The Cactus Garden is a one-of-a-kind botanical garden at the Statue of Unity site that was designed to showcase a wide range of Cacti, the true miracles of adaptation. The idea behind the creation of the cactus garden is to provide an experience of the desert ecosystem in the midst of a landmass surrounded by water. 30000 plants of 350 species are spread across 20 acres of land. A grand architectural greenhouse that serves as an ecological habitat for nearly 400 national and international cacti and succulent plant species. These cacti and succulent species are native to 17 countries around the world, primarily in North and South America and Africa.