Tourism in Udupi to be Developed: Union Government-Funded Projects Worth ₹ 2,245 Crore All Set

Tourism in Udupi to be Developed: Union Government-Funded Projects Worth ₹ 2,245 Crore All Set

December 29:  Udupi-Chikkamagaluru Member of Parliament Shobha Karandlaje said that Udupi district is set to get 15 Union government-funded projects worth ₹ 2,245 crore for developing tourism sector.
MP Shobha mentioned that of the total projects, 13 worth ₹ 2,103 crore are in the proposal stage. Another project for constructing a fisheries harbour at Hejamadi Kodi at an estimated cost of ₹ 139 crore is in the planning stage. One more project worth ₹ 3 crore, which is for skill development in port and marine sector, is being implemented now. Among the tourism projects proposed were development of Panchagangolli Island, island hopping circuit development, Jain spiritual circuit development, development of Kodi-Kundapur beach and ferry service from Kalyanpura bridge to Mabukala bridge. Along with this, setting up of a sea food park in Gangolli and development of tourism circuit along Udupi-Malpe beach, including Kaup, Padubidri, Shiroor, Trasi and Maravanthe, has been proposed, she added. The State and Union governments have together spent ₹ 10.68 crores for developing the Pabubidri End Point Beach to meet the requirements of Blue Flag certification. Additional proposal for ₹ 6.10 crore has been sent to the government to widen the road leading to the beach. The proposal also covers developing the island abutting the backwater and for constructing a retaining wall along the backwater adjoining the parking area.

 

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