As the mistical indian master Osho once said:
If you love a flower, don’t pick it up. Because if you pick it up it dies and it ceases to be what you love. So if you love a flower, let it be. Love is not about possession. Love is about appreciation. — Osho
So why do we Humans through out our history have destroyed and eradicated the nature in our planet? Why are we still doing it? How does this relate with tourism? How can we solve this? All this question came up to me as I was taking a walk by the lake in my town.
One of the reasons people do tourism is to see the different marvels we have around our world. We can find them in different forms, such as natural wonders, buildings, and historical monuments. Being nature one of the most common reasons why we travel, why do we need to contaminate and deteriorate mother nature? Many would justify that it is just normal that with the huge amount of people going always to the same place it is normal that it deteriorates. Many other people would suggest that is just necessary to construct and change a bit the area to have new hotels and restaurant for all this tourist. But have you heard about ecotourism? Ecotourism takes a step forward in the fight against the consumption, and the way we are living produce tons of waste. We can all still enjoy nature and its landscape, but also taking care of our home, the world. Is it ecotourism just about not destroying? Do you need to sleep in a tent or in the forest to make