Cookies on Leisure Tourism

Like most websites we use cookies. This is to ensure that we give you the best experience possible.

 

Continuing to use www.cabi.org  means you agree to our use of cookies. If you would like to, you can learn more about the cookies we use.

Leisure Tourism

Your source for all tourism, leisure and hospitality information

>>> Sign up to receive our Leisure, Hospitality & Tourism e-newsletter, book alerts, and offers <<<

Results per page:

Search results

Abstract

This 206 000-ha park in SW France was founded in 1970. About 80% of the area is forest; 98% is privately owned. The main aims were: preservation of the natural environment and typical scenery; making available to town-dwellers a wide range of rural recreation; and the renewal of a rural area...

Author(s)
Doyen, A.
Publisher
Societe royale forestiere de Belgique, Bruxelles, Belgium
Citation
Bulletin de la Societe Royale Forestiere de Belgique, 1977, 84, 5, pp 270-288
Abstract

The Waza National Park in northern Cameroon is part of the Chad basin. There is savanna woodland on the higher, free-draining western areas and flood meadows in the east. The major tourist attraction is the large number of big game, especially elephants, giraffes, various antelopes and large cats. ...

Author(s)
Vanpraet, C. L.
Citation
[FAO Report], 1977, No. FO: DP/CMR/72/025 Rapport Technique 1, pp 69 pp.
Abstract

The development possibilities of the unspoiled lower Aulne valley, are studied. Agriculture is the main activity, with particular emphasis on dairy cattle. However, tourism is now appearing in the region, and holiday homes are being built. It is feared that this type of development will cause a...

Author(s)
Cleac'h, A.; Piriou, N.; Bodere, J. C.
Citation
Norois, 1977, 96, pp 525-541
Abstract

The proposed organization and management of the park are described. A limited amount of tourism and some wildlife research, particularly on elephants and their feeding habits, are envisaged. A protection zone is being created, comprising the fauna reserve of N'zo (90 000 ha) where forest...

Author(s)
Bousquet, B.
Citation
Bois et Forets de Tropiques, 1978, No. 180, pp 23-37
Abstract

The 'Monitor' gives a yearly report on England's irreplaceable 'tourism assets'; historic buildings, ancient monuments and conservation areas. The information is broken down into counties and tourist board regions. It is admitted that conflict exists between conservation and tourism but this could...

Publisher
London., UK
Citation
English heritage monitor., 1978, pp 49pp.
Abstract

The book views the Austrian summer alpine pastures (alms) mainly from the agricultural point of view, taking into account social and geographical factors affecting or affected by the alms. This chapter includes sections on: the importance of summer alpine pasturing for Austrian agriculture; the...

Author(s)
Penz, H.
Citation
Munchner Studien zur Sozial- und Wirtschaftsgeographie, Wirtschaftsgeographisches Institut der Universitat Munchen, 1978, 15, pp 84-107
Abstract

Amongst the main reasons why plants are threatened by extinction are the development of the tourist industry, road building, and their collection for horticultural or botanical purposes. Educating people in the value of their floral heritage and the need to conserve it is suggested as the best way...

Author(s)
Broussalis, P.
Citation
Naturopa, 1978, 31, pp 4-6
Abstract

The development of mass tourism has opened up an ever-increasing number of previously inaccessible sites and thus contributed to their destruction. Protective measures at national and international levels are discussed. These are for either partial or full protection but overall protection is...

Author(s)
Bugnot, P.
Citation
Naturopa, 1978, 31, pp 33-35
Abstract

This report is largely based on evidence from official documents. It analyzes in particular the direct and indirect effects of the development of tourism. Guidelines are worked out and offered for action at national, regional and local levels which could produce a code for the structural...

Author(s)
Glass, B.
Publisher
Conseil Superieur du Tourisme., Paris, France
Citation
Developpement touristique et protection du patrimoine., 1978, pp 22pp.
Abstract

France has come to realize that "sensitive" areas in environmental terms, such as mountain and coastal regions must be protected. Extensive planning schemes, whether industrial or touristic facilities, must be replaced with greater efforts to protect vulnerable zones. Three groups at least threaten ...

Author(s)
Lacaze, J. P.
Citation
2000 Amenagement du Territoire, Innovation Avenir, 1978, 45, pp 21-25

Refine Results

Sort Order
Author
Geographical Location
Item Type
Language
Organisms
Subject Topics