Now enjoy the Desert Safari in Jaipur too

Jaipur Development Authority (JDA) is leaving no stone unturned to nurture “Desert Theme Park” in 320 acres area of dunes of Kishanbagh situated in Vidhyadhar Nagar. For giving it a proper shape, sand has been brought from Jaisalmer. For this, the expert panel has advised to fill the sand and seeds of the trees and plants that falling off during summer season in the bags and then bring here. It shall be spread here and then a pleasant environment supporting the sand shall be prepared in rainy season.

Clearance received from Forest Department

JDA has obtained the clearance from Forest Department. Although security of the very expensive plant placed in the area is a great concern due to slum areas around the desert area and animals grazing grass on the land accompanied by this desert area. It is also to be seen if the formula of spreading seeds and sand of the desert in this area becomes successful or not. In this situation, forest department sows the seeds in sand by making them in round shapes.

Desert Saffari, Rajasthan Saffari, Jaipur

Main features of planned Desert Safari  

  • Planned on 48 hectare land of Kishanbagh;
  • This area adjacent to Majar Dam of Amaaneeshah;
  • Presently, JDA plans to cover 10 hectare land;
  • Plants growing in desert of Jaisalmer like Dhaak, Kair, Gundi, Indrok, Crons, Gooler, Peepal, Falsa, Gunjan, Khejri, Kullu, cotton, Fog, Sevan, Lana, Temeric, Trekogia shall be placed.


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