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GREEN TOURISM Green Tourism or Ecotourism was developed in the 1980s and is usually based on the natural world and only involving small groups of visitors. The strategy also aims to have a low impact on local resources than mass tourism (Byrne et al, 2009). Ecotourism is predominantly focused on ecological conservation and educating travellers on local environments and natural surroundings. Specific to a category of vacation such as adventure or cultural, whereas sustainability applies to all types of tourism. READ MORE CORE VALUESOUR MITSION To provide tourism in the most remote areas of the Himalayas and giving both domestic and foreign tourists the opportunity to experience and explore various cultures, traditions, religions and environments of India. We also endeavour to benefit local communities and protect the environment in which they live in. READ MORE SUSTAINABLE TRAVEL Sustainability is often associated with development ‘meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs (1987 UN Convention on Environment and Development).

Tourism in mountains has a long history and attracts more and more visitors each year therefore thinking sustainably is becoming