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Chincholi Wildlife Sanctuary: An Oasis of Eco-Tourism in Arid Kalyana Karnataka

by In-house Editor

The Chincholi Wildlife Sanctuary in Kalyana Karnataka, spanning seven districts, boasts rich biodiversity, including medicinal herbs, rare trees, and diverse fauna. It’s South India’s first dry-land wildlife sanctuary, with potential for tourism development. With proper infrastructure, it could offer trekking, bird watching, cycling, and more. Ganapati B. Sinnoor, a professor at the Central University of Karnataka, suggests involving local stakeholders, including gram panchayats, NGOs, and artisans, in a government-led roadmap for development. This aligns with the World Tourism Day theme of “Tourism and Green Investments,” promoting community-based tourism for sustainable livelihoods and eco-tourism in the region.

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