Indian tiger tourism

India Emphasizes the Positive Aspects of ‘Tiger Tourism’

Credit for successful conservation efforts should be shared with visitors In April, a unique post appeared in the private Facebook group known as “Tigers of India,” where wildlife enthusiasts regularly exchange their experiences within the country’s numerous tiger reserves. Normally, the group is filled with breathtaking photographs featuring the majestic big cats engaged in activities

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River Tourism in India

Exploring River Tourism in India’s Waterways

Spanning from the Ganges in the north to the Periyar in the south and the Brahmaputra in the east, India boasts a plethora of significant rivers that have profoundly influenced the growth of civilizations and trade routes throughout history. However, these aren’t the only rivers shaping India’s landscape. With eight major river systems and over

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India Medical Tourism

The Impact of India’s Cosmetic Treatment Sector on Medical Tourism

With its cost-effective healthcare services and the availability of top-notch surgical facilities, India is becoming a prominent destination for hair, skin, and other cosmetic treatments. Driven by factors such as pent-up demand, rising costs of therapies in the West, and the ongoing conflict in Ukraine, India’s medical tourism industry is experiencing a surge in visitors

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Rural Farm-Based Tourism in India

Promoting Sustainable Rural Farm-Based Tourism for Livelihood in India

Rising in popularity, agro-tourism is becoming a significant segment in the agricultural industry, attracting individuals who crave a more relaxed lifestyle and a deeper connection with rural areas. Through agro-tourism, farmers provide accommodations and curated experiences, creating a mutually beneficial relationship between tourists and farmers. In their quest for solace, individuals often turn their attention

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Eco-tourism in India

Eco-tourism: Not Just for Conservation, but for More

Eco-tourism can also contribute to job creation and inspire individuals to become advocates for protecting wildlife Lately, viral videos have highlighted the harmful encounters between tourists and wildlife in their natural habitats. While many people visit national parks to experience safaris and witness the wildlife, some tourists may overstep boundaries and jeopardize both their own

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India's Mega Adventure Tourism

Exploring India’s Mega Adventure Tourism

India is eagerly preparing for the upcoming launch of two exciting adventure trails in 2023 – the Ganga Trail and the Northwestern Himalayan Trail. Alongside, there are further plans in progress for additional trails, including the Narmada Trail and the Kaveri River Trail. These adventure tourism initiatives will be carefully crafted with a strong emphasis

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