Why is India’s eco tourism industry in decline?

India’s ecotouring industry has seen a dramatic decline in recent years, as the country’s tourism industry is struggling to stay afloat amid the recent economic downturn.

In the past two years, the number of visitors to India’s most popular tourist destination, Dhaka, has dropped by over 50%.

According to a report published by the Centre for Research on Environment and Development (CRED), India’s Eco Tourism Industry (ETI) has seen an average annual decline of 15.5% from 2012 to 2017, with the biggest fall in the number and number of people travelling.

This has led to an overall loss of over 7.3 million tourists to the country.

The report also revealed that the country had recorded its worst eco tourism crash in the last four years, when the number was around 32.8 million people, down from more than 60 million in 2016.

It also revealed the decline of India’s tourist sector is linked to a lack of infrastructure and infrastructure needs, which have contributed to the overall decline in eco tourism in India.

While the country has a population of more than 7.5 billion people, its eco tourism sector is dominated by tourist-focused hotels and other accommodation facilities.

A report released by the government last year also highlighted the fact that there is a shortage of quality hotel rooms, which are a major contributor to the eco tourism decline.

While tourism to Dhaka has fallen by more than 50% in recent times, the country still boasts some of the world’s most eco-friendly hotels, including the Baghpat Eco Village Hotel, and the Daintree Eco Lodge.

The CRED report also stated that the decline in tourism to the Indian capital city of Dhaka and its environs is likely due to several factors including a lack and shortage of accommodation accommodation and other infrastructure.

According to the report, the increase in tourism activity has been partly attributed to the rise in eco-activities in India and its growing number of eco-tourists, such as eco-campers, eco-vendors, eco tour guides, eco trekkers, eco guides, and eco-horticulturists.

The decline of the eco-Tourist sector has led many to look for alternatives, including a new way to travel.

The report also highlighted that a number of different initiatives are underway to promote eco tourism to India, such with the Dainshow Eco Village and Daintreeside Eco Lodge being the two eco-visitors destinations that have been created by the city.

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