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Category archives for: Eco-tourism

Tourism, economy and Sri Lankan leopards

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Dhaka, 13 July, 2021: Ecotourism, usually a form of nature-based tourism, is often known to be one of the fastest developing segments of the tourism market globally. In the last couple of decades, the authorities have begun to view ecotourism as a kind of economic key for supporting nature conservation although in general, this type […]

Kuakata under threat of losing tourism potential due to pollution, mismanagement

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Dhaka, 10 July, 2021: One of the biggest tourist spots in the country is under threat of plastic and sound pollution due to uncontrolled tourism, according to a report by the Marine Journalists Network. At least 50,000-60,000 tourists visit Kuakata every week during the tourism season without having any effective management to control the rush. […]

Tangail Sal Forest: Two-thirds gone as greed at play

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Dhaka, 23 June, 2021: The Sal Forest in Tangail is shrinking fast as mindless grabbing and tree felling continue, threatening the existence of this natural treasure and pushing its flora and fauna towards extinction. While foresters and locals keep playing the blame game for the destruction of a major forest, almost two-thirds or around 80,000 […]

Garos demand stop to destruction of forests in the name of eco-tourism

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Dhaka, 10 June, 2021: Members of the Garo community today formed a human chain in Tangail's Madhupur protesting the construction of an arboretum, a guest house and boundary walls over an ancient crematorium by the forest department in the name of eco-tourism. The human chain was organised at Telki beside the Tangail-Mymensingh highway at 12:00 […]

Kuakata under threat of losing tourism potential due to pollution, mismanagement

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Dhaka, 29 May, 2021: One of the biggest tourist spots in the country is under threat of plastic and sound pollution due to uncontrolled tourism, according to a report by the Marine Journalists Network. At least 50,000-60,000 tourists visit Kuakata every week during the tourism season without having any effective management to control the rush. According […]

The Nijhum Dwip – the Second Largest Mangrove Forest in Bangladesh

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Dhaka, 2 May, 2021: The Nijhum Dwip (Silent Island), a beautiful small island, belongs to Hatia Upazila of Noakhali district in Bangladesh and is located adjoining the Bay of Bengal. The Island has sea on three sides and the estuary of the Meghna River on the other side. Among the mangrove forests, Nijhum Island is […]

COVID-19 and domestic tourism development in Bangladesh

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Dhaka, 27 April, 2021: Today, September 27, is World Tourism Day (WTD). About 159 member countries of the World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) celebrate this day every year to foster awareness on the importance of tourism in terms of cultural, social, environmental and economic perspectives. Two African cities namely Djibouti and Addis Ababa have been selected […]

10 Ways to Be an Eco-Conscious Tourist

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Dhaka, 8 April, 2021: There is some irony to writing an article about travel at a time when no one's really traveling at all, but there will come a time – hopefully before too long – when we'll be adventuring once again. Not only will it be wonderful for our minds, bodies, and souls, but […]

The natural haven

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Dhaka, 29 March, 2021: Endowed with the blessings and abundance of nature, the terrain of Bangladesh is one of the liveliest territories on the earth. With more than 10 per cent of the country covered with forest, Bangladesh contains greater biodiversity than that of many countries taken together. Few countries in the world can match […]

Sreemangal tourism on the mende

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Dhaka, 6 March, 2021: Tourism in Sreemangal upazila of Moulvibazar has started to bounce back after suffering massive losses from the coronavirus pandemic that has affected almost all sectors of the economy. Traders in the area are very pleased with the increasing number of tourists and believe that business in the sector will continue to […]

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