. The introduction of treehouses and watchtowers offers visitors panoramic views of the surrounding forest.mThe 100-meter-long zip line has quickly become a favorite among park-goers, further enhancing the visitor experience.

Exploring Nearby Attractions

Adjacent to the park, the department manages Purohito Ka Talab and the Valley of Flowers, providing additional attractions for tourists. Recently, adventure activities such as sky cycling and wall climbing have been introduced in the Valley of Flowers. The sky cycling route spans 85 meters, while the wall climbing height reaches 60 feet, allowing visitors to enjoy stunning views of the valley below.

With these exciting developments, the Mewar Biodiversity Park emerges as a hub for recreational activities and natural exploration, promising memorable experiences for visitors of all ages.

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