Suman was in India, in the southern state of Kerala .. and most likely in a state of bliss. This part of the world – including the people who live there - is environmentally friendly and tourism is promoted in a way that preserves and protects. Suman tells us the umbrella-like structure is a fishing net, and we can even see more of them on the other side of the bay. The nets are ready - as are their fishermen – for the next day’s catch.
DID YOU KNOW? National Geographic Traveler named Kerala as one of ten paradises in the world and it’s getting more popular by the day. That’s why ecotourism initiatives have become a priority. Kerala sits on the Arabian Sea with an incredible coastline of 580 km (360 mi), most of it sandy beaches. It’s admirable (and a relief) that the state’s agenda includes sustained tourism focussing on local culture, wilderness adventures, volunteering, and helping-not hurting the local population.
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