A community by definition implies individuals with some kind of collective responsibility, and the ability to make decisions by representative bodies. Community based tourism is tourism in which local residents (often rural, poor and economically marginalised) invite tourists to visit their communities.
Eco-tourism is consecrated for preserving and sustaining the diversity of the world's natural and cultural environments. It accommodates and entertains visitors in a way that is minimally intrusive or destructive to the environment and sustains & supports the native cultures in the locations it is operating in.
Ethnic tourists are driven by the desire to see something different where curiosity is the ultimate factor. The travelers choose to experience first hand the practices of another culture, and may involve performances, presentations and attractions portraying or presented by indigenous communities.
Village tourism is the primary tourism product to spread tourism and its socio-economic benefits to rural and its new geographic regions, thereby stopping the exodus from rural to urban areas.The objective is to showcase rural life, art, culture and heritage at rural locations and in villages, which have core competence in art & craft, handloom, and textiles as also an asset base in the natural environment.
Over the years,tea tourism in India has gained immense popularity among globetrotters. Indeed, it is India's answer to wine tourism offered by European countries like France and Germany.We are uniting enthusiastically to present to tourists a taste of India's most popular beverage owing to its tea tourism packages to Darjeeling and Dooars.
Bird Watching Tourism
Birdwatching is a major component of wildlife tourism and is one of the most rapidly growing interest amongst the tourists. Over 1200 of the world's 8650 species are found in India. India’s bird check- list is twice the size of Europe and North America.