Wellness demands your attention
In 2016, the focus of tourism is going to be on wellness. People are going through the most trying times with competition at work and long hours at the office. Today, wellness and wildlife go hand in hand; the fresh jungle air and a connection with animals are most sought after to reduce stress and leave you one with nature.The younger generation is also turning to adventure experiences like trekking, river rafting, bungee jumping, and zip lining.
Many of you reading this will probably say we all know about this, if we do then why are we allowing the government to impose the National Green Tribunal (NGT) ban to axe our own feet? Isn’t it the responsibility of the state and central governments to take onus of how these camps along the Ganga dispose off their waste? Rules must be imposed with heavy fines to ensure they are not flouted. Why would you take away one of the most popular and economically viable tourism sectors from our industry? Most countries have found a solution to this and we must too!