The Sindh government has decided to launch eco-tourism at Hawke’s Bay and Sandspit, two of the most famous beaches in the metropolis, Geo News reported Sunday.
Sindh Chief Minister’s Legal Adviser Murtaza Wahab visited Hawke’s Bay Road and announced the upcoming plan for the beaches. “The provincial government is considering launching various entertainment facilities for visitors, such as boating, jet skiing and parasailing on both the beaches,” Wahab said.
Now that the approach road to Hawksbay & Sandspit beach has been properly built, we are planning on developing eco tourism in the area. Our target is to start boating, jet ski & para sailing there. The initiative is being spearheaded by #Environment department with Navy’s support pic.twitter.com/xwTiGItyXA
— Murtaza Wahab Siddiqui (@murtazawahab1) July 24, 2021
In a statement released on social media, Wahab announced that the Department of Environment and the Pakistan Navy would work together to promote eco-tourism. “Now that the approach road to Hawkes Bay & Sandspit beach has been properly built, we are planning on developing eco-tourism in the area,” the tweet read.
If the plan is actually put into action, it would provide a great respite for the citizens and give Karachiites a chance to explore water sports. Murtaza Wahab further said that the construction of Hawke’s Bay Sandspit Road has been completed.