Responsible Tourism (RT) is mainly conceived with three kinds of responsibilities which are termed as the ‘triple bottom-line’ economic responsibility, social responsibility and environmental responsibility. Though the concept of responsible tourism was there right from 1996, it was after the Cape Town Declaration of 2002 that a detailed picture of responsible tourism - including its aims, and factors evolved. RT encompasses all forms of tourism and seeks to minimize negative economic, environment and social impacts. It generates greater economic benefits to local people and enhances the wellbeing of local communities. It also makes positive contributions to the conservation of natural and cultural heritage, and maintenance of the world’s diversity.
Kumarakom gently sweeps away all that ails your mind, body and soul. These sleepy clusters of islands have a certain rustic vibe to them that rubs off on every visitor. From the moment you step in, you are greeted by lush greenery, friendly villagers and pristine waters on all sides. Try the freshly caughtKarimeen (pearl spot), Chemmeen (shrimp) and prawns from the mighty Vembanad Lake. The cold waters and bright sun will relax your entire being instantly. This peace is what draws people in large numbers to this beautiful destination in Kottayam.
An internationally renowned beach town on the shores of the Arabian Sea,Kovalam is a beloved haunt of tourists from across the globe. The coastal village life of Kovalam is effervescent and rich, teeming with a variety of activities like coir manufacturing, coconut leaf weaving, fish markets and the like. Visitors can experience the vibrant village life of Kovalamfirst-hand to understand the charm and allure of this quaint coastal village.
One of the most sought after wildlife destinations in the country, Thekkady is located on the serene banks of the Periyar Lake. Renowned for its exotic spices and diverse wildlife, we provide our visitors with a chance to experience village life in Thekkady and mingle with the locals. Embracing the local flavours will give our visitors a better insight into the soul of this delightful destination.
A quaint village in Kasaragod district, Bekal is the land where History sleeps. The sun kissed beaches, majestic hills, regal forts, meandering rivers and the rich cultural tradition of this land are just some of the treasures Bekal has, to offer.
Wayanad is celebrated for its sub-tropical savannahs, quaint hill stations, expansive spice plantations, luxuriant forests and rich cultural traditions. Located on the southern tip of the majestic Deccan plateau, it is a bio-diverse region sprawling across 2,132 square kilometres nestled in the Western Ghats. The forests that blanket this region act as a safe haven for some of the oldest tribes still untouched by civilisation. We will help you capture a glimpse of the picturesque village life in Wayanad.
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