Tourism benefits the economy of the developing countries, where it is one of the most significant industry and where most of the sector's tourism jobs and business are being created. Tourism development is one of the essential factors for developing countries, where it plays the most significant role in economic activity.
Most of the tourists do not implement sustainable tourism. More than the average traveler participates in mass tourism, which offers hotel packages, cruises, beach parties, and others. Where sustainable development provides interaction with the local environment and culture, mass tourism focuses on generating income.
On further research, Kajin Sara is said to have created out of water melted from the Himalayas. Visitors can reach after 18 hours of trek from Manang District headquarters, Chame. It will be no surprise if mountaineers, will find another lake in next higher altitude. If you are planning to visit between July and November, then it will be the best period for you.
The concept of sustainability emphasis on avoiding the depletion of the resources, whether it is economical, environmental, or cultural. And sustainable tourism is where tourism focuses on respecting the culture of the environment and people. Unfortunately, most of the people do not travel in this way.
Since tourism is one of the mainstays of the Nepalese economy, Nepal tourism Board (NTB) plans every year to attract more tourists. It declared 2011 as the tourism year and designed to attract one million foreign tourists that year. According to the statistics, around 598,204 tourists entered Nepal via aerial route.
Most of the time, tourists are attracted to the quality of the ecosystem rather than the mammoth development of the hotel. We can say bio-diversity is the heart of nature-based tourism. Bio-diversity is the diversity among living organisms, including marine, terrestrial, and other aquatic ecosystems.