The Sariska Tiger Reserve in Alwar, Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary and Mukundra Hill Tiger Reserve will soon open new routes for safari.
Rajasthan Forest Department has taken this step to boost tourism in the region.
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Talking about the development, Forest Minister Sukhram Vishnoi said, “In a special effort to promote wildlife tourism, six electric vehicles had already been started at the Jhalana leopard safari in Jaipur.”
He further said that the state government has received significant revenue from the Sariska Tiger Reserve as well as the Ranthambore Tiger Reserve.
Biological parks will also be developed at Machia (Jodhpur), Sajjangarh (Udaipur) and Nahargarh (Jaipur) for boosting tourism. As of now, biological parks at Marudhara (Bikaner) and Abheda (Kota) are in focus for development work.