Friday, August 17, 2012

Kerala to Promote Arippa Forests As Eco-Tourism Hub

God’s Own Country, Kerala has plans in place to tempt the green thumbs to take flights to India. The southern Indian state will promote its immensely beautiful Arippa forests as eco-tourism hub to lure tourists.

The state government will set up new facilities at the location to entice more number of tourists into booking India bound flights to explore the diverse wildlife and unique ecosystem of this picturesque site in the Western Ghats.

A press release of the Kerala Forests Development Corporation (KFDC) states that the department has set up a development plan at the location along the Senkottah highway to proffer improved facilities to the vacationers visiting the southern region of the country after taking flights to India.

As per the development plan, KFDC will establish new accommodation facilities to serve the tourists planning a stay amidst the warmth of Mother Nature. Moreover, the existing guesthouse of the corporation will be renovated and some night camps will be set up to let the travellers enjoy modern day facilities in the midst of untamed settings.

Some locals from the Kani tribe will be hired as guides by the department to assist the visitors in exploring the woods in specific locations.

Apart from Arippa, KFDC is also targeting many other locations like Thenmala and Mankayam to be promoted as key attractions. The regions are known for their extremely beautiful surroundings and are sure to prove instrumental in luring nature devotees to take flights to India to get a slice of its rustic natural exquisiteness.

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