ENDEAVOURS OF ECO-TOURISM FOR KUMAOUN REGION OF UTTRAKHAND STATE, INDIA

Ms Deepti Pande Rana

Abstract


Tourism is one of the signicant income workers for any locale or nation when contrasted with different types of Tourism. Tourism is one of the
world’s most rapidly growing industries. Much of its growth is due to higher disposable incomes, increased leisure time and falling costs of travel.
The Tourism is a service industry it comprises of a number of tangible and intangible components. The tangible elements include transport systems
- air, rail, road, water and now, space; hospitality services - accommodation, food and beverage, tours, souvenirs; and related services such as
banking, insurance and safety and security. The intangible elements include: rest and relaxation, culture, escape, adventure, new and different
experience. Ecotourism normally includes travel to goals where greenery, fauna, and social legacy are the essential attractions. The Kumaon locale
of Himalayan offers a portion of the rarest 'tourism' results of nature with a wide biological range and assorted variety. Aside from the manysplendored
characteristic attractions and beautiful excellence, the religious and socio-social measurements of the vacationer asset expect
criticalness with regards to the slope locale lying in the lap of the lower Himalayas. The paper is gone for distinguishing the capability of Kumaon
district in setting of slope tourism and in addition to deciding future vital alternatives for powerful administration of its goals for manageable
advancement.


Keywords


Eco-tourism, Himalayan Region, Endeavors , Sustainable Tourism, Economy, Culture

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