Both the Sajjangarh Biological Park and Sajjangarh draw a significant number of tourists, but Sajjangarh, in particular, is attracting the highest number of visitors. During Diwali, the tourist data reveals that Sajjangarh received almost three times the number of visitors compared to the Biological Park. Between November 13 and 19, a significant crowd of 60-70 thousand tourists flocked to Udaipur to celebrate Diwali.
Among these, over 27,000 chose to explore the offerings of Sajjangarh Biological Park. Specifically, 27,582 tourists were drawn to Sajjangarh itself. Meanwhile, the Biological Park attracted 9,581 tourists.
The population of wild animals is steadily declining in this area. Notably, iconic wildlife such as Damini, the White Tiger Rama, a Panther, and others have tragically passed away. Unfortunately, there has been a prolonged absence of new wildlife sightings in this region.
Consequently, the Biological Park is failing to attract tourists. Despite significant opportunities for eco-tourism in Mewar, the insufficient promotion by the Forest Department has resulted in a lack of tourist influx.
Source: Rajasthan Patrika