You can now cruise to ‘Game of Thrones’ filming locations, Lonar Lake in Maharashtra to be developed as a tourist spot and more in top stories of the day.
You can now cruise to ‘Game of Thrones’ filming locations!
If you have been a fan of the Game of Thrones series, and wanted to sail to Westeros, here’s your chance. Sail Croatia is all set to offer you an immersive experience by taking its visitors to film locations on a cruise.
It will be a seven-day voyage that will sail along the Dalmatian Coast, beginning and ending in the city of Split on the Adriatic Sea. The series was filmed predominantly in Northern Ireland, and had many sets filmed in Croatia. The Sail Croatia cruise will set off on a seven-day journey along the Dalmatian Coast to explore Croatia. Guests will also get the opportunity to explore the city of Dubrovnik, where a walking excursion will take them through the Red Keep, Walk of Shame, and Blackwater Bay. After this, a short ferry to Lokrum Island, and return to Dubrovnik.
While the price of the seven-day trip starts at $1139, it will set off on August 20.
Lonar Lake in Maharashtra to be developed as a tourist spot
Lonar Lake in Maharashtra is one of the very important natural wonders of India that was created over 50,000 years ago! However, the lake is not as popular as it should be among tourists till date. In a bid to bring it on tourist radar, Maharashtra has approved a INR 370-crore development and conservation project.
The money will be spent on the preservation and conservation of the Lonar crater that was created by a meteorite collision during the Pleistocene Epoch. The money will also go towards maintaining forests and wildlife there to protect its unique biodiversity. The region also features an old temple which will be renovated under the scheme.
Andhra Pradesh’s tiger population has crossed 60 in 48 years!
It has been discovered in a recent survey that the population of tigers has reached over 60 in 48 years in Nagarjuna Sagar Srisailam Tiger Reserve (NSTR), Andhra Pradesh. The state has implemented all important steps to protect tigers, from scientific measures to putting up a strong protection network. Due to these efforts, the forest authorities are hoping the number of tigers to be 70 in NSTR in the recent census.
For those who don’t know NSTR is the largest tiger reserve in India! The park was created in 1982-83 with three wildlife divisions. Today the park covers a huge area of 3727 sq km in three undivided districts, which are Kurnool, Prakasam and Guntur. With this, the state government is now aiming at promoting wildlife ecotourism in the park region.
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