Now Visitors Can Get a Chopper Ride At Statue of Unity For A Panoramic View

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Now Visitors Can Get a Chopper Ride At Statue of Unity For A Panoramic View

Statue of Unity is built in the memory of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel. Many of the tourists have been visiting the world’s largest statue which was inaugurated on October 31. The 182-meter tall structure is twice the size of the Statue of Liberty. Interestingly, it is being reported that, now, people can enjoy a helicopter ride for a better view of the statue. While many of the visitors are thrilled at the sight of the construction of the statue, others felt that the statue could have more finishing if some more efforts were put on construction.

On Sunday, the helicopter ride was established at the giant statue. Since then 59 visitors and six mix persons have used the service which costs around Rs. 2900 for 10 minutes. The statue is built on an American structure and has a museum and audio gallery which depicts the life of India’s iron man.

Not only this, but a laser light show is also organized for the audience that shows the unification of India to tend to tourists needs. Space is already accessed with specialized boats in order to avoid vehicular traffic and pollution. And now the tourists can enjoy their visit by getting a view from the top of the giant statue in a chopper.

Some of the reports suggested that the chopper ride is available for 10 minutes at a price of Rs 2900. At a time, a group of five to seven person can take the ride. According to the website, the total price excluding the bus fare is Rs 1000. It was built at a cost of total Rs 3000 crore which has been taken by 59 visitors and six media person till now.

This fantastic idea has been established to give the tourist a panoramic view of the unique idol. A visitor will be able to get an aerial view of the Sardar Sarovar Dam, Narmada River, and the Satpura and Vindhya Hills. It is being noted that 15,000 visitors visit the statue every day which is pretty much more than the expectations.

Published by Isha Kataria on 26 Dec 2018

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