Growing with the world there are different types of tourism are coming into the picture. People are looking to travel every then and now and it is a jackpot for them when they get introduced to anything new to explore, any new kind of tourism.
Hence, Sun Tourism which is now a days trending a lot, raised the demand in Himachal Pradesh, and a sudden rise in tourists can be seen here.
What is Sun tourism?
Sun tourism is a popular form of tourism and is often associated with vacation and leisure travel. Sun Tourism is a type of tourism that involves spending time in the sun, or even just being in the sun. Sun tourism can be enjoyed by all types of people. Sun tourism is a growing trend in which individuals and families are traveling to destinations with high levels of sunshine to take advantage of the cold weather.
The reason that sun tourism is so popular is because people want to spend time in places where they can enjoy the sun, while also taking advantage of the benefits that come from being outside and spending time in nature or cold weather. Sun tourism refers to travel that is primarily motivated by the desire to enjoy warm weather and sunshine.
Sun tourism in Himachal Pradesh:
Sun Tourism is suddenly promoted in Himachal Pradesh and getting a huge response as tourists are flocking to Himachal Pradesh and hospitality industry is booming with demands like having, sun facing balcony, having a room that receives direct sunlight, and so on.
Many people are traveling to Himachal Pradesh to escape cold weather, enjoy the natural beauty of the area, and participate in outdoor activities. While on the other hand, locals are concerned and for scientists, it’s a matter of worry.
While experts have stated that the overall global warming issue should not have any impact on local weather on such short-time scales, as some people have been questioning if the spike in temperature in recent years in the wintertime is a result of global warming.
If reports are to be believed, the tourist locations enjoying sunny days for the previous several days, according to Shimla’s meteorological office are Dharamshala, Dalhousie, Manali, Kasauli, Shimla, Narkanda, Palampur, and Chamba.
The head of the department of environmental science at the Dr. Yashwant Singh Parmar University of Horticulture & Forestry in Nauni, S.K. Bhardwaj, while speaking at a workshop on climate change held last month stated that Himachal Pradesh’s average temperature has risen by 1.5 degrees Celsius over the previous 120 years.
Some forecasts suggest that by the end of this century, temperatures may rise by more than 2 degrees Celsius, signaling a climate emergency. Currently, every government in the world is attempting to keep the temperature rise below 2 degrees Celsius, but the results are still unsatisfactory.