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HPTDC Approves Proposal For Setting Up Eco-Tourism Camps In Sangla


http://www.travelbizmonitor.com/hptdc-approves-proposal-for-setting-up-ecotourism-camps-in-sangla-15255

28 December 2011

Mumbai:
In a bid to promote Eco-Tourism in the tribal areas of the state, the Himachal Pradesh Tourism Development Corporation has approved a proposal for setting up an Eco-Tourism-cum-Nature Camp of pre-fabricated Tourist Huts at Sangla in Kinnaur district.

Speaking about the initiative, Prem Kumar Dhumal, Chief Minister, Himachal Pradesh, said that the Sangla area in the tribal district of Kinnaur was coming up as a preferred destination for nature lovers and visitor arrivals were increasing year-on-year, according to a report by orissadiary.com.
“Keeping the demand in view, the HPTDC would be developing an Eco Tourism-cum-Nature Camp in the area to promote Eco-Tourism in the tribal areas of the state. Upgradation and modernisation of existing passenger lifts in Shimla connecting Cart road with the Mall road would be undertaken, and one additional lift, with a capacity of 13 persons, would also be constructed adjacent to the existing lift. Possibilities would also be explored to construct elevators in the town so that people could conveniently land on The Mall road.”