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Eco ToursimEco tourism is today the catch word for many environmental specialists. It is also a new approach to tourism. Eco tourism is something that has to do with the preserving and sustaining the diversity of the world's natural and cultural environments. In short it can be regarded as a tourism programme that is nature based, Ecologically sustainable, Where education and interpretation is a major constituent and Where local people are benefited."

India is a land of varied topography and offers tourists with umpteen pristine and mesmerising destinations. There are several places where you as a tourist can enjoy to the fullest the glory and generosity of the mother nature. The few places like the Himalayan region, Kerala, the northeast India, Andaman & Nicobar Islands and the Lakshadweep islands are few nature loving places of India. Thenmala in Kerala is the first planned ecotourism destination in India created to cater to the Eco-tourists and nature lovers.

The India topography boasts of abundant flora & flora. Numerous rare and endangered species live by the surroundings of these areas. The declaration of several wildlife areas and national parks has encouraged the growth of the wildlife resource, which reduced due to the wildlife hunt by several kings in the past. Currently, there are about 80 national parks and 441 sanctuaries in India, which works for the protection and conservation of wildlife resource in India.

Benefits of Ecotourism
Ecotourism to a great extent benefit the tourists and also the eco system as a whole. The tourists during their eco tour can enjoy great excursions and relish eco activities like wild animals spotting, birding, angling, trekking, rock-climbing, mountain-biking, river rafting, para-gliding, hills and lakes viewing, boating, nature walk and etc. These tour also offer great scope to the tourists to learn more about the local culture and the historical significance of the places you are travelling.Ecotourism helps motivating the conservation policy of government and local bodies.

Eco Regions in India
India is loaded with eco regions that have enveloped great natural sightseeing locations. The gigantic and majestic Himalayas is home to world famous eco sites. One can relish eco excursions here like ekking, wildlife viewing, orchid viewing, glacier viewing, birding, mountain-biking, nature walk and etc. The hill stations of India like Munnar, Ooty, Manali and Darjeeling also prove to be great eco sites.

Famous wildlife park like Ranthambore National Park, Kaziranga National Park and Periyar National Park are also famous eco regions of India. Famous rivers like Ganga and Brahmaputra are some of the richest eco places known all over.

DO'S and Don't s of Eco Travel
Carry with you all non-degradable litter such as emprty bottles, tins, plastic bags etc. They must be disposed in municipal dustbins only.

Wear clothes having forest friendly colours like green, khaki, brown.

Follow the guidelines and the rules of the places you are visiting.

Use flash less camera in the wildlife parks.

Try always be with your tour guide

In case of temporary toilets after defecation cover with mud or sand and see that it is at least 30 metres away from the water source.

Don't s
Do not use pollutants like detergent, in streams or springs while washing or bathing.

Avoid using wood as fuel to cook food at the campsite.

Avoid smoking in the forests.

Do not consume alcohol, drugs or other intoxicants.

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