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The Dal Lake to get five new travelers villages In Kashmir’s

The Dal Lake to get five new travelers villages In Kashmir’s

 The Dal Lake to get five new travelers villages In Kashmir’s

The picturesque Dal Lake in Kashmir’s Srinagar gets 5 new traveler villages–Kachri Mohalla, Sofi Mohalla, Tinda Mohallah, Akhoon Mohalla, and a vegetable market–with homestay facilities for vacationers and basic facilities for each vacationer and locals.

This assignment comes below the Tourist Villages Development program, a Mission Youth initiative.

Dal Lake is already a completely famous visitor destination, and locals will even get extra possibilities to earn livelihoods with this new initiative. It is aimed to assist give a boost to the neighborhood's rural economy. Also, those new visitor villages could be promoted as capability movie capturing sites.

Each of the 5 villages has its very own USPs, and every one of them gets its forte highlighted so that visitors will have wholesome experiences in those new visitor villages.


Many areas in Jammu and Kashmir are lagging at the back with regard to tourism infrastructure. Under this new initiative, all these ability webweb sites can be advanced withinside the pleasant approaches viable so that the locals can also benefit. The best approaches are thru homestays and neighborhood handicrafts. For handicrafts, the worried department can even offer the neighborhood adolescents the right training, assist them to hone their talents, and assist them to locate ways to locate the right marketplace for their products.


Why Dal Lake?

Dal Lake in Srinagar is the second largest lake and one of the most famous locations in the state. Tourists aren't the best ones who go to this lake. Locals too employ the lake region for recreation.

Major points of interest are the colorful traditional houseboats, Shalimar Bagh, Nishat Bagh,

and the floating lotus gardens. The Dal lake region is also one of the quality locations to peer the lovely chinar bushes all through the fall season. With the encompassing regions and villages developed, the visitors can enjoy more than what's to be had now.