Aero sports festival inaugurated at Sitampeta
For the first time in the state Aerosports festival inaugurated at NTR Adventure Park at Sitampeta agency area in Srikakulam on Sunday With an initiative of Sitampeta ITDA PO, LShivaSankar to attract tourists to agency area from far and near arrangements made for three day long aerosports festival
For the first time in the state Aero-sports festival inaugurated at NTR Adventure Park at Sitampeta agency area in Srikakulam on Sunday. With an initiative of Sitampeta ITDA PO, L.ShivaSankar to attract tourists to agency area from far and near arrangements made for three day long aero-sports festival.
-Adventure sports attracts locals
-Collector inaugurated sports
The festival will be continued till Tuesday. As part of it para motoring,para sailing, hot air balloon, power hang gliding, remote control flying and other adventure sports are being conducted for three days.
Six para motoring tools, power hang gliding,hot air balloons, para sailing machines, remote control flying tools have been arranged for the festival. Total 15 expert pilots from across the country attended along with 40 assistant pilots and two of them are tribal youth who were being trained recently as pilots.
ITDA Sitampeta PO, L.ShivaSankar initiated steps to attract interested people from other parts to participate in the ongoing festival by launching online booking facility. One can book their ticket through website address itdaseethampetatourism.com to take part in the event and total 270 persons registered their names through website to takepart in the event.
Speaking on the occasion collector K.Dhanunjaya Reddy said that the government is giving priority to improve tourism across the state and particularly in agency areas as part of it we are improving natural locations in Sitampeta agency.
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