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It is a known fact that tourism has the power to change the lives of underserved communities. It can bring in its wake economic prosperity, preserve cultures, improve the quality of life, and provide experiential education. Even as we speak, the spectrum of positive impacts made by tourism keeps expanding, as efforts are made to...
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Ladakh is unarguably one of the finest locations to travel in the world. The place has something to offer to everyone — be it an adventure enthusiast, nature lover or a philosopher seeking the true meaning of life. A road trip to Ladakh is an experience in itself. The roads leading to this remote destination...
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Vietnam, known as the land of “Ascending Dragon” for its geographical shape on the map, is home to 54 ethnic groups each with their own unique identity and culture. In the past few years, Vietnam has become a popular South Asian destination with 15.5 million tourists visiting the country in 2018 alone. This boasts its...
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Ever heard about people living in hills of India who do not belong to any religion? OR did you know there is a landscape in India that looks exactly like the Microsoft wallpaper? OR by any chance, you heard about a trekking trail where you are surrounded by butterflies while walking? Well, you can find...
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‘If the forests around us are not lasting, we would be losing our livelihood. And we are ready to do anything to protect these trees and protect our livelihoods.’ – Ira, Local Guide and the current generation of the community whose main job was to illegally fetch out the wood from forests. People of Tangkahan,...
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Tourism has always been an ever-evolving industry, and technological advances have not only changed the way we travel but added a lot to our interactive and exciting travel experience. The blend of technology in the tourism sector has made it more accessible and approachable to the travelers of the age. While planning your vacation now,...
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‘At one point in time, we do feel leaving a legacy behind.’- Emil Ibakov from Jyrgalan, Kyrgyzstan got committed to this thought. Pristine valley of  Jyrgalan, Kyrgyzstan Jyrgalan is a remote village nestled in the mountains of eastern Kyrgyzstan. It was once a thriving mining community but was abandoned after the Soviet Union collapsed. Emil...
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An hour’s drive from Leh is located the magnificent golden statue of Buddha in the beautiful village of Likir situated at 3,651 m altitude. This village is also home to the last potter of Ladakh- Lamchung Tsepail, who is carrying forward the 1000-year-old legacy of clay pottery. This hand-built art began in this region after...
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Not too long ago, there was a time when we’d get overwhelmed by the tonnes of travel choices we had to plan our perfect vacation. A young, budget-conscious traveller would choose to go backpacking, whereas a leisure traveller with deeper pockets would take luxury holidays. There were choices aplenty in the travel market for everyone....
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Conversation with Ladakhi Councillor on Bringing Progress and Pride to the Remotest Villages When a local community participates in the decision-making, it paves the way for a comprehensive solution for local development. But while it’s often seen as an ideal approach, it is neither a common development practice, nor it is the first choice of...
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