Impacts of Tourism on India.

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India has 5,000 year old ancient civilization 325 languages spoken – 1,652 dialects 18 official languages 29 states, 5 union territories 3.28 million sq. kilometers - Area 7,516 kilometers - Coastline 1.08 Billion population. 5600 dailies, 15000 weeklies and 20000 periodicals in 21 languages with a combined circulation of 142 million.

It is bordered by Pakistan to the west;[14] China, Nepal, and Bhutan to the north-east; and Bangladesh and Myanmar to the east. India is in the vicinity of Sri Lanka, the Maldives, and Indonesia in the Indian Ocean. CLIMATE OF INDIA : From

At the international level, India should pay a dynamic role and make its presence felt at the World Tourism Organization, World Travel Tourism and Travel Council and Earth Council. Its unique cultural values spiritual heritage should be projected with dignity and elevation befitting a great nation, whenever suitable opportunity comes our way.

The climate of India is one of the most important factors to outline your travel plan in India. The vast geographic scale and diverse topography brings a wide range of climatic conditions, which vary greatly from region to region, and sometimes even from day to night, as in the desert regions. North India get sever fluctuations in climate due to the changing moods of Himalayan mountains and Thar Desert, while south India surrounding by Arabian Sea, Indian Ocean, and Bay of Bengal, make India a monsoonal country. The climate of India is further subdivided by inside tropical variation in north and south India. It is completely a web in which you will enjoy varied and unique climatic experiences.

The far north eastern part of India is covered with white snows and receives -40 oC winter while north western part is dominated by simmering Thar Desert and get hottest climate reaching to above 50 oC. The north central India is made up of fertile landscapes and get four different kind of weathers. The south India is blessed with evergreen forests, rivers, and largest bodies of water. Pleasant round the year, South India also offers very, very interesting climatic conditions. When you are on trip to India, keep climate your primary concern, it is an another way to explore the diversities of india.


In India Air pollution and noise Transport by air, road, and rail is continuously increasing in response to the rising number of tourists and their greater mobility. Tourism now accounts for more than 60% of air travel. One study estimated that a single transatlantic return flight emits almost half the CO2 emissions produced by all other sources (lighting, heating, car use, etc.) consumed by an average person yearly. Air pollution from tourist transportation has impacts on the global level, especially from CO2 emissions related to transportation energy use. And it can contribute to severe local air pollution. Noise pollution from airplanes, cars, buses, In addition to causing annoyance, stress, and even hearing loss for humans, it causes distress to wildlife and can cause animals to alter their natural activity patterns.

Solid waste and littering In areas with high concentrations of tourist activities and appealing natural attractions, waste disposal is a serious problem and improper disposal can be a major despoiler of the natural environment - rivers, scenic areas, and roadsides. Solid waste and littering can degrade the physical appearance of the water and shoreline and cause the death of marine animals. In mountain areas, trekking tourists generate a great deal of waste. Tourists on expedition leave behind their garbage, oxygen cylinders and even camping equipment. Such practices degrade the environment with all the detritus typical of the developed world, in remote areas that have few garbage collection or disposal...
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