Comparison of Competitors’ Product

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Comparison of competitors’ product
In this topic we compare popular eco tourism destination in the world and with Sri Lanka’s eco tourism products. According to independent tarveller.com rating these (below) are top few destinations for eco tourism in the world. Further we analyses same or equal quality products are available in Sri Lanka.

Palau
long before it was featured on the 10th season of "Survivor," the island nation of Palau was recognized as one of the world's foremost diving destinations. In the crystal-clear sea just off the coast is a colorful underwater wonderland, featuring more than 500 species of coral teeming with some 1,400 kinds of fish. On land, travelers can wander along unspoiled beaches or go trekking through dense jungles.

Palau's remote location in the westernmost corner of Micronesia has helped to shield both its natural resources and its cultural traditions from the detrimental effects of mass tourism, and the locals are working to make sure their island paradise stays pristine well into the future. About 460 miles of reefs and lagoon waters are dedicated no-fishing zones, which have allowed many endangered species of fish to repopulate the area. The Palau Conservation Society manages nearly two dozen conservation areas and encourages sustainable development to protect the islands' fragile ecosystems. Comparison with Sri Lankans Product

Being an island Sri Lanka Totally covered with Beaches. For eco tourism four beaches are very famous those are: Arugam Bay is a bay situated on the Indian Ocean in the dry zone of Sri Lanka's southeast coast. The bay is located 320 km due east of Colombo. "Ullai" as Arugam Bay is top ten surfing place in the world. The beach at Rekawa village, 10km east of Tangalla Bay Beach, is home to one of the most important sea turtle nesting sites in World, visited by five different species which lay their eggs in the sand here every night throughout the year. Like this Kalpitiya, Tricomalee are famaouse...
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