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What is Eco-tourism
"Responsible travel to natural areas that conserve the environment and improves the welfare of local people."

Basically, Eco-tourism means the preservation of wildlife and their habitat by making as little environmental impact as possible and take positive steps in helping preserve the environs, when visiting a place. This is a more responsible form of tourism which also involves the use of natural products and minimising the usage of non-biodegradable products to help sustain ecological development.

The country we inherited from our ancestors composed of the great Himalayas in the north and the most extravagant river systems down south and we are on our way to loose all these natural treasures until we start to act responsibly. The country's amazing wildlife resources have been preserved in an extensive network of sanctuaries and national parks spread across the length and breadth of this land. It is largely due to this fact that thousands of foreign tourists visit India each year. However, the primary motive of these places is not to entertain us but to preserve this vital natural resource. People visiting the country should keep in mind to make every possible effort to save the wildlife as without these pristine heavens, life in India would be unviable including for those living away from all the action, in the more modernised cities.

Eco-tourism in India is all about taking time to get into wilderness which not only offers respite from the urbanised noise and pollution but also reminds one that the world was an ordered place once and sincere efforts need to be made if we want to restore the past glory. While tourism plays a vital role in providing funds for the sustainance of our wilds, it also has its dark side which shows up where commerce takes precedence over the educational factor.

India offers a number of Eco-tourism hot spots. Venture into the off beaten and unexplored paths of the mighty Himalayas, spend your days on a tree house built of environment friendly material, eat healthy organic food and entertain yourselves by watching animals and birds frolicking around. Travel to nearby villages and be introduced to the local culture and customs.

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