Tourism Code

Responsible Tourism

Tourism is one of the world's largest industries and one of its fastest growing economic sectors.At the same time, it has many negative outsourced effects. As a response to the observation of the negative impacts of global mass tourism on the natural and socio-cultural environment of our territory, some stakeholders have proposed another form of tourism: responsible tourism.
In the Provence Alpes Cote d'Azur territory, the impact of the tourism activity is particularly strong on the local economy and has dramatic consequences on the socio-cultural and environmental situation.

Nowadays a lot of people wish to enjoy their leisure time in a different way in their area, but they have no access to accurate information on the different options that are available for them to choose responsible tourism.
If you wish to go further in your search you can access more textual materials and reference in our website about responsible tourism.

Tourism is an activity done by an individual or a group of individuals, which leads to a motion from a place to another. From a country to another for performing a specific task, or it is a visit to a place or several places in the purpose of entertaining which leads to an awareness of other civilizations and cultures, also increasing the knowledge of countries, cultures, and history
Tourism has a direct impact on the national revenue for all touristic countries, it creates work opportunities, industries, and several investments to serve and raise nations performance and cultures, also distributes their history, civilization, and traditions.

Tourism in India
Since long before India's Ministry of Tourism and culture launched the "Incredible India" publicity campaign a decade ago, this exotic destination has held a distinctive place in travelers' imaginations. Still, the ministry's efforts have proven effective in projecting India as one of the world's prime tourist attractions. A boom in recent years within India's tourism industry has stemmed from the take-off of numerous types of tourism across the country

South India
If you can brave the late monsoon season in Kerala, on the southwest tip of India you will catch a snake boat race. This traditional Indian sport is as much a water carnival as a competition. The snake boats, also known as chundans, are festooned with decorations and rowed by up to 125 oarsmen who are accompanied by 25 singers as they re-enact religious legends. There are separate competitions for men and women, but both provide a memorable experience