Project Water Villas
As per official reports, the 150000 crore project will include developments such as airports, sea places, floating jetties, and even helicopter services. This plan will undoubtedly attract tourists making it a charming holiday hub in the country.
Niti Ayog's proposal says that the water and land villas will bear 125 rooms, which will be constructed along the lines of Minicoy, Suheli, and Kadmat Islands of Lakshadweep. For Aves Island, Smith Island, Long Island, and Shaheed Islands in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, a proposal of 460 rooms has been extended.
Conference for Future UndertakingsKochi is set to host a pre-application conference on November 20, 2019, with talks on eco-tourism projects for Andaman and Nicobar islands. Further, invitations have been sent for bids for seven projects that are in the pipeline based on the private-public partnership model, all in the interest of future developments.
If the island destinations in the country can have their own water villas, the Union territories will see a significant influx in tourism. Indian travellers will henceforth not need to head to the Maldives and other foreign locations to bask in the luxury of water Villas.
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