In a bid to showcase the potentiality of the state as an ecotourism destination, Kadakampally Surendran, Tourism Minister of Kerala recently unveiled a microsite on ecotourism.

The website contains details of about 47 popular ecotourism spots, 75 videos, 200 photographs, 10 e-brochures and information on 100 ecotourism programmes, a release said.

The site also contains information about the packages for the travellers who love to explore nature.

Some of the ecotourism spots are Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary (north Kerala), Silent Valley National Park (Palakkad), Parambikulam Tiger Reserve (Palakkad), Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary (Idukki), Periyar Tiger Reserve (Idukki), Shenduruney Ecotourism (Kollam), Eravikulam National Park (Munnar) and Chembra Peak (Wayanad), it said.

PP Pramod, Director of Ecotourism was also present during the launch of the microsite.