Jammu, Sep 9 (UNI) Famous as mini Kashmir, the Bhaderwah valley of Jammu and Kashmir is all set to be on the national tourism map with phase one infrastructure projects nearing completion, official sources here today said.
''Bhaderwah valley will soon emerge as one of the major tourism hubs in the state as the first phase of infrastructure projects would be completed by the end of October,'' Divisional Commissioner Jammu, Sudhanshu Panday said.
''Two resorts at Khellani-Kellar and Jai with igloo-shaped hutments, first time in the state will be introduced besides, a model herbal garden is also to be developed at Drudhoo-Bhaderwah,'' the official said.
Meanwhile, herbal garden to educate farmers for taking up the activities to conserve the rare endemic flora herbs, assisted by the National Medicinal Board, would also to come up at Chabra Kotli, he said.
''The projects taken up under Tourist Destination Development Scheme and Circuit Development Scheme would be completed by next month,'' an official asserted.
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