The Rajasthan government has developed the Rural Tourism Scheme-2022 . The scheme is designed to foster employment opportunities in the state .
Rajasthan, Rajasthan (Rajasthan), December 6, 2018 : The Rajasthan government has developed the Rural Tourism Scheme-2022 in order to foster employment opportunities in the state.The Rajasthan Cabinet, which was appointed by Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot on November 24, gave the order.The construction of tourist units and rural guest houses, agricultural tourism units, camping areas, and caravan parks in rural areas would result in job creation in villages, and rural handicrafts would be protected.At the same time, national and foreign visitors will be able to get acquainted with Rajasthan's rural culture, according to an official press release issued on Monday by the CM office.It said that SGST payments and deposits will be refunded 100 percent for ten years.It is also expected that under the Chief Ministers Small Industries Promotion Scheme, a 9 percent interest subsidy will be paid instead of 8% for loans up to Rs 25 lakh.Officials said that rural tourism units do not require land conversion and building plan approval.According to the release, rural Guest Houses, Agri-tourism units, Camping Sites, Caravan parks, Homestays (Paying Guest Houses), etc. These rooms will be available for rent to visitors throughout the season.The approved tourism unit will be based on agricultural land with a minimum of 2,000 square meters and a maximum of 2 hectares.In 90% of cases, a camping site can be constructed on agricultural land with a minimum of 1,000 square meters and a maximum of one hectare.The camel farm, horse farm, bird and livestock, crop sowing, handicrafts, and garden activities are among the attractions offered to visitors. The remaining area would be used for camel farming, horse raising, livestock, and gardening, among other things.A caravan park can be constructed on agricultural land of a minimum of 1,000 square meters and a maximum of 1 hectare.On this plan, the basic facilities for parking the guests' vehicles will be developed.The Home Stay (Paying Guest House) scheme, which was introduced earlier by the Tourism Department, will also be applicable to rural areas. It is to be understood that the project approval and registration of rural guest houses, agri-tourism units, camping sites, and caravan parks will be handled by the concerned tourist reception center of the tourism department.Along with this, it will be necessary for rural tourism entities to have a 15-foot-wide highway.