Top 5 Dirtiest Tourist Places in India, Who are Paying Huge Ecological Price
List of Dirtiest Tourist Places in India which are facing a huge ecological price for being a tourist destination.
This place is also known a ‘ Vegas Of India ’ but these day’s it’s beyond polluted due to mass tourism.With around 5 million tourists visiting the state from all over the world, and littering absentmindedly, it's no surprise that it has turned into a dump yard. Goa comes No 1 in Top 5 Tourist Places, now it ranked into Dirtiest Tourist Places in India
The beaches in Goa are so dirty that National Geographic ranked them among the worst beaches in the world, a few years ago.
Due to increasing number of tourists, Srinagar has become the tenth most polluted city in the the world. The tourism activity in Srinagar has resulted in large quantities of solid waste generated in the city, which was once said to be 'heaven on earth', now became popular for ranked in Dirtiest Tourist Places in India.
Jaipur is also known as ‘ The Pink City ’ of INDIA, but if we recall all the facts and reports it’s not the same Pink City what it was used to be earlier, and as the WHO report says , Jaipur is the most polluted city in Rajasthan due to vehicular traffic. You can also find heaps of waste in most parts of the city and the tourists and locals are equally accountable for it. The reason jaipur comes in Dirtiest Tourist Places in India list is its solitary waste managament department, and industrial growth.
Now, The Govt. of Rajasthan has launched a door-to-door garbage collection facility to make the city clean.
Shimla is quite famous for Mountaineering sport. Every year thousands of tourists come here for this exciting activity. Wonderful resorts and cottages of Shimla offer attractive rooms and meals at inexpensive rates without making a heavy effect on your pocket. But talks apart Shimla is experiencing acute water shortage and a high influx of people has led to an acute water shortage. Locals people of shimla now have to stand in queues for hours to get a single bucket of drinking water.
Moreover, water is allegedly being diverted to VIP hotels.
Varanasi, also known as Banaras or , is a city on the banks of the Ganges in UP ( Uttar Pradesh ) state of North India, 320 kilometres south-east of the state capital, Lucknow , and 121 kilometres east of Allahabad. Varanasi is a major religious hub in India, but the city is now suffocating under the layers of plastic. Offerings of dead ashes, diyas, and flowers to the river Ganga as a gesture of reverence is actually polluting the river, so much so that you can't even take a dip in it, let alone using it for drinking purposes.