Volume 20 No 22 (2022)
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Stakeholder perception towards Economic Sustainable Tourism Development in Lesser Himalayan regions- A study of Great Lakes of Jammu and Kashmir
Mr. Qazi Ruban, Dr.Kushal Singh, Rameez Ahmad Mir
The topic of sustainable tourism development has become a prominent problem in several developing regions when devising a developmental framework for tourist-related activities. Sustainable development prioritises the fair allocation of resources, including the ability of future generations to access and employ these resources. The present aims to review the existing literature on Sustainable Tourism Development in Himalayan Mountains. This proposed study is undertaken to understand and explore the perception of tourism stakeholders‟ achieving economic sustainable tourism development in Great Lakes Trek of JK The research aims to evaluate the economic dimensions of Sustainable Tourism Development in Great Lakes of Jammu & Kashmir to anticipate impact on local communities. The trek passes through snow-capped mountain peak, bewitching landscapes, flaming pines and high altitude lakes. The Kashmir Seven Lakes trek is paradise on earth. It has everything that the nature has to offer in scenic lap Because of its favourable geographical location, Jammu & Kashmir is considered a paradise for adventure tourism. The study will help in knowing the stakeholder perception in attaining economic Sustainable Tourism Development in Great Lakes Trek of JK.
Sustainable Tourism Development, Economy, stakeholder, Perception, Kashmir.
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