June 15: Tamil Nadu government is currently working on upgrading the tourist’s spots aiming to make them safe of Covid-19. The state also aims to attract domestic tourists, therefore, they are investing in ongoing projects at destinations such as Mamallapuram and Rameshwaram.

To provide quality tourism, the government is working on hotel rooms, food and beverages, cloakrooms, drinking water, and roads. A review meeting, chaired by M Mathiventhan, the tourism minister of Tamil Nadu took the decision about upgrading the tourist facilities in the state. Mamallapuram up-gradation work costs INR 441 crore while Rameshwaram will cost INR 40 crore.

Along with this, the Tamil Nadu government is looking closely at the 295 selected sites that are currently being worked on. The state government is also looking at the boating facilities in the state and to get assess the quality of boats, water scooters, and other water sports facilities. Kodaikanal is one of the famous destinations among tourists for boating activities.

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The post-covid recovery plan is to help revive the growth of tourism and also, to ensure that the state remains one of the top destinations in the country. Having attractive and spill-bounding hill stations and environment, Tamil Nadu has always been a much-talked-about destination among tourists.

Other than this, Kerala is also planning 100 per cent vaccination in the tourist spots and on the other hand, Karnataka has been putting its focus on agri-tourism and helicopter tourism.

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