Sustainable Tourism Development

Sustainable tourism is interpreted by many as a sustaining attraction just to establish there is an increase of visitors and tourist coming in.
Sustainable development is define as the development   that meet   the needs   of the present without compromising the ability of future generations, to   meet their own needs (wced,1987) it advocate the wise use and conservation of resources in order to maintain their long term growth   (elber,1992). Meeting the needs of the local community and visitor helps protect and boost the tourism attraction as part of a natural economic supply for the future.
The concept of sustainable tourism can be expanded as the following; natural historical, culture, or other resources for tourism which are conserved for extended usage in the future as well as bringing interest to the society. The development of tourism is guided in such a way that, it does not course sewns environmental or socio-cultural problems in the tourism area. The long-term environmental quality of the tourism area is preserved and made better.
My destination for this assignment is Chitwan National Park which is situated in southern central Nepal. It is the first national park of the country. It covers an area of making of four different district namely, Chitwan, Makwanpur, Parsa   and Nawalparasi. It was established in 1973. It consists of enormous forest and grassland, which was originally divided as a reserved centre for rhinos and many species of deer found in that area. About 20% of the area is grass including the variety that grows up to 8m tall called “elephant grass” (Shrestha, 2003)
The park is home to about 50 different species of mammals, namely rhino, tiger, wild elephant, four horned antelope just to mention a few. It has 55 other species of amphibians and reptiles.
The park boasts of seven resorts within the park, which is run by the natural park. It has many other hostels...