CHIRALA: Popularly known as ‘Mini Mumbai’, Chirala in Prakasam district receives a large number of footfalls on any ordinary day when compared to the nearby towns.
Though the government understands the potential of tourism here, the concerned department officials have not initiated works on the infrastructure and arrangements for the public, reports The Hans India.
G Visalskshmi said, “We used to come here in our childhood during the Sankranti and summer holidays, when the parents were busy with their shopping. Now we are here with our children but find there is a severe scarcity of facilities. There are no functioning toilets, not even dress changing rooms at the least.”
On an average, Vadarevu beach received about 1500 to 2000 visitors, everyday. During the vacations, the number almost doubles. People coming from afar want to take a break in their journey to bask in nature.