MoT develops Tribal Tourism Circuit under Swadesh Darshan scheme

first_imgThe Government of India, under the ambitious project crafted by Ministry of Tourism, is developing Tribal Tourism Circuit in order to expand the infrastructure in the country in a planned and prioritised manner, keeping in view high tourists value and tourists experience, competitiveness, sustainability and promoting employment.Tribal Circuit is one of the fifteen thematic circuits identified for development. The three states identified are Nagaland, Chhattisgarh and Telangana who will be undertaking the development of four sets of destinations under the tribal circuit.In Nagaland, the tribal circuit destinations identified for the development project include the Pehen-Kohima-Wokha circuit and the Mokokchung-Tuensang-Mon circuit. The cost involved in the development of these two circuits are INR 97.36 crore and INR 99.67 crore respectively.Jashpur-Kunkuri-Mainpat-Ambikapur-Maheshpur-Ratanpur-Kurdar-SarodadadarGangrel-Kondagaon-Nathyanawagaon-Jagdalpur- Chitrakoot-Tirthgarh are the tribal circuit identified in Chattisgarh.In Telangana, the Integrated Development of Tribal Circuit includes Mulugu-Laknavaram-Medavaram-Tadvai- Damaravi- Mallur-Bogatha Waterfalls.last_img

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