Navyonepal Discovery Asia - what tourism means for us

What tourism means for us


The Tourism is a fairly recent social phenomenon. Once reserved for those who are rich or aristocratic, social development and technology today allows many to travel. Tourism brings welfare, jobs and development in the country, Italy is a prime example. But in addition to beautiful things, tourism also has its negative sides difficult or if we want to. For this we explain here our approach to tourism.



Nowadays, travel there seems nothing special , is a part of life. Tourism today is one of the most important global industries, including an almost endless variety. Then there are, however, also all the negative aspects associated with tourism: the exploitation, such as sexual tourism , the pollution, the impact on the cultures and so on.

The Responsible Tourism, as we want to define it, ot is not a renunce at comfort, is a careful way of traveling to match the best interests of all. It is not " alternative " by itself, is just a form of tourism in which we believe. Many proposals for alternative tourism in reality they are only cosmetically different, perhaps with a visit to a project and voila, you have made a solidarity tourism journey: it is certainly just marketing, not responsible tourism at all.



Tourism will grow in the future because more and more people can afford to travel, for example, just think about the soaring of Chinese tourists in the world in recent years.

This implies that tourism should have a growing responsability, both by the traveler and by who is organizing it. Tourism will be involved as a priority in protecting the ecosystems and in the social sustainability.



In the Himalayas and surrounding areas, tourism can have a big role in the economic and social development, if the principles of sustainable tourism will be more respected. Especially for remote regions, they can find, even if limited, directly or indirectly, a source of income from tourism. We support local agriculture quality, perhaps even biological. It would be a healthier food, both for locals and for travelers, and wiould increase the quality of the tourist experience, why not?

Tourism has, therefore, become more social, more innovative, also toensure his responsibility role on our planet. So, the tourism it should do more lobbying in their own long-term interest.

Engaging more local personal improves the prospects of the local labor market, reducing social tensions and raising the possibility that travelers can know first hand the country.

Giving more attention to ecological impacts, we can support such initiatives by improving the quality of life for local people..

In the long term, a truly responsible tourism improves the economy, social stability, the quality of life of the country, and at the same time the quality of the experience for the traveler, visiting a region or country more liveable more peaceful and more beautiful in its entirety.



Be limited to offer "less" is contrary to economic thought. In tourism, the thought of growing indefinitely means that today there are operators offering "everything". In our opinion this is at the expense of responsible tourism. It is impossible to offer everything and be competent everywhere. How can you be an expert in all the world?

For this we limit our offer to what we know very well and do not offer jouneys around the all world..



As Responsible Tour Operator , transparency is important for us, the detailed offers we send include many useful information, so to better prepare yourself for the journey. Transparency continues in informing what is really included, leaving no doubt. The activities and services are daily described in details, we provided the accommodation indicated by name. And we invite every traveler to contribute with its observations and comments, and with his active participation, to improve, for example, the environment of our trips.