ECO Tourism

Eco tourism involves responsible travelling to natural areas with the purpose to educate the travelers without the environmental and cultural impact. Forest and its wildlife are the primary settings for eco tourism activities.



It is the 2nd largest stretch of mangrove forest in India with 35 mangrove trees species and more than 120 bird species located 18 km away from the port city of Kakinada, the headquarters of Kakinada district. One can go ferrying in the back waters of Gowthami and Godavari rivers. It is also famous for salt water crocodiles. The prime attraction is the 18km long sandpit which is the longest stretch in north-east.