world tourism day


blankShiviSeptember 26, 20196min10590

About World Tourism Day

The World Tourism Day celebration was inaugurated by the United Nations World Tourism Organization in the year 1980 which is celebrated every year at 27th September. This special day was selected in order with all the laws of the UNWTO that came into power in the year 1970 which is acknowledged as the big landmark for the global tourism as it endeavours to aware people about the notable role of the tourism inside the international community as well as to exhibit how the social, economic, cultural, political values are affected by it globally.

This Year’s Theme

The theme of the day was “sustainable tourism”, in 2017. In 2018 the theme was “Tourism and the Digital Transformation”. This Year it is sustainable tourism worldwide.

This year world tourism day is celebrated with the theme of sustainable tourism worldwide. With the recent speech of Greta Thunberg at U.N. – it is quite visible that we all need to stop hoping and praying. It is time to act and make it happen. If we keep on hoping and praying for climate change, our nations, our environment, our tourism industry will extinct. The agencies and countries’ tourism boards with the involvement of government are focusing on sustainable tourism as a tool for development. They believe and suggest that to raise awareness the travellers shall make their purpose of travel towards climate change and environment safe tourism.


World tourism day


What Change We Can Bring

Keeping in mind tourism big magnetism thanks to its social, political, financial and also cultural effect, meriting, and value, UNTWO aims to feature and appreciate the dedication the tourism industry indicates in fulfilling the Millennium Development Goals. Tourism has become the continuously evolving and emerging economic sectors worldwide because of the existence of various engaging and new destinations for tourists. So it has become the main root of income ‎for the developing countries.

This is, not the first time the theme is on sustainable change in tourism. It is seen for the past few years where issues on the environment, biodiversity, tourism and water, community development, cultural protection etc. have been raised and spread awareness about them. In fact, in the year 2017, the theme of world tourism day was “Sustainable Tourism – a tool for development”. This year the event will be officially organized in Budapest, Hungry, to spread awareness and promote people to take action. It will focus on raising consciousness on technologies and possibilities in the tourism industry among all operatives with the respective interest of helping the sector equip for future of work on tourism’s actual and inherent contribution to sustainable development.

Tourism For a Cause

I’m a traveller and have been to numerous destinations. I have started travelling 8 years back, initially, it was my passion and nomad heart that led me to new cultures, people, and diverse landscapes. Gradually with the years passing by when I saw nature’s aggressive moves in the forms of floods, witnessed snow avalanches, landslides etc. I used to wonder why nature is not happy and showing us it’s wrath. I used to think about the reasons for all incidences occurring. This gave a hunch to inculcate the awareness of climate change and cleanliness to the people who would I meet while travelling. Furthermore, would like to mention that I do not work for an NGO, neither an organization, I’m just a traveller and a writer. But I make sure I do my bit when I travel and keep my surroundings clean and organic. Will not stretch it much, but significantly wanting to emphasis on biodiversity, cultural changes, sustainable tourism to all the travellers out there.


The European Council on Tourism and Trade President Dr Anton Caragea says “Tourism is the best teacher on the planet.”


To end I leave you all with a quote:

We live in a wonderful world that is full of beauty, charm and adventure. There is no end to the adventures we can have if only we seek them with our eyes open.


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blankShiviDecember 16, 20158min13060

India land of villages, India land of green meadows and stunning panoramas! A country blessed with beautiful terrain! Villages of Indians is all about cute mud houses, cow-dung cakes, sitting cross-legged on the terrace with cousins listening to the horror ghost stories from elders and also it is relishing fresh produce off the fields. It is absolutely true to the fact that India lives in its village as we as a country are still the agro-based economy. So, if you wish to tour the real India, you must pay a visit to its villages and get invigorated with the “mitti-ki-khushboo”.

this World Torusim Day let’s take a pledge to be a responsible traveller and make our destinations clean and friendly. Take a step towards sustainable tourism. I’m giving you few remarkable and impressive villages which you must take a trip to get the authentic feel of our country.

Indian village life belongs to a diverse world in all different time.

Hodka – Kutch

Kutch, India’s Wild West, is a geographic occurrence, full of pastoral exquisiteness. What comes into view is an incessant desert plain consecutively running dead straight into the prospect, is, in fact, a recurring island. It bears a resemblance to a Katchua or Kachbo, which means a tortoise which is enclosed by sea water. Prehistoric temples, good-looking palaces, craggy forts, flamingos, restrained rainfall, wild asses, callous sunlight, and the cool twilight breeze — wow you have so much to lure in Kutch.


The most widespread livelihood of the villagers here is making leather goods and oh-so-colourful exquisite embroidered items. The best time to visit this amazing village is from October to April.

Banavasi – Karnataka

This authentic village is also known for endogenous rustic tourism as it is snuggled along the stockpile of river Varada and is sanctified with amazing eco-system.

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Banvasi Village

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You will also find prehistoric remnants of the Kadamba dynasty which ruled from here. Rivulets running with sparkling clear waters, lovely coconut trees and green pastures …this village are tucked away in the ode of nature away from the bustling metropolitan life.

Lachen – Gangtok

Gangtok, the capital city of Sikkim, is a hill resort and one of the most admired destinations in north-east India. It is known for its picturesque beauty and conspicuous views of Mount Kanchenjunga, the third highest peak in the world.



lanchen village

As per tourism, which crest up in spring and summer and tourism is the main source of income in Gangtok since it doles out as a gateway to Sikkim. Sikkim is also a suzerain of India, and it is North-east heaven on earth with its virginal landscapes and uncharted mountain ranges.

The Sweet Hidden Spot – Yana, Karnataka

Yana, set alongside the Sahyadri Mountains astounds you with its gigantic colossal rock formations. This little village, 40 km away from the sun-drenched coastal village of Gokarna, is secreted in the forests and it lies as a secret.


Near by town yana

Yana karnatka

A passageway through the suspended rocks leads to a cave with an idol of the deity Parvati inside.

Gurez – Jammu and Kashmir

Positioned in the Northern region of Kashmir and about 140 odd kilometres from Sri Nagar, Gurez is well thought-out to be one of the most striking valleys or a village of Kashmir. Gateway of the primaeval ‘Silk Route’, Gurez also integrates the eminent pyramid shaped ‘Habba Khatoon’ peak which is named after the Kashmiri poetess.

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Even though the land is yet to be developed form major tourism point of view, but it is a beautiful village untamed.  The accommodation capacity is obtainable in the main town of Dawar and the nearby villages.

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