As caravan tourism takes off in Himachal Pradesh, the government of Himachal Pradesh is now looking to focus on it. Caravan tourism has become popular with travellers, especially since the pandemic, as it allows you to stay in a bubble without mingling with too many people.
The Chief Minister of Himachal Pradesh, Jai Ram Thakur, announced during his budget speech that the government will promote and develop this tourism model and develop tours, especially in places that do not have accommodation. adequate hotelier. Other Indian states such as Kerala, Goa and Karnataka have already taken steps to promote caravan tourism. Caravan tourism aims to attract more domestic and foreign tourists.
The Chief Minister further said that the sites with traditional Kathkuni style architecture will be linked with other tourist routes and Kangra Art Gallery. The historic forts of Himachal will also be developed as tourist attractions, along with various mountain bike trails.
The state government will also spend INR 50 crore under the
Nai Rahen Nai Manzilen plan, in which water sports at Larji and Tattapani, paragliding at Bir Billing and Chanshal, and Shiv Dham at Mandi will be included. Additionally, the government aims to develop heritage building conservation, eco-tourism, water sports wellness centers, Buddhist tours, etc. in two phases.
Himachal Pradesh is one of the top tourist destinations in the country with a host of amazing destinations and things to do. Above all, the Himalayan state is known for its amazing trekking routes and experiences. But there are many tourism opportunities and possibilities here in this beautiful destination.