Debrigarh Jungle Safari opens for travelers

SAMBALPUR: The Forest branch on Wednesday released Jungle Safari in Debrigarh Wildlife Sanctuary to attract extra vacationers to the sanctuary. Two camper motors were engaged within the flora and fauna sanctuary for the provider. Located at a distance of 40 km from the metropolis, the sanctuary is unfolded over 362 sq.Km in Bargarh and Sambalpur districts. While the hills end near Hirakud dam in Sambalpur district on the only facet, the opposite side of the hill range is attached with Gomarda Wildlife Sanctuary in Raigarh district of Chhattisgarh.

Divisional Forest Officer (DFO) of Hirakud Wildlife Division Sanath Kumar N stated camper automobiles with the sporting ability of eight humans every is to be had for the jungle safari. The coal major, Mahanadi Coalfields Limited (MCL), has supplied the two motors beneath its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). The price of the two cars is `18.39 lakh, he said.

The forest professional similarly stated the jungle safari is being controlled by Dhodrokusum Eco Development Committee (EDC). The branch will offer driver except a guide in each automobile. The motors will take the tourists to at least 15 km within the sanctuary for viewing of the wild animals and `2,000 could be charged for each trip inside the automobiles, he said.

The branch has additionally planned you bought 4 greater automobiles with wearing potential of 12 individuals each earlier than September this 12 months. They will no longer allow access of personal cars into the sanctuary after four cars are procured, he informed. Debrigarh offers a herbal habitat to a selection of the natural world in the sanctuary. The sanctuary is domestic to wild animals like leopard, bison, hyena, noticed deer and sloth undergo besides a bunch of migratory birds.

The travellers can avail the accommodation facility available in the sanctuary. There are five double-mattress cottages and a dormitory besides a two-storey building with eight double-mattress rooms within the sanctuary. The inflow of travellers to the sanctuary is in all likelihood to boom with the launching of the jungle safari.

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