The travel industry is witnessing a paradigm shift with a growing emphasis on sustainability. Booking.com’s Sustainable Travel Report 2023, based on insights from over 33,000 travelers across 35 countries and territories, reveals that 76% of global travelers express a desire to travel more sustainably in the next 12 months.
Gaurav Dhotre, is a corporate turned naturalist . He gave up his mumbai city life to follow his passion for wildlife. He discovered his love for wildlife in childhood and was fascinated to draw and read about wildlife and as he grew he took to trekking and hiking, used to increase his knowledge about the Flora and Fauna.
Rural tourism signifies the visitor’s interest in the customs of the indigenous and exotic destination. Rural tourism represents rural life, culture, art and heritage in the destination, from which the local community benefits economically and socially.
Collarwali or ‘Mataram’ ‘Respected Mother’ in Hindi, who died recently. She is a legend in the Pench Tiger Reserve that straddles the Madhya Pradesh and Maharashta borders of India.
The writer is an experienced travel expert in Britain and has floated a new global partnership with hotels and tour operators: TOFTigers
The Sustainable Travel Trends Survey, which was conducted among 18,327 travellers worldwide including 1,020 from India, has been rolled out to mark the World Environment Day on June 5.
COVID-19 has led to an abrupt halt in nature-based tourism around the world, marked by travel restrictions, lockdowns and closures of protected areas. Unfortunately, when tourism stops, so too do the benefits of conservation, both for wildlife and local communities alike.
Booking.com, the world’s largest online travel booking business, has released its 2020 Sustainability Report, sharing market intelligence that 80% of travelers think sustainable travel is important, and 70% are more likely to choose an accommodation if it has implemented sustainable practices.
India the least Sustainable Travel destination? Sweden has been ranked as the most sustainable country for travel in a new index. Following the Scandinavian nation in Euromonitor’s Top Countries for Sustainable Travel are Finland (second) and Austria (third). Rounding out the top […]