Published on : Saturday, April 23, 2022
Gadchiroli in Maharashtra is prepared to get a long-awaited makeover. The district administration has reserved 41 prospective tourist spots in the tribal-dominated district. Gadchiroli is located on the eastern side of Maharashtra, with 35% of forest cover. The lush green landscape is virtually hidden from tourist activity, except few places. Soon, this is going to change for Gadchiroli.
Earlier, Gadchiroli had few tourist attractions like the Glory of Allapalli, which is a biodiversity heritage site; Markhanda temple, which hosts a big fair on Mahashivratri and Vairagad Fort. The district administration said that there are around 80 places with great tourism potential; however, not all are a priority. The ones witnessing healthy flow of tourists will get to see required developmental work. All 41 spots have been earmarked as the ‘C’ category (‘A’ and ‘B’ are of higher significance), which means that the developmental work will be held under the district administration.
When the district administration prepared a fresh list of places to be developed for tourism at the beginning, there were 35 places. Later, six more were added to the list, four of which are Wadhdham Fossil Park, Sironcha Ghat, Nagram Ghat and Tekda Ghat.
Tourism development is expected to create a positive image for the district. Gadchiroli is a naturally endowed land with a healthy forest cover.
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