Sustainable Tourism Series

According to the World Tourism Organisation (a United Nations Specialised Agency), sustainable tourism necessarily involves promoting tourism in a way that keeps in mind environmental, economic, and socio-cultural aspects and that none of them are affected negatively. So it is important to strike a balance (don’t really know what that means!) between these three aspects.

So in this series, I will be sharing small tips about how can one make their (tourist) visit/trip more eco-friendly and sustainable. I will also share the various conundrums I face as I attempt to try some of those well-meaning eco-friendly actions and how sometimes it is a failed attempt! I will ofcourse also share things that have worked or partially worked for me! And I would love to hear from all of you about your ideas on this as well, and feedback!

So tomorrow, on World Environment Day (5 June 2020), I will share my first post on the series of Sustainable Tourism! Eager to hear from all of you!

Here are the posts under this series:

  1. Leave the place cleaner (5 June, 2020)
  2. Accessing drinking water while travelling (27 June, 2020)
  3. Accessing drinking water in wilderness (28 June, 2020)
  4. Spotting wildlife: Tricks and Traits (6 July 2020)
  5. Garbage and Wildlife (5 August 2022)
  6. Kudos to Periyar Forest Department (22 November 2022)
Image: Seen outside a monastery in Sikkim

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My name is Adithi Muralidhar. I am a nature enthusiast based in Mumbai, India.

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