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Responsible tourism
 What is responsible tourism?
Responsible tourism is the easily accessible in tourism even for budget family. Moreover it can be defined to create the friendly environment, place, economy, and other require needs for the better place to visit and live in short time or might be long time too.
Responsible tourism is inclusive travel project where all the stakeholders get equal benefits. Likewise, environmental security, budget economic conditions, participation of local people, community, stakeholders, and government sectors plays the vital role to perform the project and get associability and outcome directly and indirectly inclusively.

Why it is necessary?
Responsible tourism is new trend in tourism industry. But it's very important for buyer and seller or costumers and business man. Furthermore it is more important fro the nation itself. Responsible tourism focus on budget expenses, friendly environment, prioritized in local production and manpower. Focus on affect rather than economy, involve inclusively, observe clearly, renaissance of the local culture.
It is the campaign for sustainable tourism or it is the practice for long term, independent and participatory activities tourism which internalized the overall problem and leads on eco friendly tourism with revenue.
How will benefitted and how?
The tourism and all stakeholders will be benefitted as follow.
Minimizes unnecessary expense, environmental and social impacts
Improve the capability of industry
Inclusive participation of gender, marginal group, government, community and other stakeholders
Make positive contribution towards the nation
Provide opportunity to enjoy the natural Nepal for every people
Provides more enjoyable experiences for tourists through more meaningful connections with local
People, and a greater understanding of local cultural, social and environmental issues
Provides access for physically challenged people

Is culturally sensitive, encourages respect between tourists and hosts, and builds local pride and confidence”