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ECO-HERITAGE CIRCUIT TOURISM OF HYDRABADKARNATAKA REGION

DINESH K.D
Chapter CONTENTS No
1 1.1 INTRODUCTION 1.2 OBJECTIVES 1.3 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 1.4 LIMITATIONS 2 2.1 BIRD VIEW ON HYDRABAD KARNATAKA A. HISTORY B. GEOGRAPHY C. CULTURE 2.2TYPES OF TOURIEM RESOURCES IN BIDAR AND GULBAR 2.3BACKGROUND HISTORY OF TORISM DEVLOPMENT 2.4 MAIN ATTARCTIONS OF GULBARGA 3 3.1 CONCEPT OF CIRCUIT TUORISM 3.2 CIRCUITS OF KARNATAKA 3.3 CIRCUIT TOURISM OF BIDAR AND GULBARGA 3.4 ROLE OF TOURISM TO DEVELOP BACKW
ECO-HERITAGE CIRCUIT TOURISM OF HYDRABADKARNATAKA REGION

DINESH K.D
Chapter CONTENTS No
1 1.1 INTRODUCTION 1.2 OBJECTIVES 1.3 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 1.4 LIMITATIONS 2 2.1 BIRD VIEW ON HYDRABAD KARNATAKA A. HISTORY B. GEOGRAPHY C. CULTURE 2.2TYPES OF TOURIEM RESOURCES IN BIDAR AND GULBAR 2.3BACKGROUND HISTORY OF TORISM DEVLOPMENT 2.4 MAIN ATTARCTIONS OF GULBARGA 3 3.1 CONCEPT OF CIRCUIT TUORISM 3.2 CIRCUITS OF KARNATAKA 3.3 CIRCUIT TOURISM OF BIDAR AND GULBARGA 3.4 ROLE OF TOURISM TO DEVELOP BACKW

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ECO-HERITAGE CIRCUIT TOURISM OF HYDRABAD-KARNATAKA REGION
DINESH K.D
P.G. DEPARTMENT IN TORISM [M T A]Page 1
Chapter NoCONTENTSPage No.
11.1 INTRODUCTION
01
1.2 OBJECTIVES
06
1.3 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
07
1.4 LIMITATIONS
08
22.1 BIRD VIEW ON HYDRABAD KARNATAKAA.HISTORYB.GEOGRAPHYC.CULTURE2.2TYPES OF TOURIEM RESOURCES INBIDAR AND GULBAR2.3BACKGROUND HISTORY OF TORISMDEVLOPMENT2.4 MAIN ATTARCTIONS OF GULBARGA33.1 CONCEPT OF CIRCUIT TUORISM3.2 CIRCUITS OF KARNATAKA3.3 CIRCUIT TOURISM OF BIDAR ANDGULBARGA3.4 ROLE OF TOURISM TO DEVELOPBACKWARD REGION44.1 FINDINGS4.2 CONCLUSION5ANNEXURE5.1PHOTOS
 
ECO-HERITAGE CIRCUIT TOURISM OF HYDRABAD-KARNATAKA REGION
Chapter 1
1.1 INTRODUCTION TO TOURISM
 
According to WTO Tourism encompasses the activities of persons travelling andstaying in places outside their usual environment for not more than one year for leisure,business and other purposes.In general tourism is defined as a person travelling from his own residence at least50Kms (1way) and he has to stay overnight with payable accommodation.In order to understand tourism systematically it is very important to know variouscomponents, which together make tourism, happen. There are three major componentsin tourism.They are
1. Transportation2. Attraction3. Accommodation
 
1. Transportation:
 
There can be no travel if there is no transportation. Travel involves movement of people from their origin to destination and it is possible only if there is some mode of transport. Connectivity is very important in tourism development; this could be possibleonly if adequate transportation infrastructure is efficient, comfortable and inexpensive. Atourist in order to get to his destination therefore needs some mode of transport. Thismay be a motor car, a coach, an aero plane, a ship or a train which enable a traveler toreach to a predetermined destination. In many countries tourism is developed onlybecause of adequate major components. Especially a good transportation facility makesthese countries to become a major tourist destination. The development of technology is
P.G. DEPARTMENT IN TORISM [M T A]Page 2
 
ECO-HERITAGE CIRCUIT TOURISM OF HYDRABAD-KARNATAKA REGION
caused for invention of new mode of transportation. Today a man can travel anywherein the world with safety and also with inexpensive fare.
2. Attractions:
Attraction is yet another important major component of it may include what it offersto tourist. The holiday destination may offer natural attractions like sunshine, scenicbeauty and sporting facility. Man made attractions like historical monuments,archeological sites or any type of entertainment. The destination with attractions andamenities is the most important as these are very basic for tourism. Unless these arenot there the tourist will not motivated to go a particular place. However since interestand taste of tourist varies widely, they might choose from a wide range of attractionsavailable at various destinations all over the world.
Types of attractions:
Traditions: National festivals, Arts and Handicrafts, Music, Folklore, Native life,Costumes.Cultural:
Sites and areas of archeological interest, Historical Buildings, places of HistoricalSignificance, Political and Educational institutions, Religious institutions etc
Scenic
: National parks, Wild life, Flora and Fauna, Beach resort, Mountain resort etc.Entertainment: Participation and visiting sports, Amusement and Recreation parks,Cinemas, Nightlife, Cruises.Other Attractions: Climate, Health Resorts and Spas.
3.
Accommodation:
Accommodation plays a central role and vary basic tourist destination. WTO onits definition of tourist has stated that the tourist must spend at least one night in the
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