Well­ness de­mands your at­ten­tion

TravTalk - India - - BULLETIN -

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!

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