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Best place to visit with kids in Ahmedabad

Sugar Rush Outdoors
Places in Ahmedabad have surged in a while and people have taken new roads to explore new ways of fun and frolic. In this period of lockdown and holidays hovering, it has turned difficult to let little devils lock themselves. Over and above a little outing with proper precautions do not do any harm. Amidst such dullness that taken a toll over the world, a little sunshine exists amid the greenery in Ahmedabad. Located in Ghuma, a cosy place owned and run by partners Amrita, Soham, Manjula aunty, Rahul, Akanksha and her husband has won the heart of people. Animal lover or non-animal lover, this place is sure to win your heart. There are ample places to visit in Ahmedabad, however, one with such concept of taming and raising animals that were either given to them by friends or they found abandoned is spellbinding. Animals are raised and nurtured with due care, love, compassion that every visitor can feel in the warmth given by the caretakers and love in the eyes of animals.Animals are well trained to behave fantastically with visitors and each visitor, let it be a small or an adult gets bonded with an animal in such a manner that it gets difficult to say goodbye at the end of the entire visit. Akanksha who takes care of the animal’s guides each of the visitors politely and comforting animals and visitors both together. She is very charming and gracious. My one-and-a-half-year-old boy was so glued to animals that he didn’t want to leave the place. It was his first outing after the pandemic hit and he adored it to the core.Pre-booking goes as a part of safety precautions and online payment is only accepted. You have to pre-book your sessions that go around in a batch of hours. They follow all the necessary corona guidelines to avoid any situation. Hand sanitizer is used judiciously to avoid anything after every session with each animal. Surfaces are sanitised regularly. Also, to avoid crowding a minimum number of persons are allowed in the batch who are further divided into a group of 10.Time slots for each batch
Morning: 09:30 A.M. to 10:30 A.M. & 11:00 A.M. to 12:00 P.M.
Evening: 03:00 P.M. to 04:00 P.M. & 4:30 P.M. to 5:30 P.M.
They are closed on Monday.
Don’t forget, you must have a reservation for timed entry. WhatsApp on 63588 36524 to book your visit.Entry fees:
Entry fees are priced at ₹500 per person (rates are same for both adults and kids; children under the age of 1 year will not be charged) inclusive of animal interaction (feeding, touching, interacting with various breeds of rabbits, guinea pigs, rats, chickens, pigeons, turkeys, emus, ducks, geese, goats, sheep, donkeys, pigs, and a mule). Please note you will have to prebook your visit.For booking, it is vital to send the date and time, and a number of persons for visit and they will send you a payment link to book your visit.You can bring water bottles and other necessary supplies that you may need during your visit.
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Ones to touch base there you are asked to wait for a while so that some guide is available for the entire session. The place is located amidst greenery and you are greeted with much polite Akanksha who happens to be the wife of one of the partners and takes care of the farm.Geese and geese everywhere. Never in my life I have fed geese with food grains. It was fun feeding geese with spoons. All Geese had fun enjoying their feed and later they all headed for water in a pond nearby. The place also had a goat, mountain sheep, pigs, ducks, donkey and a mule called a buddha. He happened to be the oldest on the farm. He was used scrupulously to carry a heavy load and ones he couldn’t do it any more he was abandoned by the owner. He was rescued by the farm people and buddha the mule found his forever home. The mule was so accustomed to hugs and love that he never wanted to be caged. He always wanted to be around the caretakers. Mountain sheep was naughty enough to take feed from you hand ones you ask her to jump from one stand to other. All the animals are so lovely, obeying though we get to see them for the first time.
The entire farm was divided into parts. After finishing one part we were headed towards the other and to our surprise, it was a part of Rabbits. Rabbits and rabbits everywhere. Jumping, enjoying, rushing, running, crawling and trying to snatch feed from your hand. They were so pretty and chubby that we were blushing throughout the session. My 1.5-year-old had fun feeding rabbits till they got contended. We had fun looking at the little one really having a fun time amid the animals.

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What next! Surprises couldn’t end. We had a session with guinea pigs and lion-headed rabbits. They were tiny and we fed them with apples and carrots. We met Krish the rat. He is famous enough to have an Instagram page of his own. We also visited chicks, ostrich and pigeons. Pigeons were so in love with the place that though the cage was open they never wanted to fly away. We fed each animal to our heart’s content and we also met 5 hours old chick. The visit was so hypnotic that we never wanted to leave it. Our next visit to feed the animals is surely booked. Visit this place and you are sure to fall in love with the animals. Love, compassion and care are what we need in this world. Let it animals or human, but when you meet these animals you feel touched, you feel rooted and love for our nature, our God and his existence just augments to a different dimension.

There are enough places to visit in Ahmedabad but make sure to visit this place with family and friends and if you have kids running around, this place is a cherry on the cakeFor more such amazing places around
I have already mentioned the contact number in the article. You can book right away. Also, check the entire address:
Sugar rush outdoors
09 dev Vatika,
Near Pleasure Club
Ghuma
Ahmedabad – 380 058

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