Kerala to develop 150km tourism circuit
November 10 (TravelAndy): The state of Kerala in South India is set to develop one of the country’s first mega tourism circuits, said reports.
The 150km long circuit will be developed in the Pathanamthitta-Gavi-Vagamon-Thekkady region of central Kerala.
Adventure tourism activities including buggy walks, shooting arena, archery arena, pain ball arena, Burma bridge, trampoline walk, rock climbing, multi-line walk and earthquake walk will be available for tourists. A 6km nature trail along the pain valley forest will also be in place.
This project under the Centre’s ‘Swadesh Darshan’ programme intends to promote theme-based tourism.
This circuit will extend from Angamoozhy in Pathanamthitta to Vagamon covering about 150km.
Kerala tourism minister A.P. Anilkumar said, “The development of a mega tourism circuit will not only create tourism infrastructure of global standards, but also lead to creation of jobs.”