Stotrak Hospitality that specialises in providing one-of-a-kind, environmentally friendly travel sojourns has announced plans to widen their sustainable experiences. This expansion is over and above the range of 50 thoughtful experiences across 8 locations that Stotrak Hospitality already provides.
The company is devoted to advancing eco-friendly tourism strategies and protecting the scenic splendour of the regions where they operate, and over the next two years plans to add another 50 experiences to its catalogue throughout its existing locations including Dakpathar, Mussoorie, Rishikesh, Selaqui, Jaisalmer, Ranthambore & Nahan.
Commenting on the expansion of their offerings in Rishikesh, Nahan and Rajasthan, Manish Goyal, founder of Stotrak Hospitality added “At Stotrak, we are committed to creating distinctive and environmentally friendly travel experiences that enable passengers to engage with the local culture and environment. We look forward to encouraging sustainable tourism practises throughout India”.
The growth of Stotrak is a promising prototype of development for India’s travel and tourism sector. To ensure that India’s natural beauty is preserved for future generations, it is critical to give sustainability utmost priority as the business expands. For other businesses in the sector, Stotrak’s dedication to sustainable tourism serves as an example and shows that it is possible to do business in a way that is both successful and ethical.
Stotrak is enthralled to increase its offerings to further highlight the beauty of Rishikesh, a city with a wide variety of brilliant colours and plenty more to discover. Starting with World’s yoga capital – Rishikesh in Uttarakhand, which has a lot to offer besides yoga and rafting, is the immediate focus. Visitors to this city can anticipate experiencing novel activities including bungee jumping, trekking, and visiting holy places.
The state of Himachal is investing in infrastructural developments for its Nahan project. The completion of this project will provide even more opportunities for tourists travelling North to sustainably experience India’s beauty as anticipated over the span of next 14–15 months. This project will provide distinctive experiences including bird viewing, eco-stays, and organic farming.
Stotrak is dedicated to offering sustainable tourism practices which are a crucial factor in the travel and tourism sector. The company firmly believes that their efforts can contribute to maintaining the natural beauty of the locations they operate in and could ensure that the experiences they provide are environmentally beneficial. This is pivotal for India, where recent rapid growth in the travel and tourism sector has resulted in environmental damage of some areas.
Rajasthan is another key area for Stotrak Hospitality. “We plan to open over 100 rooms at 3-4 locations across Rajasthan. Travelers may anticipate a wonderful journey that is both sustainable and pleasant with unusual experiences like hot air balloon flights, cultural festivals, and traditional cookery workshops” further addedGoyal.
Stotrak Hospitality has implemented several initiatives to encourage sustainable tourism, including working with neighbourhood groups to develop economic opportunities, lowering their carbon footprint through eco-friendly transportation, and aiding conservation efforts. In order to ensure that its employees are aware about sustainable practises and capable of educating tourists about the value of responsible tourism, the company also offers staff training.
“Stotrak is setting the bar for environmentally friendly travel in India. The Group offers visitors a chance to engage responsibly and sustainably with the local environment and culture through their distinctive and immersive experiences. Their plans for growth in Rishikesh, Nahan, and Rajasthan will provide visitors more chances to experience India’s natural beauty while having the least amount of an influence on the environment. We anticipate watching the continued improvements that Stotrak will bring to the Indian tourism sector.” concluded Goyal.