Published on : Tuesday, October 19, 2021
The Tamil Nadu Forest Department is planning to introduce adventure activities at the AnnavariMuttal eco-tourism site for betterment of tourist amenities.
The AnnavariMuttal eco-tourism site located near Attur has a waterfall and a lake and the site was improved to provide means of support to tribal people at the locality. As part of improving visitors’ amenities at the AnnavariMuttal falls, the Forest Department has planned to present various activities like kayaking and zipline at the Muttal lake along with visitor refreshment facilities at the waterfalls.
District Forest Officer R. Gowtham said that the eco-tourism centeris witnessing better footfall afterrecommencement of activities with easing of COVID-19 restrictions. The Forest Department has planned to set up benches and seats with animal replicas along the lake.
A watch tower would also be set up. Tourist amenities like barricades, restrooms and changing rooms would also be built near the water falls.
Mr.Gowtham said that a tribal museum and interpretation center to inform visitors about the life of tribal people and their culture would be set up. The entire work is estimated to cost about Rs.10 lakh.