Bike ride at Kaziranga National Park

And how to apply it?

The 2020 pandemic has been quite a challenge for tourism. In addition to the new sanitary measures that are and will have to be put in place by the authorities, hotels and touristic sites, many actors will have to rethink how they operate and how they travel. In order to make the journey more authentic: to meet new cultures, to discover the natural wonders and to exchange with the locals.

Read moreSustainable tourism, responsible tourism, ecotourism … A Comprehensive guide

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In terms of responsible tourism, Northeast India is particularly exemplary. Few travelers know this, but it is one of the most important areas for biodiversity (Biodiversity Hotspot), where hundreds of tribal communities live in harmony with their environment.

It is understood that many people and communities are engaged in the conservation and preservation of species and their ecosystems and ancestral traditions which are deeply interlinked.

Here is a humble tribute to the anonymous heroes who fight every day to save their environment and by extension our planet. These people often take their entire lives to protect the environment.

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Ohey Tayeng - Pakke Nest Protector, Assam
Tigre du Bengale au Parc National des Sundarbans

Wildlife in India is made up of many species. Apart from the main livestock, India has a wide variety of animals endemic to the country. Among the most impressive or intriguing animals, the country is home to Bengal tigers, Asiatic lions, pythons, wolves, bears, crocodiles, wild dogs, monkeys, snakes, bison varieties, the Asian rhinoceros, the Asian elephant, and many others we have described in this article.

Read moreAnimals in India, where to observe wild animals?

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Some places we visit have this “out of place / out of time” kind of a thing. It is like everything is holding within a particular ethereal energy. Majuli Island always gives me this special feeling when I travel there. I am not sure wether it’s due to the abundant wildlife or because of the friendly and deep inhabitants.

Read moreMajuli Island – The esoteric river island of Northeast

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Prayer during Raas Mahotsav Festival, Majuli Island
Ziro Festival of Music in Arunachal Pradesh

Ziro Festival of Music is an independant music gathering happening every year since 2012 in Ziro Valley, Arunachal Pradesh. Created by Bobby Hano et Anup Kutty, the whole set-up is an eco-friendly initiative. It employs local bamboo artisans and is hosted by people of the Apatani tribe of Arunachal Pradesh.

Ziro Valley Festival features a magnificient list of musical talents from India and abroad, with an amazing audience, ready to enjoy the melody. The festival has a rich combination of Indian music, vibrant culture and art.

The experience is immersive, balancing between the two stages, and eventualy to the third one, namely the food and beverages corner. Musical expression is rather eclectic and the program will transport you from traditional music coming from all over India and abroad to Jazz and Rock or even Rap.

Read moreZiro Festival of Music : Join Arunachal Pradesh Ziro Festival 2019

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