This is how MTDC is planning to make the Juhu seafront more attractive for tourists

first_imgIn a bid to reduce the tourist pressure at Marine Drive and Bandstand, the Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation (MTDC) is planning to develop the 350-metre stretch of the western coast between Andheri and Juhu so that it attracts more tourists in the future.According to a report by The Indian Express, MTDC is planning to introduce adventure activities at the beach, that will include water sports, a floating jetty for cruises and numerous other amenities for the tourists.Also read: This fort in Maharashtra might soon be a world heritage site Construction of drinking water, temporary wooden benches, watch towers, and public toilets are also a part of the tourism board’s greater plan for the area. When completed, these amenities will not only benefit travellers from different parts, but will also help the Mumbaikars have a good time when they hang out in this place.”About three to four companies have shown interest and the tendering process is underway. We hope to start the activities this year post monsoon,” an MTDC official who did not wish to be named, told The Indian Express.Seems like Mumbai is set to become a more attractive tourism destination in the nera future.last_img