Amid Covid-19 pandemic, the state authorities of Karnataka, India has launched an idea of ‘Caravan Tourism’. The initiative is to evaluate the fallen tourism sector which is extremely affected by Coronavirus.
Chief Minister B. S Yediyurappa rolled out the minibus caravan and stated the federal government is dedicated to advertise and revive the tourism sector which is without doubt one of the main sources of employment.
The minibus caravans have bunker beds, rest room, lavatory and kitchen.
The tourism sector contributes practically 14% of Gross State Home Revenue and the CM of Karnataka says that caravan tourism promotes unbiased tourism guaranteeing the well being, security and social distancing measures.
Within the first part, the federal government will permit Caravan Tourism in Hampi, Gokarna, Badami, Kudremukh, Sakleshpura, Belur, Halebidu, Kodagu and Sakrebailu and the caravan may be parked for the night time at state-run visitor homes and KSTDC resort premises.
Below this new tourism coverage, the federal government will promote a brand new initiative.
On account of pandemic, Karnataka has misplaced over 15,000 crore in Tourism and the CM additionally appealed to all stakeholders to affix arms and revive the sector.