Eco-tourism or Eco-trekking is often defined as a form of tourism with a purpose. Whilst in general terms it means environmentally friendly’ tourism. There is not a universal definition for eco-tourism, and the specific definition as to what this actually means in practice can vary greatly from one country to another. Although it lacks one clear definition, the International Eco-tourism has classified it.
Responsible travel to natural areas that conserves the environment and sustains the well as being of local people. In addition, the World Conservation visitation to relatively undisturbed natural areas has low negative visitor impact and provides for the beneficially active socio-economic involvement of local populations.
This means that those who implement and participate in Eco-tourism follow the following principle…
Sustainable Tourism Eco-Tourism
Eco Trekking is often confused with sustainable tourism. Whilst eco-tourism is a form of tourism (in addition to sport, health, culture, and adventure tourism), the concept of sustainable development should be applied to all these forms of tourism. If the principles of sustainability are applied, then the type of tourism can be called sustainable tourism -therefore it can apply to all tourism activities.
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It was my first time in Nepal and I really enjoyed it! I have seen a lot of beautiful places, met many friendly people and loved the beliefs and culture…
It was my first time in Nepal and I really enjoyed it! I have seen a lot of beautiful places, met many friendly people and loved the beliefs and culture of this country. I’d love to come back to do some more trekkings around Annapurna or Mustang area and I’d definitely travel again with Himalayan leaders, perfect organization, so I recommend it to everyone who wants to discover the beauty of Nepal!