Sustainable tourism promotes environment and take into account socio-cultural aspects by planning and management of tourism. Sustainable development is based on three pillars such as economic development, environmental protection and social development. This concept assumes properly and consciously shaped relationship between the pillars, which are intended to ensure intra- and intergenerational economic, environmental and social balance (Meyer, Milewski, 2009, p. 84).Sustainable tourism is eco-tourism defined by the international eco-tourism society as the responsible travel to natural areas that preserve the environmental and sustain the local people welfare. The objective of the study is to examine the differences in Tourists behaviour towards sustainable tourism across demographics. To draw implications and suggestions from the finding of the study. The data is collected both with help of primary and secondary.