Jashpur's Youth Festival: Boosting Tourism & Culture, 11-State Youth Participation. - Travel News
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12 Sep

Jashpur’s Youth Festival: Boosting Tourism & Culture, 11-State Youth Participation.

The Youth Connect Festival, organized by the Jashpur district administration, concluded earlier. The festival’s primary objective was to establish national recognition for the district in the field of tourism. This four-day Youth Connect Festival was held at one of the district’s renowned tourism destinations Deshdekha, offering a diverse range of activities, including group activities, music sessions, camping, trekking, storytelling, and exploration.

In addition to exploring tourist sites, the event aimed to showcase the local art, culture, traditions, and cuisine at a national level. Teams from 11 states, including Rajasthan, Jharkhand, Odisha, and Assam, participated in this festival.

During the event, various group activities, walks, and meditation sessions were conducted at the venue. All participants also had the opportunity to visit several tourism spots in the district, including Sarudih Tea Garden, Rani Dah Waterfall, Jashpur Museum, and Food Lab, among others.

Jashpur's Youth Festival: Boosting Tourism & Culture, 11-State Youth Participation.

Jashpur’s Youth Connect Festival wraps up, aims to boost tourism and local culture, Witnessed the participation of youth from 11 states

The state government, in collaboration with the district administration, is continually working to promote and preserve the region’s natural beauty. The state government is organizing various initiatives to connect people with tourism, provide employment opportunities, and attract tourists to the area.

The youth who visited Jashpur not only enjoyed the district’s beauty, stunning landscapes, and picturesque valleys but also spent nights camping in the midst of the forests. During the night camping, they experienced the beauty of nature up close and gained a deeper understanding of nature and the environment.

Located about 12 kilometers from the city, the Deshdekha viewpoint offers a breathtaking view of the sunset from an altitude of approximately 1300 feet. Observing the sunset here amidst nature is an enchanting experience that fosters a connection between people and nature. The captivating natural landscapes of this place leave a lasting impression on visitors.

With the support of the district administration and the efforts of the Place of Possibility, this event was organized to promote tourism in Jashpur. Trippy Hills and Deshdekha Tourism Self-Help Group also made significant contributions to this initiative.