Sustainable Tourism is the idea of visiting a place as a visitor and endeavouring to have a beneficial outcome on nature, society, and the economy as a whole. It doesn’t mean changing the whole concept of tourism and all but practising the same old thing in a better way using modern ideas and equipment, less harming the biotic elements, increasing the revenue and maximizing the tourist satisfaction. Whatever we call Sustainable Tourism, Green Tourism, Responsible Tourism, or Eco-Tourism, the theme and the idea is the same.
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Sustainable Tourism development requires the informed cooperation of every stakeholder, and also solid political administration to guarantee wide investment and accord building. Accomplishing sustainable tourism development is a continuous process. It requires continuous monitoring and garnishment.
However the central aspect of tourism deals and rounds around tourists, so the main motive of Sustainable tourism should be high tourist satisfaction and providing them with a meaningful experience in a sustained way.
Sustainable Tourism, looking at the Tourism scenario in Nepal, this term has been newly introduced in Nepal. If ctered and practised well, it can be a boon for our country. We have tons of Natural Resources, and we’re rich in culture and traditions. If we are able to utilize all these in a sustained and more scientific way, we can drive the economic traffic of Nepal to the next level.
Currently, this term is somehow new and unique in the case of Nepal. Peoples and stakeholders have problems accepting such things so quickly. Unstable government, legal complications, and many other factors are the main reasons that cease the implementation of Sustainable Tourism In Nepal. To make Sustainable Tourism a successful one, it should be implemented from the local level. We shouldn’t just wait for the government to do all the things. Even a porter, guide, hoteliers, and tourism-related people can do something small from their side to less harm the environment. However, just less harming the situation is not sustainable tourism fully, but it’s a part. Something good is better than nothing good.
In conclusion, Nepal is gifted with lots of natural resources, cultures, traditions, and all. The government should make good policies to best utilize these resources in a sustained way. In fact, sustainable tourism is the best solution to over-tourism in Nepal. Only then optimum utilization of resources can be implied, saving something for future generations. Sustainable Tourism can be boon for Nepal to accelerate the economy of our country by maximizing the tourist’s satisfaction.
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