Published on : Monday, March 18, 2019
Apratim Ghoshal, Editor, Travel And Tour World, interacts with T.K. Anil Kumar, Secretary, Tourism Department, Government of Karnataka, at ITB Berlin 2019, where he explains Karnataka’s vast tourism opportunities and its legacy of art and culture.
Karnataka has a plethora of historical landmarks, natural beauty, wildlife and rich cultural heritage. Karnataka is blessed with pristine beaches, verdant UNESCO World Heritage site- Western Ghat Mountain Ranges, gushing Jog waterfalls, densely forested Sahayadri wildlife sanctuaries like Nagarahole National Park and Bandipur National Park.
Karnataka also possess with majestic early, late medieval and colonial architecture, ancient temples of Badami & Hampi, vibrant Carnatic music festivals and exhilarating religious festivals. This state is also renowned for IT industry (mostly based in Bengaluru) – making as the most celebrated MICE destination in India.