The trend of sky night tourism is increasing rapidly at tourist places. On similar lines, the Tourism Corporation is planning to install a state-of-the-art telescope at the Corporation Nahargarh Padav restaurant to start Sky Night Tourism. Seeing the view of the city from such a height will be a thrilling experience for any tourist.
For this, discussion is going on with the Archeology Department about installing binoculars in the restaurant on PPP model, so that there can be income along with expenses and tourists coming from India and abroad can have a new experience.
Tourists will be able to see the view of the city through binoculars during the day and at night they will be able to admire the heritage of the city in the light of the moon and stars. The Tourism Corporation is also making preparations to give a new look to the Padav restaurant operating at Nahargarh before the new tourist season.
Along with this, air conditioning will be installed in the tin shed by installing a false ceiling so that tourists can sit there easily during rainy and summer seasons. Besides this, four kiosks will also be built, where tourists will be able to sit for some time and relax. New toilets will also be built at the restaurant.
According to the Managing Director of Rajasthan Tourism Corporation, VP Singh, “Guests are like God. We are preparing for the new season in a similar manner. Nahargarh Padav is working on a plan to install binoculars at the restaurant and expand other infrastructure facilities.”
The Tourism Corporation is also strengthening the basic facilities at Padav Restaurant in view of the increasing number of tourists. An amount of around Rs 40 lakh will be spent to provide basic facilities to the tourists here.