What is ecotourism?
A responsible travel to natural areas that conserves the environment, sustains the well-being of the local people, and involves interpretation and education. The goal is to develop tourist accommodations, activities, and attractions that benefit everyone involved– the local flora/fauna, the local people, travel industry stakeholders, and travelers alike.
Featured Ecotourism Experience
Botanical Garden and Eco-park
Providing an eco-friendly habitat for the wildlife and creating a healthy tourist resort are its priorities. In the Botanical Garden, hundreds of herbal and medicinal plants are nurtured. Genetic pool of plant life of various breeds. Of the flowers kept in the nursery may be seen various types of indigenous and foreign flowers and fruits.
Canow tree breathing around the canal flowing through the Keora Forest. This forest has gone deeper to the sea. Its environment is like the Swamp Forest and the mangrove forest. The green carpet of wide grass across the beach has made it bigger than other beaches. The narrow groove has been pierced through the middle of the green. The streams are full of water during tide.
A cal and quite place for a family picnic and a relaxing Kayaking on the lake. Mohamaya Irrigation project is the second-largest man-made lake constructed in Bangladesh after Kaptai lake.The government is in the process of making large-scale investment plans to turn Mohamaya, an eye-catching hillside lake in Mirsarai, into a tourism hotspot.
Ecotourism is a part of understanding what the needs of the people are who are local to the area so that you can help to improve their quality of life.
Promotion of ecotourism is an initiative of YPSA (Young Power in Social Action) supported by Palli Karma Sahayak Foundation (PKSF)