The state government of Andhra Pradesh has announced its plans to boost the tourism economy of the state. One of the initiatives that were announced recently, was to develop the infrastructure of the Gandikota village in Andhra Pradesh. The plans for the development are underway. One of the first projects is to develop a ropeway. Necessary funding has been allocated to these projects.
Recently, several state governments are working towards improving the tourism sector. Projects to develop infrastructure, develop sustainable tourism activities, and create jobs for the locals have been announced for many places in India. With the Omicron cases increasing, the international tourists might further delay their travel plans to India.
The tourism minister of Andhra Pradesh has said that the Borra Caves will specifically be developed for tourism. The tourism experiences such as adventure and water sports activities will also be developed.
Andhra Pradesh is quite a popular destination in South India and Gandikota Village is one of the most beautiful villages that are popular among travelers. Following is the news article from ‘Times of India’ reporting about the developmental plans for Gandikota village in Andhra Pradesh.