Creating Sustainable Experiential Tourism for Showcasing Tulunadu's Ecological Treasures

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Nanda Kishore Shetty, Sachin Kamath K, Arpitha A Patil, S Ishwara Tejaswi, Mahima Bhat, Sinchana R Naik, Sanketh Samrajya


Tulunadu, located along India's beautiful western coast, is a location of extraordinary ecological richness. Its lush woods, breathtaking vistas, rich fauna, and active coastal ecosystems all work together to create a nature lover's and tourist's dream. However, the enormous increase in tourists over the years has begun to put strain on this vulnerable ecosystem. Unregulated development, an increase in visitor numbers, and unsustainable activities endanger the natural wonders that draw people to Tulunadu. This study digs into sustainable tourism techniques that are adapted to Tulunadu's unique ecological situation. The major goal is to discover ways in which local communities, government bodies, and tourists may work together successfully to ensure the long-term protection and conservation of Tulunadu's ecological treasures while also enjoying the region's beauty and cultural diversity. Practicing eco-friendly travel, limiting trash, supporting local conservation programs, and protecting wildlife and natural habitats can all help to preserve the region's ecological integrity. The findings of this study will not only add to the larger discussion about sustainable tourism but will also serve as a roadmap for maintaining paradise in Tulunadu, ensuring that its ecological assets are preserved for future generations to adore and enjoy.

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