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Loose and comfortable wear appreciably Bermudas, shorts and t-shirts
Moisturizing and sunscreen lotion
Sunglasses and caps
Sport footwear for comfortable rafting, like slippers, floaters (preferred with ankle strap)
Personal Medication / Mosquito Coils
Personal toiletry items and towel
Backpacks are advised over carry bags and suitcases
Eco-tourism could be broadly defined as making
as little environmental impact as possible and helping to
sustain the indigenous populace, thereby encouraging the
preservation of wildlife and habitats when visiting a place.
Responsible Eco-tourism includes programs that minimize the
adverse effects of traditional tourism on the natural
environment and enhance the cultural integrity of local people.
Whether it's about a nature camp or organizing trekking trips towards the un-spoilt and inaccessible regions, one should always keep in mind not to create any mishap or disturbance in the life cycle of nature. Historical, biological and cultural conservation, preservation, sustainable development etc. are some of the fields closely related to Eco-Tourism. Read More..