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Indigenous Ecotourism

Indigenous Ecotourism

Sustainable Development and Management
Ecotourism Series

By H Zeppel, James Cook University, Australia

August 2006 / Hardback / 272 Pages / 9781845931247 £80.00 / €105.00 / $150.00
With 10% online discount: £72.00 / €94.50 / $135.00
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Main Description

Dealing with indigenous ecotourism as a special type of nature-based tourism, Indigenous Ecotourism examines the key principles of this field through global case studies and analyses the key factors for sustainable development.

  • 1: The Context of Indigenous Ecotourism
  • 2: The Pacific Islands: Village-Based Ecotourism in Community Rainforests
  • 3: Latin America: Rainforest Ecotourism, Andes Mountains and Indian Territories
  • 4: East Africa: Wildlife and Forest Ecotourism, the Maasai and Community Lands
  • 5: Southern Africa: Ecotourism on Wildlife Conservancies and Communal Lands
  • 6: West Africa: Community-Based Ecotourism in Forest Areas
  • 7: Southeast Asia: Forest and Mountain Ecotourism, Hilltribes and Island Nations
  • 8: Sustainable Development and Management of Indigenous Ecotourism

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