Most Interesting Facts about Denmark | Denmark Facts and Information
Jun 3, 2019 Kashmir
Synopsis: Kashmir’s Dal Lake will soon get 5 new charming villages that work to promote tourism. The villages are developed with a wide range of accommodation options for visitors that eventually brought more opportunities for locals to earn livelihoods.
The Dal Lake in Kashmir is already a famous tourist spot in the state experiencing more visitors than any other location in the state. It is the second-largest lake in Jammu and Kashmir and soon it will become a more prominent tourist location as the government has decided to invest in the development of 5 more villages located on the shore of the lake.
This project to develop five villages named Akhoon Mohalla, Kachri Mohalla, Tinda Mohallah, Sofi Mohalla, and a vegetable market comes under the Tourist Villages Development program. People are anticipating this as a great initiative not just to promote tourism but this will also to bring new opportunities to earn livelihood for locals.
The plan includes the construction of hotels, restaurants, shops, and other facilities. Tourists will get grandeur homestay facilities with all the basic amenities in these villages. Government is ready to invest 100 cr in the development of these villages and it will take around three years to complete the project with full momentum.
Every village that is selected for development has its unique USPs and the government will work only to Carve its beauty. In the future, these villages will also be promoted as potential shooting sites for movies.
Once the development project gets finished, visitors will get a wholesome experience in these tourist villages.
If sitting on a shikhara and submerging yourself in the peacefulness of Dal Lake has forever been on your list of must-dos, then, at that point, we should give you more motivation to make your fantasies work out as expected. Kashmir’s Dal Lake will before long layout 5 new vacationer towns encompassing dazzling vistas.
Many regions in Jammu and Kashmir are lagging in providing optimum facilities to visitors. But with this project, the government is aiming to get more tourists in the state in the coming years and arrange more opportunities for the locals to gather a handsome livelihood.
The new tourist villages are expected to help boost the state’s tourism industry which has suffered due to the ongoing unrest in the valley.
Adequate Travel helps you find travel partners according to your likes and interests. Download the Adequate Travel app to meet new people and form instant connections.