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dudhwa national park tourism circuit integrated development plan is prepared for future development and growth.

dudhwa national park tourism circuit integrated development plan is prepared for future development and growth.

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  • INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR DUDHWA WILDLIFE CIRCUIT PRESENTED BY: AADYA AGRAWAL M.ARCH SEM-3 (RECREATION ARCHITECTURE) JMI UNIVERSITY, N.DELHI
  • AIM: To develop the tourism integrated plan for Wildlife circuit to attract the visitors. OBJECTIVES: • To study the potential of tourism in selected area. • To study the problems and threats. • To analyze the existing infrastructure- basic and tourism related. • To assess the interventions for improving the quality of infrastructure.
  • TOURIST ARRIVALS While U.P has various religious as well as architecturally known destinations which attracts tourists, the wildlife destinations has good potential. According to Tourism statistics by state 2011, out of total tourist arrivals in Uttar Pradesh, 9.7% is Foreigner and 18.3% is Domestic. Rank State/Unio n Territory Number Rank Share in % State/Union Territory Number Share in % Uttar Pradesh 155,430,36 4 18.3 1 Maharashtra 4,815,421 24.7 1 2 Tamil Nadu 3,373,870 17.3 2 Andhra Pradesh 18.0 3 Delhi 2,159,925 11.1 153,119,81 6 4 Uttar Pradesh 1,887,095 3 Tamil Nadu 137,512,99 1 16.2 4 Karnataka 84,107,390 9.9 5 Rajasthan 1,351,974 6.9 5 Maharashtra 55,333,467 6.5 6 West Bengal 1,213,270 6.2 6 Madhya Pradesh 44,119,820 5.2 7 Rajasthan 27,137,323 3.2 9.7 7 Bihar 972,487 5.0 8 Kerala 732,985 3.8 9 Karnataka 574,005 2.9 8 Uttarakhand 25,946,254 3.0 10 Himachal Pradesh 484,518 2.5 9 West Bengal 22,256,968 2.6 10 Gujarat 21,017,478 2.5
  • TOURIST DESTINATIONS TO CONSIDER:  DUDHWA NATIONAL PARK  KATARNEA GHAT WILDLIFE SANCTUARY- 15 KMS  KISHANPUR WILDLIFE SANCTUARY- 30KMS  PILIBHIT TIGER RESERVE- 120 KMS UTTAR PRADESH DUDHWA NATIONAL PARK KATARNIYAGHAT SANCTUARY KISHANPUR SANCTUARY PILIBHIT TIGER RESERVE SOURCE: wildlife institute of India
  • TOURIST POTENTIAL ZONE Pilibhit tiger reserve Kishanpur Wildlife sanctuary Dudhwa national park Katarneaghat Wildlife sanctuary
  • TOURIST POTENTIAL  Rich in diverse vegetation and combination of Woodland-Wetland-Grassland.  Opportunity to watch wildlife in natural setting.  Elephant rides, tiger sight seeing, bird watching, crocodile nestlings etc…  A place with fun and adventure to live with danger creatures.
  • TOURIST POTENTIAL 1. DUDHWA NATIONAL PARK, LAKHIMPUR KHERI- variety of flora and fauna with natural sight seeing features including endangered species of Deer and rhinoceros here, as attraction in INDIA. TIGER SAMBA DEER RHINOCEROS SWAMP DEER/ BARASINGHAS BARKING DEER WILD PIG With wildlife watching, there is pleasure of Birds sight seeing also. Variety of birds like- water fowl, kingfisher, bulbul, painted storks, and some migratory birds like woodpecker, bengal florican etc.
  • 2. KISHANPUR WILDLIFE SANCTUARY, LAKHIMPUR KHERI- it is a part of Dudhwa Tiger reserve, which is Good place for nature lovers and natural sightseeing. Opportunity to see the beautiful butterflies on large group. This place has approx. 43 species of butterfly, some are migratory ones also. In kishanpur sanctuary, there is a clear water wetland called jhadi taal which is spotted by migratory birds- woodpecker, grey tits, ducks and much more…
  • 3. KATARNIYAGHAT WILDLIFE SANCTUARY, BAHRAICH- One of the best place to see the Gharials in its natural habitat. GHARIALS GANGETIC DOLPHINS Recent discoveries in Katerniaghat are highly fascinating and are represented by several species such as the Banded Krait, the Burmese Rock Python, the Yellow Speckled Wolfsnake and the Paradise Flying Snake
  • 4. PILIBHIT TIGER RESERVE, PILIBHIT – this is also home for endangered species of India like Tiger, Leopard, Swamp deer, Hispid hare etc. A good place for Jungle camp, nature walk, Border hiking, Wildlife watching etc..
  • Existing INFRASTRUCTURE ANALYSIS 1) CONNECTIVITY a) ROADWAYS In terms of road Connectivity NH-24, SH- 21, SH-26, SH-90, SH-93 provide linkages To Lakhimpur Kheri District. NH-24 connects to Lucknow, Delhi, Shahjahanpur.. To Pilibhit b) RAILWAYS Kheri District has rail connectivity with other districts like Sitapur, Pilibhit.. From Shahjahanpur To Lucknow From Sitapur Delhi-Shahjahanpur Shahjahanpur- Palia
  • c) AIRWAYS In terms of air connectivity, Kheri district is not direct connected to other parts of country. The nearest airport is Lucknow, connected to many places in India including Delhi and Mumbai by regular flights which operates international flights also.
  • EXISTING TOURIST ACCODOMATION • The Forest Department provides for accommodation inside the Park at its various centres. Forest Rest Houses, Swiss Cottage Tents, and Tharu Huts are available at Dudhwa, Sathiana, Bankatti, Sonaripur, and Kila. But, number of beds is less in tourism point of view. Total available beds are- 120 in number.
  • ACCOMMODATION OUTSIDE • SAFARI CAMPS- There is only one 4 star rating camp for accommodation which provides good facilities of souvenier shop, library, medical, power backup etc • RESORTS- there is only one famous resort for dudhwa reserve i.e. DUDHWA tigeRhino resort providing accommodation to tourists. • HOTELS- There are plenty of hotels in nearby towns like Palia , but are of small privately owned and of poor quality standard.
  • FOREIGN TOURIST ARRIVAL DOMESTIC TOURIST ARRIVAL
  • CONSTRAINTS TO DEVELOPMENT- PRODUCT WEAKNESS • Poor access – no good rail and road transport facility available. • Poor infrastructure – especially roads quality • High costs of internal transport • Lack of skilled and educated manpower to develop the potential • Poor service standards • Poor quality guides • Low quality tour operators • Lack of quality accommodation. • Lack of security and comfort- Police patrolling, police stations are not available. • Lack of tourist infrastructure.
  • TOURIST POTENTIAL CIRCUIT Pilibhit tiger reserve Dudhwa national park 4 3 Kishanpur Wildlife sanctuary ROUTE 1- 109kms 1 2 Katarneya ghat Wildlife sanctuary ROUTE 2- 70Kms ROUTE 3- 120Kms ROUTE 4- 72 kms
  • TOURIST POTENTIAL CIRCUIT proposal 4 Pilibhit tiger reserve 3 Kishanpur Wildlife sanctuary 1 Dudhwa national park Katarneya ghat Wildlife sanctuary 2 STATE HIGHWAY PROPOSAL for connectivity of KATARNEYA GHAT with the existing SH-21 to make a tourist circuit. And existing highway to be furnished good condition and wayside facilities.
  • STRATEGY COMPONENTS To improve competitiveness in the marketplace, the following strategy components must be put in place: 1. Knowledge and ‘know-how’ strategy – improving range and quality of information on customers, distribution channels, suppliers, etc. 2. Product strategy – expanding and improving the tourism product 3. Infrastructure strategy – improving roads, utilities, etc. 4. Human resource development – improving skills and service standards 5. Marketing and communications strategy – creating greater awareness in marketplace 6. Capacity building strategy – strengthening tourism institutions 7. Security awareness strategy
  • ACTION PROGRAMMES 1. IMPROVING KNOWLEDGE AND INFORMATION Establishment of tourists information centre/ interpretation centre at Kishanpur wildlife century will improve the visitor satisfaction and interest in visiting the reserve. 2. RESTAURANTS/ RESTROOMS. 1 Kishanpur Wildlife sanctuary 3. OREINTATION PROGRAMMEincludes information about nature tours and programme plan about the proposed tourist circuit. 4. Resorts/ hotel accommodationincreased number of luxury / midpriced/ economical rooms will improve visitor footfalls. Tourist special trains, buses, taxis, jeeps and Wayside facilities to be provided.
  • ACTION PROGRAMMES 1. IMPROVING TOURISM PRODUCTSthis includes improvement in good quality of accommodation facility within the reserve. 2. CAMPING/ TRAILS FACILITIES 3. WILDLIFE EXPERIENCE FACILITIESthis includes battery operated jeeps, guides etc. 4. IMPROVING TOURIST FACILITIESlike medical centers, restrooms, watch towers, at strategic locations 5. IMPROVING SERVICE STANDARDSlike training to local people for quality staff to serve visitors. 2 Dudhwa national park
  • ACTION PROGRAMMES 1. IMPROVING RIVERSIDE FACILITYtemporary camps, recreational facilities like kiosks, food courts, education centre, picnicking area, riverside viewpoints etc. 2. IMPROVING TOURIST FACILITIESlike medical centers, restrooms, watch towers, at strategic locations 3. IMPROVING SERVICE STANDARDSlike training to local people for quality staff to serve visitors. 3 Katarneaghat Wildlife sanctuary
  • COMMUNITY DRIVEN action programme- urban craft centre The area is also inhabited by the Tharu tribal community, traditionally dependent on forest resources for their livelihoods. Establishment of craft centers at different locations will help local people to grow economically and their products will attract tourists here. Community-level activities included improvement of community’s livelihood skills through capacity building, training and providing market facilities for the tribal handicrafts like baskets, hand fans, file folders and mobile covers etc.
  • DEVELOPMENT PROPOSALS 1. ZONING PLAN: identification and planning for permissible tourist visitage and nonpermissible areas for conserving eco-system. 2. ACCOMMODATION: good quality standards luxury/ mid-priced/ economical rooms to be provided outside the wildlife reserve for more holding capacity. 3. TRAINING INSTITUTES: Hotel and Tourism Training institutes to be developed nearby the Dudhwa regions for educating the local people for better standards service. 4. TOURIST PACKAGES: tours and travel packages help in attracting the visitors for 23 day stays and thus help in tourism infrastructure growth. 5. MEDICAL CENTRES: to be developed at different locations for safety and security reasons of tourists. 6. PPP MODEL: involvement of private sector with public sector will help in growth.
  • REFERENCES  FINAL REPORT ON 20 YEARS PERSPECTVIE PLANS FOR UTTAR PRADESH, November 2002, ministry of tourism (U.P.)  MAPPING OF NATIONAL PARKS AND WILDLIFE SANCTURIES, December 2008, wildlife institute of India.  www. dudhwanationalpark.org  http://www.allindiatravelinfo.com/dudwa-national-park.html  www.mapsofindia.com