It is alarming to note that more than 3 lakh tourists visited Ladakh in 2018 alone. This is more than the population of Ladakh itself.
Dharampura Haveli is said to date back to 1887 and it was originally constructed to serve both residential and commercial purposes.
Tourism has mainly shown great environmental impacts which are mostly negative in nature, thus the need to shift to sustainable tourism.
The three-day long Rural Immersion Expedition will take place on 28, 29 and 30 June 2019. First timers are encouraged to apply.
Delhi Greens brings to you one such wall mural art initiative for village revival in Uttarakhand from a village in the Mussoorie hill range.
Here is the list of top ten wetlands of India, from north to the south, which are a must visit for any travel enthusiast!
Not many would know that Shimla derives its name from Shimlah or Shumlah, a middle-sized village around which the city developed and which was famous for a Fakir who used to give water to travellers. The Shimla of today is urging travellers to not come to their city and to not drink their water.
We share with you the beautiful and unexplored Indian destination of Imphal, the capital of Manipur, located in North-east India!
Garden City Singapore is a one-stop-shop for sights, sounds, tastes and cultures and is a complete ecotourism destination due to its amazing green cover!
Weekly environmental news roundup from across different media networks for week 39 (starting September 24, 2012) 2012.
The Ministry of Tourism organized an All-India workshop in New Delhi to initiate discussions on its forthcoming “Campaign Clean India”.
Earth Day 2011 was commemorated by Delhi Greens by re-connecting the citizens of Delhi with the two lifelines that support them. Delhi Greens contributed to the Billion Acts of Green campaign by organizing an Earth Day Urban Ecotour!