In a bid to cater to nature enthusiasts who seek to explore the beauty of the monsoon season, an innovative Eco-destination tour program has been established through a collaboration between the Forest Department and the tourism sector. This program offers an opportunity for individuals to witness the thriving natural splendor during the rainy season. For those yearning for a tranquil escapade, the Forest Department is organizing guided walks to immerse participants in the serene surroundings.
One such captivating destination on the itinerary is Goram Ghat, often referred to as the "Kashmir of Mewar." This Sunday, patrons will have the chance to experience breathtaking vistas of towering hills, ethereal cloud formations, and cascading waterfalls. The allure of this tourist haven promises to be an enchanting retreat for those seeking a moment of serenity.
Deputy Conservator of Forests-Wildlife, Shaitan Singh Deora, conveyed that the program has been meticulously crafted to cater to the surging demand from nature enthusiasts. Scheduled for August 12, this exclusive excursion to Goram Ghat, a gem nestled within the Mewar Marwar region, is designed to satiate the wanderlust of participants. The chosen date coincides with the preference of the local residents and will take place at the Jog Mandi Waterfall, conveniently located at Goram Ghat Railway Station.
For the convenience of Udaipur residents interested in embarking on this captivating journey, further details can be obtained by contacting Sharad Agarwal at 7568348678 or Kanishka Kothari at 8769799989.
This initiative marks a harmonious blend of nature appreciation and responsible tourism, providing a unique opportunity for individuals to revel in the beauty of the monsoon season while contributing to the preservation of these pristine ecosystems.
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