The Andhra Pradesh government is planning to improve the state’s tourism sector, starting with the village of Gandikota. As per latest reports, Gandikota is going to get a ropeway very soon, which is going to cost a total of INR 4.50 crore.
According to the state’s Tourism Minister, Muttamsetti Srinivasa Rao, the social infrastructure will also be developed at Borra Caves with an expenditure of INR 2.70 crore and cottages to be constructed at Maredumilli with INR 1.15 crore. Apart from these, water and adventure sports are to be developed at various places in the state.
Andhra Pradesh is one of South India’s favoured destinations, with a lot to see. The state has also proposed construction of toilets and restaurants at Lambasingi. This beautiful village is situated in the Visakha forest region. The destination attracts at least 20000 tourists per day. Nestled in the Eastern Ghats, with a cool climate, Lambasingi is one of the best places to visit in Andhra Pradesh.