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Andhra Pradesh may soon become the hub of eco-tourism to attract tourist

Andhra Pradesh is home to some of the most stunning natural sights attracting tourists.

Andhra Pradesh may soon become the hub of eco-tourism. According to a recent report, the state government of Andhra Pradesh is planning to develop four famous tourism spots into major eco-tourism centres by creating additional infrastructure for the tourists. Community Based Eco-Tourism (CBET) spots being managed by the forest department, will also be upgraded with new facilities. According to their website, Vanavihari is an initiative of the Government of Andhra Pradesh through its forest department. It is owned by Andhra Pradesh Forest Department and maintained by CBET in Maredumilli. The region in Andhra Pradesh is home to semi-evergreen trees, on terrains that form part of the Eastern Ghats. The Times of India reports that the state’s tourism and forest department will come together to work on the new projects. Speaking to the national daily, AP Tourism Development Corporation (APTDC) chairman A Vijayaprasada Reddy said they are working on plans to convert Pulicat, Nelapattu, Koringa and Papikondalu as “mega ecotourism centres” to attract tourists even from overseas.

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