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National parks in Tanzania, the tourist boom that has occurred there, the effect on communities and government portrayal of ecotourism are discussed. Section headings include: 'Conservation without representation' in colonial Tanganyika; Tanzanian socialism and state-run tourism; tourism policy;...

Author(s)
Honey, M.
Publisher
Island Press, Washington, USA
Citation
Ecotourism and sustainable development: who owns paradise?., 1999, pp 220-262
Abstract

This chapter examines the emerging tourist industry in Zanzibar and its attempts at ecotourism. These issues are discussed under the headings: the first tourism debate-from state-run to free-market tourism; the second tourism debate-ecotourism workshops; Zanzibar's unusual offerings-promoting...

Author(s)
Honey, M.
Publisher
Island Press, Washington, USA
Citation
Ecotourism and sustainable development: who owns paradise?., 1999, pp 263-292
Abstract

Ecotourism in Kenya is examined under the headings: The growth of nature tourism; innovations in national park management and nature tourism-good theory, poor performance; community conservation and early ecotourism-experiments in Amboseli and Maasai Mara; Masai Mara Game Reserve; Amboseli National ...

Author(s)
Honey, M.
Publisher
Island Press, Washington, USA
Citation
Ecotourism and sustainable development: who owns paradise?., 1999, pp 293-338
Abstract

This chapter examines ecotourism, national parks and social welfare in post-apartheid South Africa. Section headings include: the creation of apartheid's parks; ecotourism in South Africa; Kruger National Park-from fences and guns to community involvement and ecotourism; the seeds of change within...

Author(s)
Honey, M.
Publisher
Island Press, Washington, USA
Citation
Ecotourism and sustainable development: who owns paradise?., 1999, pp 339-389
Abstract

Kenya's game reserves represent some of the earliest attempts at nature-based tourism that conserves resources and provides benefits for local people, two tenets of ecotourism. The present paper assesses whether these experiments have worked. It reveals that international and national economic and...

Author(s)
Honey, M.
Publisher
Heldref Publications, Washington, USA
Citation
Environment (Washington), 2009, 51, 1, pp 46-56
Abstract

This book examines worldwide ecotourism and sustainable development. Individual chapters include: In search of the Golden Toad; The world travel industry-going 'green'?; Ecotourism today; The Galapagos Islands-test site for theories of evolution and ecotourism; Costa Rica-on the beaten path;...

Author(s)
Honey, M.
Publisher
Island Press, Washington, DC, USA
Citation
Ecotourism and sustainable development. Who owns paradise?, 1999, pp x + 405 pp.