The tourist attraction will be thrown open for visitors from next month, an official of the forest department said.
Visitors will be able to see lions in their natural habitat in the park spanning 38 hectares and enclosed by a fence. They will be taken on a nearly 4 kilometer safari in a closed bus, he added.
To start with, three sub-adult Asiatic lions have been shifted in the area, he said.
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