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Ecologically Friendly India Tourism

Massive construction around the world elevating building that manifest and beautify the landscape and exponential increase of natural territory into front line commercialization has been an ongoing trend in the entire world for last many years. The world is losing out on natural beauty, rain forests, wild life, national terrain, tourism areas and overall the impact of what these significant elements render to civilization. India, is no exception to the rule. With the lush green mountain terrains in the northern areas covering the Himalayas all the way to the coastal waters in the south districts, India is an amalgamation of all terrain beauty ranging from scenic valleys to pellucid waters. India has been fortunate with the different arrays of scenic routes and natural habitats inside its copious territory. Not only is India the natural sanctum for scenic and nature lovers but also the residence of hundreds of animals and plants that are only found in these areas. Many endangered species live within the borders of India anticipating to foster more generations.

The rain forests and snow covered mountains are also an intriguing part of Great India's natural habitats. National parks have been laid out to ensure that the beauty and the living animals coexist and remain existent for the generations to come. The Bhimseshwari National Park in Mandya district is most certainly one of the living examples where the government has tried to gauge and captivate the visitors by ensuring that the beauty keeps its natural color and the ravines keep on falling into the magnificent Deccan Plateau to form the twin falls of Barachukki and Gaganachukki.

The sparkling blue waters of Cauvery wind through rocks and ravines and fall off the Deccan Plateau to form the twin falls of Barachukki and Gaganachukki. Within the domains of this park, one can see herds of elephants amongst the thick trees orchestrating a sensational design of gods handicraft on earth. Wild boars, monkeys, Jackals, crocodiles, otters and even leopards are all on the sight seeing list. One can not miss out on seeing a myriad of birds flying in all directions. Heron, ibis, cormorant, and kingfisher all have a residence in this state park and others around India.

Similar natural areas are now being cogged down by human interventions, and magnitude of construction sites close by depleting the quality of life and the live within the areas. Industrial areas are now popping up and harnessing an expansion matrix which changes the color of the rivers close by it and thus effecting the overall valued natural scenario. Lack of government policies also has to be taken into account though hundreds of NGO's and even government institutions are working around the clock to preserve the India that they hold dear to the hearts.

The tourism industry is one of the pinnacles that has significantly impacted the objective of keeping India clean and hazard free. Tourism packages are now being sold that chip in a significant percentage from the sales to streamline the policies and contribute to the ongoing preservation projects all across India.
Several tourism agents like wildlife India are being more cautious to only visit sites that are breeding the almost extinct animals and have funds to take care of the natural beauty. Some tourism agencies are even taken visitors to the far flung areas to keep smaller groups to keep the natural resources in tact.
India with its abundant supply of natural habitant is working hard to ensure a very friendly and ecologically available tourism industry.

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