The popular tourism slogan ‘Khushboo Gujarat Ki’ still strikes a chord, doesn’t it? It does because it inspired millions to breathe in the air of Gujarat and get the flavor of the rich culture and heritage of the state. Famed for being a beautiful blend of tradition, culture, and art, Gujarat is as beautiful as it gets and offers the visitors a unique and unmatched experience. But Gujarat is not just that! It’s much more than just art and culture and an upcoming zoo, namely Kevadia Zoological Park, in Gujarat is now taking all the limelight and now the tourists have got an all-new and different reason to visit Gujarat!
Located on the banks of River Narmada, it is said that the Kevadia Zoological Park covers around 558,240 square meters of area and has over 170 species of animals, including biomes of Africa, Australia, Asia, and America. The zoo is opened for a trial and runs on an experimental basis on 18th February 2020 and is expected to become a major attraction for tourists and is designed in a unique manner that allows the tourists to interact with the wildlife.
You can sight impala, lions, antelopes, rhinos, giraffes, bison, tigers, zebras, and a lot more. And the interesting part is that here you can indulge in a Safari too! Located just 2 kilometers away from the Statue of Unity, the Kevadia National Park is aimed at offering the tourists a unique experience and is a complete package. Housing 7 elevations and 16 enclosures and two bird aviaries spread around 1.5 ha, this zoological park is something you can’t miss!
So, that is all about the Gujarat Kevadia National Park and is something you must visit on your trip to Gujarat! This Zoological Park is like no other and has a lot to offer to its visitors. From witnessing leopards and tigers to taking a wildlife safari, the Kevadia Zoological Park isn’t short on adventures and taking a stroll in the lush greenery will take away all your worries!
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