Development of Native Geography

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Running Head: Ensuring tourism is sustainableEnsuring tourism is sustainableNameInstitution’s Name
Ensuring tourism is sustainable2ContentsIntroduction................................................................................................................................3Conclusion..................................................................................................................................5References..................................................................................................................................6
Ensuring tourism is sustainable3IntroductionMost probably in 1950, the international tourism has been started in the Mount Everest region. After the fruitful summit in 1953 of the Mount Everest, the people from all over the world became attentive to the mountain tourism, especially for the Mount e Everest. People especially the tourists were not only attracted to the scenic beauty of the Mount Everest but also attracted to the people who dwell in the valleys. People from all over the world became interested from that time as some of the people love to watch the natural beauty and some of them love to climb on the hill. Mountain tourism expanded at the beginning of 1970 rapidly, and this tourism business becomes the leading factor of the specific place’s economy. From the 1990s, Everest tourism took place in the heart of a large people massively and turned into the mass tourism. Though in many villages around the Mount Everest are still now depended on animal husbandry and traditional agriculture, but the local economy more recently has depended upon the tourism and tourism-related arrangements (Brown, 2013). The tourism management takes the responsibility of portering, climbing, Lodge management and climbing. These factors are important for the local communities as they can be recruited in this sector. Nowadays, it is a crucial task to ensure the Everest tourism in that region that raises the culturally sensitive, environmentally sustainable and social development. The development is needed for native geography that can attract the people from all over the world. Tourism helps to become a strong vehicle for the Sherpa who helps the tourists for climbing, and it also helps in economic growth of the country. The tourism intervention has been acknowledged already as there in increasing development in the economic growth and infrastructure. It has a huge impact on the local economy, and it provides development of hospitals, schools, hydropower plant and airstrips. Besides the opportunities, it creates many problems like landscape and cultural changes, environmental changes such as forest degradation and solid wastes, etc (Cook, 2009). It is also significant for the socio-ecological

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