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Development of civilisation, pace of life and omnipresent stress make the growing part of society want to rest far away from crowded hotels and popular holiday resorts. The need for silence is often associated with coming back to nature, admiring its beauty and harmony as well as discovering its...

Author(s)
Woś, B.
Publisher
Publications of the Faculty of Geography and Regional Studies, Warsaw University, Warszawa, Poland
Citation
Prace i Studia Geograficzne, 2017, 62, 3, pp 141-156
Abstract

At seminar on artisanal fisheries of Santos, conducted by the Institute of Fisheries of Santos, in May 2003, we faced great difficulty that fishermen have to sustain themselves due to over-fishing, competition with large ship owners and fishing closed season. These factors affect not only the...

Author(s)
Marchesini, R.; Cruz, R. A. da
Publisher
Sociedade Brasileira de Ecotourismo, Sao Paulo, Brazil
Citation
Revista Brasileira de Ecoturismo, 2013, 6, 5, pp 896-909
Abstract

Medical tourism is a relatively recent global economic and political phenomenon which has assumed increasing importance for developing countries, particularly in Asia. It has been slower to develop within the context of the tourism industry in English-speaking Caribbean countries but there is...

Author(s)
Chambers, D.; McIntosh, B.
Publisher
Routledge, Abingdon, UK
Citation
Third World Quarterly, 2008, 29, 5, pp 919-937
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The present research was conducted to assess the response of the local community towards the prospect of community-based tourism (CBT) to facilitate conservation of the Sundarbans mangrove forest in Bangladesh. A total of 120 individuals from two villages adjacent to two main tourist routes or...

Author(s)
Islam, M. W.; Rahman, M. M.; Iftekhar, M. S.; Rakkibu, M. G.
Publisher
Routledge, Abingdon, UK
Citation
Journal of Ecotourism, 2013, 12, 2, pp 119-129
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Recent rapid grow of culinary tourism has significant potential contribution to enhancing biodiversity conservation especially biodiversity of local plant species for local food and food preparation tradition in local community. Ethnic food has been explored as one of the indigenous resources for ...

Author(s)
Putri, W. K.; Hakim, L.; Indriyani, S.
Publisher
Brawijaya University, Malang, Indonesia
Citation
Journal of Indonesian Tourism and Development Studies, 2017, 5, 3, pp 161-168
Abstract

The rapid development of activities over the last 15-20 years has contributed to the development of destinations both economically and socially. This development will continue in the future. The reason for this is that the style and size of the events continue to improve each year. The festival...

Author(s)
Çoban, M.; Süer, S.
Publisher
Izmir Katip Celebi University, Faculty of Tourism, Izmir, Turkey
Citation
International Journal of Contemporary Tourism Research, 2018, 2, 2, pp 58-67
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Wehea forest is a highland of tropical rain forest on East Kutai Regency in East Kalimantan. The community especially Wehea ethnic in Nehas Liah Bing Village is well known for their traditional wisdom in utilizing the forest resources. Wehea Forest Area is a cluster of Maput and Pendreh land...

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Edwin, M.; Sulistyorini, I. S.; Allo, J. K.
Publisher
Department of Forest Management, Faculty of Forestry, Bogor Agricultural University (IPB), Bogor, Indonesia
Citation
Jurnal Manajemen Hutan Tropika, 2017, 23, 3, pp 128-139
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The aim of the research is to explore the value of homegardens at Abui community in Takpala Village, Alor Island, as a basis of rural tourism development. The value of home gardens was assessed in the perspective of local people's culture. Therefore, ethnobotanical assessment with Index of...

Author(s)
Alelang, I. F.; Hakim, L.; Batoro, J.
Publisher
Brawijaya University, Malang, Indonesia
Citation
Journal of Indonesian Tourism and Development Studies, 2018, 6, 2, pp 120-125
Abstract

Albania situated in South-eastern Europe, has a coastline of 362 km long, rich biodiversity of lagoons, lakes and mountain areas with unique flora and fauna, unspoiled nature and beautiful scenery in several regions. Still active traditional life styles and all this bring the opportunity to develop ...

Author(s)
Shkira, E.; Horanlli, D.
Publisher
Balkan Environmental Association (BENA), Thessaloniki, Greece
Citation
Journal of Environmental Protection and Ecology, 2011, 12, 3, pp 1068-1077
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The legendary Langkawi Island is one of the most visited islands in Malaysia. Rapid coastal development and tourist activities in the island including in the area of Kilim River had restrained mangrove proliferation over the years. Mangrove areas have evolved from merely a conservation area,...

Author(s)
Badaruddin Mohamed
Publisher
Forestry Department Peninsular Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Citation
Malaysian Forester, 2012, 75, 1, pp 79-84

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