India’s Golden Triangle Tour with Pushkar Camel Fair
Description of India’s Golden Triangle Tour with Pushkar Camel Fair
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PlanetWe encourage travellers to bring their own reusable beverage container and ask for it to be refilled with filtered water instead of buying water bottles. If you are concerned about the water quality, you can get bottles fitted with filters, buy water purification tablets or drops, or get portable water filters.
We always advise the travelers to carry their own bag everywhere and do not accept plastic bags from vendors to put your purchases in. Cloth or jute bags are good alternatives. We also try to avoid using straws and plastic takeaways and look for alternatives like metal, bamboo, or paper straws. As much as possible try to dine in and avoid plastic takeaway boxes.
There’s a marketplace for trafficking rare and endangered wildlife products as souvenirs which directly threatens the survival of many species in the wild. We always advise our travelers to say no to jewelry, bags, and other products made out of coral hides, bones, or teeth of various animals.
We always recommend and work with the accommodation, restaurants, shops, etc that are environmentally conscious and provide you with alternatives for plastic.
PeoplePushkar fair is one of the famous fairs in India it gives the opportunity to thousands of people to show their unique skills and artwork so that buying local craft items has a profound impact on the local economy and it is highly sustainable. There are people who have passionately devoted themselves to learning the most incredible skills. It is necessary to preserve those skillsets by rewarding and incentivizing the locals who wish to hone them. These items are usually not only unique but also useful and made using sustainable or environment-friendly materials.
We take our travellers to eat locally grown and sourced food at the locally run restaurant or cafes, it helps in providing employment opportunities to a lot of local people and it will also help in the improvement of the local economy. We always provide accommodation, restaurants, shops, which are operated by local people of the city and recruited with the local personnel.