Tourisms

List of best resort india

Planning for a vacation or a trip, everyone wants a perfect and a comfortable place to stay and enjoy your trip. Where to stay, how will that place be, etc. is something that everyone would want to know before they start their journey. Resorts are considered to be one the best place to stay specially at hill station and small places as there are many activities that you can enjoy within these amazing resorts. Resorts can give you comfortable stay with adventurous activities, pool, amazing food and many more other things. So, here we have the list of best resort india that you think of choosing if you visit these places. Club Mahindra, Coorg Club Mahindra in one of the best resorts india located in Coorg. This resort can be considered if you want to enjoy the best view and enjoy the beaut

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Tourisms

Role of Tourism Sector in Climate Change – A Perspective

Undeniable evidences throughout the globe indicate that global climate has changed compared to the pre-industrial era and is expected to continue the trend through 21st century and beyond. The Inter-governmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)1 documented that global mean temperature has increased approximately 0.76°C between 1850-1899 and 2001-2005 and it has concluded that most of the observed changes in global average temperatures since the mid-20th century is 'very likely' the result of human activities that are increasing greenhouse gas concentrations in the atmosphere. As a consequence, we observe various manifestations of climate change including ocean warming, continental-average temperatures, temperature extremes and wind patterns. Widespread decreases in glaciers and ice caps and

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Tourisms

Tourism in Western Europe: A Collection of Case Histories

Richard Voase provides an interesting collection of case studies regarding Western European tourism development. The case studies are well organized in three thematic areas based on political, economic and socio-cultural contexts. The collection of stories communicates changes in tourism development and practices and reflects how tourism development seeks for new ways of tourism thinking. Voase concludes that tourism experiences, on the part of travelers, show signs of active decision making with passive consumption. This point prompts the reader to think that tourists choose "canned" experiences that are creatively constructed, however accessed through extensive information search and decision-making. The case studies are authored by a variety of authors with strong local ties to the pla

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