Chhattisgarh stresses on eco-ethno tourism

Chhattisgarh stresses on eco-ethno tourism

Chhattisgarh Tourism Board is determined to make the best use of its plethora of new eco-tourist destinations in the state.

If jungle jaunts and wildlife adventure is something you enjoy, then there’s no better destination than the land of Chhattisagrh offering unique adventure thrills with around 44 per cent of forested land. In its latest initiative, Chhattisgarh Tourism Board has set an agenda to push eco ethno tourism in Bastar district and northern part of the state, water and adventure sports and facilitate interaction with its plethora of tribes like Baiga and Gond.

The tourism board has identified a slew of upcoming destinations to boost tourism activities in the state in the coming months. Dr. Sanjay Singh, General Manager, Chhattisgarh Tourism Board informed, “We are looking to popularize the dam sites of Gangrel in the district of Dhamtari, Tandula in Balaud and Hasdeobango in Korba district. There is Kurdar that forms the new gateway to Achanakmar Tiger Reserve and we have plans to boost the destination for wildlife enthusiasts. We are targeting the tourist markets of Gujarat, Maharashtra and West Bengal to pull tourists into our state. We are also taping global tourists from South-East Asian destinations and European countries.”

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