Andhra Pradesh might turn into eco-tourism hub

 Saturday, July 9, 2022 


Andhra Pradesh might shortly turn into an eco-tourism hub. The state government is thinking to build up four well-known tourism spots into important eco-tourism centers by creating added infrastructure for tourists.

The existing Vanavihari eco-tourism locale in Maredumilli will also be improved with new amenities. Vanavihari is an idea of the Government of Andhra Pradesh comprising its forest department. The place is owned by Andhra Pradesh Forest Department and preserved by CBET in Maredumilli. It houses semi-evergreen trees on landscape forming part of the Eastern Ghats.

The Andhra Pradesh tourism and forest department will unite to work on the new plans. A Vijayaprasada Reddy, AP Tourism Development Corporation (APTDC) chairman said that they are thinking about converting Pulicat, Koringa, Nelapattu and Papikondalu as “mega eco-tourism centers” to lure tourists even from foreign tourists.

Andhra Pradesh is home to some of the most eye-catching natural tourist attractions, luring tourists who are fascinated with traveling around and discovering the flora and fauna of the area. Maredumilli village in Andhra is home to splendid waterfalls and verdant greenery.

Jalatarangini Waterfalls and Swarnadhara Waterfalls comprise major appeal of the place. Nelapattu, located in the Tirupati district, is well-known for a bird sanctuary with an expanse of almost 1,500 acres. The region is popular for the flamingo festival held by the Andhra Pradesh government to encourage tourism at the Pulicat Lake.

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