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Kevadia, the new home of tourists: A glimpse of the whole world can be seen in this one place of Gujarat

Kevadia, the new home of tourists: A glimpse of the whole world can be seen in this one place of Gujarat

Kevadia, the new home of tourists: A glimpse of the whole world can be seen in this one place of Gujarat

Kevadia, the new home of tourists: A glimpse of the whole world can be seen in this one place of Gujarat, the cost of travel per person is Rs.2900.

 It will cost around Rs 2,500 for the children to roam in all the activities of Kevadia
 These expenses are for travel only, the rest of the meal has to be paid separately

 Various tourism projects have been launched at Kevadia, the site of the world's largest Sardar Patel statue, with a total of 21 projects being prepared.  Of these, 17 projects have been opened.  Projects including Sea-Plane, Cruise, River Rafting, Ekta Mall, Jungle Safari, Butterfly Garden are involved, which means that now tourists will get a glimpse of the world famous place in Gujarat, but the first thought among the visitors is the cost.  In view of this, let us know the details of how much it will cost you to travel to Kevadia and what kind of facilities will be available to you through this report today.  Of these, entry tickets for different projects are Rs.  2900, while children's around 2500 rupees.  This price is only for Kevadia ... If you stay there or have tea, water, snacks or meals, you will have to spend money separately.
The number of tourists may increase during the Diwali festival, which was 22,434 per day in 2019
 Projects including jungle safari, river rafting, Ekta Mall, Children's Park can see huge crowds of tourists during the Diwali festivities.  The steady influx of tourists has increased in the first year since the Sardar Patel statue was inaugurated on October 31, 2018.  Last Diwali, 2,91,640 tourists visited, double the number in the previous year.  The average number of tourists per day during the Diwali holidays in 2019 was 22,434 as against the average of 14,918 tourists per day during the 2018 Diwali holidays.  Then now with the start of other projects along with the Statue of Unity, the number of tourists from home and abroad may increase.
 What will be the view around Kevadia?
 - World Forest: Here are all seven continental herbs, plants and trees, which play an important role in realizing the sense of unity in diversity from a global perspective.  The forest is constructed in such a way that the visitor experiences the natural forest of each zone.
 - Ekta Nursery: Narendra Modi's motive behind the inauguration of this nursery is that whenever the visitors return from here, they take a plant called 'Plant of Unity' from this nursery.  At the initial stage, a target of one lakh plants has been set, out of which 30,000 seedlings are ready for sale.
 - Butterfly Garden: This butterfly garden has been carefully designed to allow visitors to see and enjoy the beautiful and colorful nature of the Statue of Unity.  Spread over 6 acres, the vast park is home to 45 species of plants and 38 species of butterflies.
Jungle Safari: The park and safari is located at a distance of about two kilometers from the Statue of Unity and 5,55,240 square meters.
 - Ekta Auditorium: A community hall with a built-up area of ​​1700 square meters called Ekta Auditorium has been constructed.  The auditorium will host socio-cultural events such as music, dance, drama, workshops, food and art and literature festivals, with a seating capacity of 700 people.
 - River Rafting: River Rafting is an adventure game.  It will be a great opportunity for adventurers to experience such a unique experience.
 - Cactus Garden: Different species of Thor are found in this garden.  Thor is an attractive and growing plant in different shapes and sizes.  Thor is a native American plant, while it is also found in Patagonia, northern and southern Canada.
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