Quetta: The Balochistan government has launched seven projects to develop model beach parks in the province’s coastal areas of Gadani, Ormara, Kund Malir, Pasni and Gwadar to provide maximum facilities to tourists, according to a news report published on January 1.
The development work on these projects is currently underway. These projects will attract both investors and tourists and uplift the coastal areas of Balochistan. This information was revealed during a briefing held on Thursday to discuss the promotion of tourism, culture and archaeology and development schemes launched at tourist sites in various areas of Balochistan.
The meeting was also informed that a master plan had been worked out for the promotion of tourism and culture and work on eco-tourism resorts was being executed at seven places in the coastal areas. The tourism secretary also revealed that the master plan for Ziarat and Shaban valleys had been prepared.
In response, Balochistan Chief Minister Alyani said that ‘tourism offices should be set up at divisional levels, tourism information centres should be opened on major highways and signs on tourist spots and culture should be installed on the highways’.