There is a steady rise both in the consumption and in production of heritage tourism or cultural tourism. The tourists demanding more accessibility to intellectually stimulating destination, stable political and economic conditions of nations, rising education and income levels, undoubtedly fuel the demand for this tourism. On another level, the rise in demand is also supply induced (Richards, 1996). There are countries that advertise and promote cultural tourism. There are more attractions on offer. Local communities have understood the significance of benefits that can accrue from showcasing their cultural heritage to the tourists who are from different countries and places. The symbiotic and supportive relationships that develop help the economy of the nation. The local guides play the role of ambassadors of their cultural heritage. Community members support the local guides and their narratives and endeavours. Special attention is provided to Time based; project and destination based developmental issues by both Government and the communities. Guests are treated to authentic and local culture, cuisine and history offered by responsible hosts. The hosts work in conjunction with local communities.