Sustainable Tourism A New Dimenion Of Environmental And Cultural Conservation: A Case Study On Tribal Tourism Of Arunachal Pradesh
AbstractSustainability is indeed a word that depicts a sense of balance and fair conception between development and environmental conservation. Sustainable tourism does hold the true essence of suitability that would never compromise development with environmental conservation. Sustainable tourism which covers a broad area includes the concept of promotion of indigenous culture, tradition and lifestyle. Thus, tribal tourism happens to be an integral part of sustainable tourism. Arunachal Pradesh the abode of major 26 tribes consist approximately 3649 tribal villages that offer genuine scope of sustainable tribal tourism. The eco-friendly lifestyle of the indigenous community extends a scope of learning through the opportunity of tribal home-stay. Along with the scenic beauty the cultural diversity of Arunachal Pradesh is a big asset that would draw thousands of people from all over the world into a dimension of spectrum of culture and colours.
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