The Statue of Unity is the world's tallest statue, with a height of 182 metres, located near Kevadia in the state of Gujarat, India.
Recognising the importance of these medicinal plants, the Statue of Unity site plans to have an Arogya Van spread over an area of about 15 acres. This garden will exhibit a wide range of medicinal plants and health-related landscapes. This garden aims to raise awareness about the important role of plants in the wellness of human beings. Emphasis will also be laid on Yoga, Ayurveda and Meditation."
Unity Glow Garden
Unity Glow Garden is a park with glowing artifacts. It is a unique attraction, difficult to find anywhere else in India. The place should be visited after sunset as in daylight, the glow of various attractions won't be visible. Best to visit after Statue of Unity laser show.
The Butterfly Garden along the banks of Narmada river, makes it an attractive spot to appreciate the assortment of these flying jewels. The garden harbours more than 70 species of butterflies. The garden is covering 10 acres of area with 150 species of nectar plants and larval host plants. Special care has been taken in the landscaping of the park to support the diversity of butterfly species.
This unusually themed garden is equally interesting, with nearly 450 varieties of cactus and succulents. Spread over an area of 8 acres, it houses different species of cactus from India as well as other countries. Apart from cacti, the garden features solar energy and about 2.5 lac ornamental plants too.