Bagh-e-Bahu

Bagh-e-Bahu is located on the bank of Tawi River near the famous Bahu Fort. It is 4 kms away from the Jammu Tawi Railway Station and 9 kms. away from the Jammu Airport. Jammu is the largest rail-head of this part of India and connected by all the major cities on Indian Railway Network. Jammu Airport is connected primarily to Delhi and other Indian cities like Mumbai, Jaipur, Sri Nagar by the major airlines like Air India and Jet Lite as well as the other low cost airlines. Availability of cheap flight tickets make air travel a popular choice among the travelers, who want to travel on budget and have the shortage of time.

The subcontinent's largest underground aquarium in Jammu's Bagh-I-Bahu area is drawing a large number of tourists ever since it was opened to the public.

Besides students, the aquarium has become a centre of attraction for tourists, giving them an opportunity to revel in the exotic aquatic world. The aquarium has attracted large number of tourists visiting the State. The aquarium-cum-awareness centre comprises of 24 aquarium caves including 13 small caves for holding freshwater fishes, two large caves for holding marine water fishes and nine medium sized aquariums for holding marine and fresh water fishes. It has state-of-the-art equipment, a public gallery, museum, laboratory and a multimedia conference hall. The entrance is designed in the shape of the mouth of a fish and the exit in the shape of a fish tail. The aquarium houses a museum where 400 varieties of freshwater and marine fish are on display.

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