Ecotourism in Bangladesh described as “responsible travel to natural regions that conserves the environment, supports the well-being of local people, and includes interpretation and teaching” by The International Ecotourism Society (TIES). Ecotourism is one of the most significant subtypes of tourism. It has gained worldwide popularity in recent years. The United Nations selected 2002 as the International year of Eco-tourism, recognizing its worldwide significance (IYE). The United Nations has effectively acknowledged Ecotourism’s growing economic and social value across the world.

Bangladesh is full of many uncommon and wonderful animals. It is also full of natural beauty and pristine reserves. Bangladesh’s hills, valleys, forests, beaches, lakes, and rivers are ideal for Ecotourism. Ecotourism is increasing in Bangladesh, although it is still a relatively new kind of tourism.

Ecotourism in Bangladesh

Government’s Role in Ecotourism in Bangladesh

The government is making significant efforts to promote Ecotourism. Cox’s Bazar, Sundarbans, Kuakata Beach, and St Martin’s Island are all popular ecotourism destinations in Bangladesh. Ecotourism in Bangladesh allows travellers to meet tribal communities in addition to seeing large natural areas. Bangladesh offers a wide range of ecotourism activities as well. Hike the countryside in quest of ancient temples on the Bay’s outlying islands. Get into a boat and float down a glittering river or lake.

One may stumble across Mru communities on their trek through the dense jungle. Get an opportunity to see Bangladesh’s incredible tigers. Many tourist businesses are also providing a wide range of itineraries and customized eco-tours and skilled guides that will enhance the incredible experience. Ecotourism is becoming more popular in Bangladesh as more visitors become aware of the breathtaking landscapes, exciting fauna, and diverse plant variety that this wonderful country offers.

TypesSites
MarineMarine-protected areas, coral reefs, islands, beaches, bays
TerrestrialMountains, volcanoes, caves, trails, forest areas
FreshwaterLakes, rivers, hot and cold springs, waterfalls
CulturalChurches, historical sites, festivals
ManmadeUrban parks, reforestation sites
Types of Ecotourism Sites (Source: Ahmed and Mollah (2014))

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