World’s Largest Animal Safari Park to come up in Aravali; Tagbin joins as the Lead Designer
New Delhi, 3rd February 2024: The under-design Aravali Safari Park is to come up in the Aravali Hill range spanning over Gurugram, Nuh and Sohna districts in Haryana. At more than 10,000 acres, the park will be the largest such facility anywhere in the world upon completion.
Tagbin, the designer behind many iconic Indian projects such as Pradhanmantri Sangrahlaya, Hologram Statue Of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, Har Ghar Tiranga, Mother of Democracy exhibition in G20 Delhi and so on has been roped in to lead the design process in association with “The Logical Zoo”.
Endorsed by the Chief Minister of Haryana, Shri Manohar Lal Khattar, the Aravalli Safari Park’s initial phase is slated for completion within two years. The Park is to be developed along the concept of a biodiversity park, housing various animals from different parts of the country and the world in controlled environments. As per the experiential-tech firm heading the design and execution of the project, some of the attractions of the Park will be Big Cat enclosures, netted aviaries, climate-controlled biodomes, and day and night vehicular safari. The Park is to also have its own veterinary care facility and animal breeding center.
Saurav Bhaik, CEO of Tagbin, stated, “This initiative aims to restore and re-establish the native fauna and flora which has severely degraded after years of misuse and illegal activities, while also showcasing to the people the various other species found in other parts of the country. By way of interactive and immersive learning our aim is to sensitise visitors towards the need for nature protection and conversation. The park goes beyond constructing the world’s largest safari; it aims to redefine our interaction with and appreciation for the natural world.” He further added, “The park will be designed and constructed as per global best practices of animal keeping. India will host something immersive in this sector for the first time, and we are honoured to have lit the torch.”
Throughout the project’s development, Tagbin remains committed to promoting peaceful coexistence between people and wildlife, offering future generations unforgettable experiences rooted in conservation, education, and sustainable tourism practices.