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Travelling Resolutions To Make And Follow – World Tourism Day

Team StoryWeavers|November 17, 2020, 13:12 IST| 46

Are you a responsible tourist? What makes a responsible tourist and why is it so important?

With festival and winter vacations on the way, we gear up to embark on new journeys to different parts of our country and the world. This World Tourism Day we want you to remember to enjoy your vacations, and be mindful of your actions in new places too!

Don’t turn paradise into plastic-land : A sparkling lake, the lush greenery of mountains, a forest with animals big and small, a beach with a stunning sunset, scuba diving and swimming with different types of fish – Imagine all these beautiful sights ruined due to plastic pollution and waste dumped without a second though! Most tourist hubs have dustbins, look for the nearest dustbins and throw your waste there, if not carry an extra bag with you for all your garbage and throw it once back at base. It always helps in keeping our favourite tourist spots beautiful and thriving.

Learn before you board : When travelling to different states in India or to different countries, knowing about the culture and lifestyle of the place not only saves you from passing embarrassing comments, but you will also not offend the locals. Read up about the culture, heritage and history of the place. Not only does it make you more knowledgeable, but it also adds value to your trip.

Explore Local : Talking to locals, buying souvenirs from small locals shops etc. these are some ways in which you can help learn more and help the hardworking locals financially. A trip is not an experience if you have not tried what makes the place special – which is the local cuisine, visiting places hidden from the usual tourist eye, trying out attires etc. Not only will this help you learn more about the local life, but also give you an amazing story to tell back home.

Appreciate and don’t judge : While exploring new cities you might come across things that surprise you, instead of judging the habits, living styles etc. appreciate the diversity. If you disapprove of something, never say it out loud as you might offend people around. Being polite and helpful always helps make your journey a smooth one.

Be flexible and try out everything : Trying out new dishes, learning the local language, travelling by public transport etc. are just a few things that will make your journey an adventure.

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October 20, 2020



February 8, 2019

I would like to visit Ladakh, my dream place!!


February 8, 2019

A wonder story!!!


October 15, 2018

I think we should learn this values.I really would like to visit Hawaii and Venice…..?


October 14, 2018

Nice story???


October 13, 2018

I would like to visit jammu and Kashmir with my family and friends
because it was my dream to play in the snow from childhood. I just
love the snowfall there. It is also said that it is the heaven place
in India. Once in my life I wish I could get a chance to go there.
It’s all about my dream of travelling to jammu and Kashmir

J mounika

October 9, 2018

I would like to visit ooty

Aniket mewara

October 3, 2018

“A tour” good one. As an enthusiast I love travelling and have regular tours.from the time I started watching football I very badly wanted to go to Barcelona,Spain and be a part of FC barcelona’s match and see Messi in real life,so this was it,my first out of country tour I would like to have.
‘I hope you like it’

Abhaa Karan

October 3, 2018

I would like to visit Egypt and see the pyramids it’s my dream from
childhood when I got to know about it,?

Abhaa Karan

October 3, 2018

I want to visit Egypt and see the pyramids it’s my dream from my childhood
when I got to know about it?


October 2, 2018

I want to go haridwar because it was my pleasure to go to visit temple and many more things and i want to go with friends because their is no enjoy than parents

Akshita Susan Varghese

October 2, 2018

I would like to visit the Northern and Eastern parts of India.I don’t know why? I have this desire long back!I would like to visit these places especially Rajasthan!moreover Jaipur is known as “Pink city of India”.Jaipur got this name because of Hawa Mahal!!and the “Land of Five Rivers”, “Paradise on Earth”and also the “Seven sisters of India”
Darjeeling and Victoria Memorial in Kolkata, Himachal Pradesh, Sikkim, Delhi, Taj Mahal in Agra.

Anushka Singh

October 2, 2018

My dream is to visit many many places in India as well as in other parts of the world. The dream of which I was dreaming of was to see the mount fujiyama which is located in Japan. I was wishing to go there when I was in 2nd class. I am fascinated by its scenic beauty. It is just wonderous. In India,I want to visit the exiciting and adventurous place,The Bhangarh fort.I want to go there with my Best Friends and family members. However I want to go there at night time but it is no allowed
,So I think that sadly I will have to go during the day time when it would be open.
I wish my dreams come true…


October 2, 2018

I would like to travel to Uttarakhan with my friends and family as it has alot street food hills waterfalls nd it is so perfect and adventuring and i love UK since childhood i wanna go there and want to do hikinh moto crosses dance wanna bath and every possible that i would be able to experience there


October 2, 2018

I wanna visit karela…because it’s my fav place that I feel something was hidden so that my soul comes out!!!!!!it’s really really special place for me..especially during Oct and Nov,it’s juz awesome

Harjipreet singh

September 30, 2018

I would like to visit London with my family. If it would happen,it seems to dream come true


September 30, 2018

I want to be go with my family to niagara
Fall at North America due to its vast beauty
A real paradise on earth in form of deepthless pure
In winter it’s scene just like a frozen
Castle which has no roof only glory.
So I started hardwork to get top on that
Fall.That is actually my one of best dream
Or we can. Say my aim


September 30, 2018

I would like to be there in ooty

Arihhann nanda

September 30, 2018

There is no better recreation than trying something new. Every year, we plan to visit a new place as family. This summer vacation, we went to the ones of the best tourist spots of India. We planned a 5 day trip to the Fun Capital of India, Goa and booked a van for the same.

Goa is one of the famous places located in the south western region of our country. Goa is very well known for its beaches and places of worship. The main reason we selected Goa as our destination this year is the big number of beaches the place has. We made it to Varca Beach, Cavelessom Beach, Utorda Beach, Arambol Beach and Ashwem Beach.

Since we love adventure, we planned our first day to Bats Island. At Bats Island, we spent the whole day relaxing and Snorkelling. The second day we enjoyed sightseeing in speed boat cruising. We enjoyed this day a lot since we had good time with the cruise. The next day we booked a van for sightseeing places namely Fort Aguada, Jimmy’s Palace, Central Jail, Raj Bhawan and Dolphin Watch.

The best part of our trip was the fourth day Dudhsagar Waterfalls, which is the fifth largest waterfalls in our country. The natural scenery we found there was splendid and our photo session at Dudhsagar Waterfalls was the best. The last day we relaxed in the resort we booked. We did a fine shopping of all precious things available in Goa and enjoyed our evening in Baga Beach before returning back to hometown.


September 30, 2018

i like to visit bangalore with my friends and with my family .In bangalore i want to see byju’s branch. It is the capital of southern karnataka state.The india’s high tech industry.bangalore is the fifth highest income indian city by GDP.And i like to visit byju’s branch,lal bagh, bannerghatta, bangalore palace,nandi temple,wonderla,innovative film city,bangalore aquarium.And i want to see the founder of the byju’s.i like bangalore becaue of byjus branch.i am eager to see the branch of byjus.the history of bangalore this i study in my school.after conquering the sultanate of bijapur,the mughals under theccommandership of khasim khan,then arrived in bangalore,which was then ruled by shivaji’s brother veankoji as a jagir.bangalore is the capital city of the state of karnataka. Bangalore (previously Bendakaluru), as a city, was founded by kempe gowda I, who built a mud fort at the site in 1537. But the earliest evidence for the existence of a place called Bangalore dates back to c. 890.It is one of the fastest growing industrial and commercial centers in India in the areas of aerospace, electronics, defense and mainly software services. Bangalore is one of the ideal places for those planning to visit southern India with many attractions nearby and perfect for excursions and day trips. There are a number of places in Bangalore that are worth visiting, including palaces, gardens, museums, temples, etc. Lalbagh Garden, Cubbon Park, Tipu Sultan’s Palace, Bangalore Palace, Nandi Hills, Bannerghatta National Park, Vidhana Soudha, Vishveswaraiah Museum, HAL Aerospace Museum, Bull Temple and ISKCON Temple are the some of the important Bangalore tourist places.hyder ali died in 1782,his son tipu sultan deposed the weak wodeyar,procalimed himself sultan.under tipu sultan and hyder ali state progressed economically and trade flourished with many foregin nations through the ports of mangalore.several attempts by the british to capture bangalore. It is one of the fastest growing industrial and commercial centers in India in the areas of aerospace, electronics, defense and mainly software services. Bangalore is one of the ideal places for those planning to visit southern India with many attractions nearby and perfect for excursions and day trips. There are a number of places in Bangalore that are worth visiting, including palaces, gardens, museums, temples, etc. Lalbagh Garden, Cubbon Park, Tipu Sultan’s Palace, Bangalore Palace, Nandi Hills, Bannerghatta National Park, Vidhana Soudha, Vishveswaraiah Museum, HAL Aerospace Museum, Bull Temple and ISKCON Temple are the some of the important Bangalore tourist places.Bangalore Airport, about 36 km from City junction, is extremely well-connected by air. It has regular flights from Kolkata, Mumbai, Delhi, Hyderabad, chennai, Ahmedabad, goa,Kochi, Mangalore, Pune and Thiruvananthapuram. Bangalore has direct international flights to Muscat, Dubai, thailand, Malaysia, singapore, USA & Europe. It is also a stopover for many international flights.The neighborhood encompasses beaches, woods, waterfalls, river streams and of course, the favorite hill stations. If you are making a mind of visiting these places, don’t worry, these places offer you with a wide variety of beautiful resorts along with all the modern amenities. The resorts are one of its kinds. All type of resorts such as luxury resorts with five-star amenities, budgeted resorts, resorts with pool and spa all these options are available in the places which are a must visit near Bangalore.
So, do not wait, get your bags packed, pick a destination of your choice and get yourself relaxed on a wonderful weekend holiday.and i would like to visit byjus branch and there i would like to see my teachers and my mentors and the founder of byjus founder.first like to see byjus branch and to vist a foret to survive there.and i want to put tent there and live there for 2 days.and after that i want to visit a zoo in my life i not visit any zoo in my life.and after that i like to visit a aquarium.and after that i like to visit a beech .and i like to visit government museum.and y name is parthivsaran iam an byjus user.


September 29, 2018


With schools and colleges closed we have a good opportunity to travel with my family and friends. I want to visit many interesting places in the world like France, Canada, America, Germany etc. But first I want to travel different places of India like Darjeeling the queen of summer, Jaipur the pink city, Kashmir the valley of fun and adventure and many more.But I want to travel to Sikkim.

It is often seen that people tend to overlook the northeastern States like Sikkim,Assam etc for spending holidays in India. One of the most beautiful place I wish to visit with my family and friends this time that is Sikkim; the second smallest state in the country that has lots to offer to its visitors. The west district of Sikkim ,Pelling is a top family vacation in India. The breathtaking Mt. Khangchendzonga is what appeals the tourist the most here. I want to visit Pamayangste monastery, Sanga choling , Monastery, Rock garden at Rimbi, Kanchenjungha falls, Singshore bridge, Chhange waterfalls and the lakes here. Kayaking, Rafting and Trekking are other some interesting activities that add excitement in a vacation in Pelling.

Another interesting place in Sikkim I wish to visit is Ravangla located in southern district of Sikkim. It consist of unbelievable natural beauty. Many lofty mountain peaks such as Mt. Pandim, Mt.Kabru etc are present here. And the most important the Ralong Monastery is known for producing the best hand woven carpets in India.

And I will don’t do any waste and also tell people to keep clean the tourist places. Because of this many reason I want to go Sikkim.

Purva Raut

September 29, 2018

I would like to visit Switzerland because it’s my dream to go there an achieve something there which made my family and friends feel proud.llove my family I want to make them feel proud so for that I will show my all efforts in my studies and feel them proud..?SO MY WISH IS TO VISIT SWITZERLAND………???

Pritam dutta

September 29, 2018

I like to visit rajasthan.Because I love to see forts and know the history of the Kings and their livestyle. And also
their histories about their army and

Suryansh Nikhra

September 28, 2018

My favourite place is Hyderabad . I like to visit the city with my friends , family and relatives because it is a city with char minar it is a city with largest no. Of fly overs in India it is a city where India’3 rd longest flag is hosted near the statue os Gautam Buddha. My favourite place in Hyderabad is Ramoji Film City the biggest film city. It is a family friendly place that provides you the vast information about the bollywood and how the films are made . I also like the food there and its a very good place. At last I would like to say that once in a life time everyone must visit a Hyderabad and especially,Ramoji city

Neehara S.N

September 28, 2018

this story is very nice and helpful


September 28, 2018

It’s very fabulous and helpful. My desire is to explore
Each and every place in the world.
My desire is to visit Darjeeling. I want to tea plantation there.


September 27, 2018

Well I love to visit any place because I love
Tourism but on e of my most favorite place Pachmarhu the hill station
It is also called aThe queen of satapuda
Bee falls in there is one of the most pleasurest
Thing I likes there. I enjoyed lots of fun
Activities like bathing there and many more
The most adventurous thing which I found was
Climb 1,300 steps or may be a lot more of it
To reach the most holy charagah temple
During shivaratri devotees and aficionado s
Carry the giant Trident to shrine with strong
Feeling of faith and devotion that enables them
To complete such a difficult journey with heavy
Trident amazing!!
The satapuda national park the best place
For wildlife lovers lots of different
Animals l found there lots animals especially tigers
Reindeers and lots of other birds like
Thrush, paradise honey buzzards, hornbill
And lit more.
Trekking is one of most favorite activity
I adventure I really enjoyed there horse ridding
Ha e obstacles during treking etc
Pachmargu is full of charming conial era
Architecture building and retain a world charm
Almost all types who loves aventura ,
Peace sightseeing or holy person can enjoy
There I thing because of its
Comprehensive aspects none type of person can
Be bored with it if anybody will go there
Only prasing will come out from there heart


September 27, 2018

Hii I am thanushree I want to participate in this contest


September 27, 2018

I would like to visit Himachal Pradesh for my tour and rome all the
places there and I have been knowing about Himachal Pradesh there
Are Many places to visit there like kullu,manali,dalhousie,dharmashala.
And the best place for snow is rothang pass and Mandi and there are he
Many tourisum hotels the best is hot hotles.and even we need to keep
Sun’s cream, gum boots and snow soot while going to snow places
Even many rivers there are very cool because the rivers are near the mountains from mountains so they will come from the gladiolus in the gladiolus the snow
Melts into water so the water be very cold and the best thing in manali is
The river rafting and the paragliding from up of the mountains and cool air
And we need to have sweater for the trip because it is very cold there and the
Place is so peace full and the local people are very faith full and good most of
The people are rivers and we even can go to there temples they are so peaceful
And we should not say any thing bad but say good because they were very
Religious and a strong believer of there good and we even can stay in camps and we
Should be flexible to keep the tent and you even can do a camp fire toonight
And the air is not pouluted and have good weather and only visit the place from
March to September because it will be full of snow and even the schools there are
At summer the most famous school there is hill top shool and there
Will be many water falls there will be very narrow roads there up of the hills and
There is a big turned down of the big mountain and the best travels we can believe and take
Them they are hptt himachal Pradesh tourisum travels they are the best this
Islocate in India how ever has read this please visit the place it will
Be amazing and your best tour in your life how ever has been read this plan a trip
As soon as you can have a good trip


September 27, 2018

Hello, I would like to visit Switzerland with my family to see the natural beauty of that place as I have heard many things about that place. I have heard about that place through my father and he appreciates about that place as it has been said by him that it’s a place where we would get the natural beauty and we would we discovering many new things about nature an will come to know many hide features of nature. I would also want to visit various lakes of that place and also the valley that has been over there. It’s a city which has land marks like Bern’s clock tower which is a very popular place for the clock that has been there. As it is known for snow hiking trails and so I want to enjoy that hiking with my family. And there are many ancient places through which I want to travel. And thus I really want to visit Switzerland with my family.

Suraj Singh

September 27, 2018



1. Naini lake for a peaceful boat ride
2. Govind ballah pant zoo for Siberian tiger, wolves, hill fox and more
3. Tiffin top for a panoramic view of Himalayas
4. Jim Corbett for an adventurous tour


September 27, 2018


Salai kalaivani

September 27, 2018

I wish to visit chattisgarh ? it is the poorest state of india.and I also wanted to know about the sufferings of the poor people who live there…to fullfill their sufferings, in future .because I wanted to became an IAS officer……


September 27, 2018

I would love to visit any place in the countryside near the woods…. E.g.: Cold Shimla or Kerala. When my family and friends are along, I don’t basically care about the place where I am visiting, rather I care about their safety and whether they are enjoying the visit or not. However if you ask me, I would love to visit Shimla. The cold region with snow covered trees and mountains. We can make snow balls and snowman with a carrot nose and branchy arms. We can have a real fun time together and get to understand each other well. We will also love to enjoy learning their culture and traditions for a while and make millions of memories.


September 27, 2018

I would like to visit Rajasthan
Because there I will able to see their culture


September 27, 2018

I would like to visit Rajasthan
Because there I will able to see their culture
I would like to be a good Traveller because I love travelling long Journeys specially I would like I like tracking on the mountains than swimming in the river so I would like to go to Rajasthan to see the camels the culture what kind of food they eat have is the habitat and everything so I would like to go to Rajasthan for my tour

Gayathri Ramesh

September 27, 2018

The story is very nice & helpful.
I wanna explore all sort of places in this
World.I need adventurous exploring.
The above story is very helpful to me and I like the way you presented it.
Thank you so much for writing such beautiful story about tourism.

Chetan Agarwal

September 27, 2018

I would like to visit to Kerala with my friends, family, and relatives. I would like visit Kerala. Specially I would like to visit Kerala during monsoon because I have heard the in monsoon the seen in Kerala is very very beautiful.
Kovalam beach near Thiruvananthapuram was among the first beaches in Kerala to attract tourists. Rediscovered by back-packers and tan-seekers in the 1960s and followed by hordes of hippies in the 1970s, Kovalam is today the most visited beach in the state.[13][14][15]

Other popularly visited beaches[16] in the state include those at Kappad, Alappuzha, Marari Beach(Mararikulam, Alappuzha), Nattika (Thrissur), Vadanappilly beach (Thrissur), Cherai Beach, Beypore beach, Marari beach, Fort Kochi, and Varkala. The Muzhappilangad Beach at Kannur is the only drive-in beach in India. Marari beach was rated as one of the worlds top five HAMMOCK BEACH by National Geographic survey. Payambalam beach is one of the most beautiful beach in Kerala situated in Kannur. Other beaches in Kannur include baby beach, meenkunnu beach, azhikode beach, madaiparra beach, chootath beach, mermaid beach.
backwaters in Kerala are a chain of brackish lagoons and lakes lying parallel to the Arabian Sea coast (known as the Malabar Coast). Houseboat or Kettuvallam rides in the backwaters are a major tourist attraction. Backwater tourism is centered mostly around Ashtamudi Lake, Kollam. Boat races held during festival seasons are also a major tourist attraction in the backwater regions.

The backwater network includes large lakes such as the Ashtamudi Lake, the largest among them, linked by 1500 km of canals, both man-made and natural and fed by several rivers, and extending virtually the entire length of Kerala state. The backwaters were formed by the action of waves and shore currents creating low barrier islands across the mouths of the many rivers flowing down from the Western Ghats range.

Backwaters in Kerala for honeymoon and family holiday are quite popular. You may short some best Kerala backwaters tour packages after reading about Kerala backwaters reviews available on various websites.
Eastern Kerala consists of land encroached upon by the Western Ghats; the region thus includes high mountains, gorges, and deep-cut valleys. The wildest lands are covered with dense forests, while other regions lie under tea and coffee plantations (established mainly in the 19th and 20th centuries) or other forms of cultivation.

The Western Ghats rise on average to 1500 m elevation above sea level. Some of the popular hill stations in the region are Munnar, Vagamon, Paithalmala, Wayanad, Nelliyampathi, Elapeedika, Peermade, Thekkady and Ponmudi.
Most of Kerala, whose native habitat consists of wet evergreen rainforests at lower elevations and highland deciduous and semi-evergreen forests in the east, is subject to a humid tropical climate. However, significant variations in terrain and elevation have resulted in a land whose biodiversity registers as among the world’s most significant. Most of Kerala’s significantly biodiverse tracts of wilderness lie in the evergreen forests of its easternmost districts. Kerala also hosts two of the world’s Ramsar Convention-listed wetlands: Lake Sasthamkotta and the Vembanad-Kol wetlands are noted as being wetlands of international importance. There are also numerous protected conservation areas, including 1455.4 km2 of the vast Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve. In turn, the forests play host to such major fauna as Asian elephant (Elephas maximus), Bengal tiger (Panthera tigris tigris), leopard (Panthera pardus), Nilgiri tahr (Nilgiritragus hylocrius), and grizzled giant squirrel (Ratufa macroura).[18] More remote preserves, including Silent Valley National Park in the Kundali Hills, harbour endangered species such as the lion-tailed macaque (Macaca silenus), Indian sloth bear (Melursus (Ursus) ursinus ursinus), and gaur (the so-called “Indian bison”—Bos gaurus). More common species include Indian porcupine (Hystrix indica), chital (Axis axis), sambar (Cervus unicolor), gray langur, flying squirrel, swamp lynx (Felis chaus kutas), boar (Sus scrofa), a variety of catarrhine Old World monkey species, gray wolf (Canis lupus), and common palm civet (Paradoxurus hermaphroditus). Many reptiles, such as king cobra, viper, python, various turtles and crocodiles are to be found in Kerala—again, disproportionately in the east. Kerala’s avifauna include endemics like the Sri Lanka frogmouth (Batrachostomus moniliger), Oriental bay owl, large frugivores like the great hornbill (Buceros bicornis) and Indian grey hornbill, as well as the more widespread birds such as peafowl, Indian cormorant, jungle and hill myna, Oriental darter, black-hooded oriole, greater racket-tailed and black drongoes, bulbul (Pycnonotidae), species of kingfisher and woodpecker, jungle fowl, Alexandrine parakeet, and assorted ducks and migratory birds. Additionally, freshwater fish such as kadu (stinging catfish—Heteropneustes fossilis) and brackishwater species such as Choottachi (orange chromide—Etroplus maculatus, valued as an aquarium specimen) also are native to Kerala’s lakes and waterways.
Lighthouses are the main centre of attractions of Kerala beaches and coast line. There are 15 lighthouses in the entire state of Kerala. Districts of Kollam, Kannur, Kozhikode, Alappuzha, Thrissur and Thiruvananthapuram have more than one lighthouse.[20]

Major Lighthouses
Vizhinjam lighthouse, Thiruvananthapuram
Anjengo lighthouse, Thiruvananthapuram
Tangasseri Lighthouse, Kollam
Kovilthottam Lighthouse, Kollam
Alappuzha Lighthouse, Alappuzha
Manakkodam Lighthouse, Alappuzha
Cochin Lighthouse, Ernakulam(Tallest in the state)
Azhikode Lighthouse, Thrissur
Chetwai Lighthouse, Thrissur
Ponnani Lighthouse, Malappuram
Beypore Lighthouse, Kozhikode
Kozhikode lighthouse, Kozhikode (Defunct)
Cannanore Lighthouse, Kannur
Mount Dilly Lighthouse, Kannur
Kasargode Lighthouse, Kasargode
One more reason I would like to tell the why I want to visit Kerala because it is a very clean place and all the people living there is educated.
Because of this following reason I would like to go to Kerala With my friend, family and relatives.


September 27, 2018

Superb and nice ?? story

Riva Ansari

September 27, 2018

I would love to visit Paris as it has been my dream since my childhood to visit Paris.and also I want to visit Venice.


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