The Eco Tourism Park, built at a cost of 76.50 lakh, was just inaugurated on Sunday at a distance of just 200 meters from the world’s only white Tiger Safari & Zoo. Spread over an area of almost 100 acres in Mukundpur, this natural park provides facilities for Canopy Walk, Rope Climbing, Tire Walk, Zip Line, Canopy Walk, We Mock Walk, Cycling and Archery for the foreigners. Of these, 300 meters long and 40 feet high canopies will attract the attention of tourists.
Various swings have also been introduced for children. This eco-tourism park along the banks of the Behar river amidst the dense forests of teak is also decorated with 9 planets and 56 constellations. It is also intended to preserve and cultivate extinct species of plants.
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Tourists will get 2 moments of relaxation
While inaugurating the Eco Tourism Park in Mukandpur on Sunday, Minister of State Ramkhelavan Patel said that this natural place will definitely give two moments of peace in the midst of a mundane life. He said that White Tiger Safari and Eco Tourism Park are able to attract the attention of domestic and foreign tourists. Presiding over the occasion, Satna MP Ganesh Singh said that with the inauguration of Eco Park, the fulfillment of this global heritage has been proved. Maximum adventure opportunities will be available here.
He expressed the need for maximum publicity and hoped that a coordinated effort would be made to connect it to the industrial corridor. Rewa MLA and former minister Rajendra Shukla, who was present as a special guest, said that economic activities are encouraged by the facilities of tourism. He said this achievement is icing on the cake.
Shri Shukla said that the trend of foreign tourists will also increase due to the Lalitpur-Singrauli project, Fourlane network, and Air connectivity of Rewa-Satna. Rewa MP Janardan Mishra also expressed his views on the occasion.
Demand for police post also arose for better protection:
On the occasion of the inauguration of Eco Tourism Park in Mukundpur, there were also demands for the renovation of the pond in Mukundpur, opening of a safari gate towards Mukundpur and setting up a police post. DFO Rajesh Rai read the welcome address in the initial phase of the event.
He also informed about future plans related to Eco Tourism Park. Sanjay Raikhede, director of
White Tiger Safari & Zoo, was felicitated and conducted by senior litterateur and journalist Sudama Sharad. Collector Ajay Katesaria. The presence of retired Chief Conservator of Forests RB Sharma was also notable.