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Lalaji Bay Long Island Eco Tourism Resort Project

Last Updated on Feb 27, 2020
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Project ID: 20705

The UT Administration of Andaman and Nicobar [the Authority], through Andaman and Nicobar Islands Integrated Development Corporation [ANIIDCO], acting as the Project Management Agency [the PMA] on behalf of the Authority, is engaged in development of sustainable eco-tourism projects in the Union Territory [UT] of Andaman & Nicobar Islands. As part of this endeavour it plans to develop an eco tourism resort in Lalaji Bay long island with a capacity of 440 beds [220 keys]. Supporting infrastucture shall include 240 KLD desalination plant, Rain water treatment plant [optional], 2.4 MW solar power plant, 0.6 MW DG Set and 255 KLD STP.

Project Location| North and Middle Andaman, Andaman & Nicobar
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USD 51.71 mn
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ANIIDCO 12w x 20h RFQ ECO TOURISM Advt Final.pdf
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