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Trekking: Green Hiker Campaign
You don't like filthy footprints; neither does nature
The Green Hiker Campaign is WWF's initiative to raise awareness about the vulnerability of the Himalayan ecosystem, by encouraging tourists and tour operators to adopt disciplines, which will help reduce the footprint (impacts) of tourism, through positive messages.

Why Green Hiker campaign in Bhutan?

Bhutan gifted with pristine environment, unique culture, and inimitable philosophy of Gross National Happiness is attracting hundreds of tourists from all over.

Bhutan gifted with pristine environment, unique culture, and inimitable philosophy of Gross National Happiness is attracting hundreds of tourists from all over.

Tourism has been prioritized as one of the leading income generating sectors in the country.

With more than 20 in country mountain treks to offer, the fragile High altitude ecosystems are at risk due to unsustainable human activities.

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Source: WWF Bhutan, 2011

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