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The Market for Responsible Tourism Products: with special focus on Latin America and Nepal

The purpose of this study is to provide market data and strategies to assist tourism businesses and networks in Nepal and six Latin American countries (Nicaragua, Honduras, Guatemala, Bolivia, Ecuador, and Peru) where SNV is involved in initiatives aimed at strengthening responsible tourism. Broadly stated, this report examines the consumer and industry demand and major […]

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Facilitating Sustainable Mountain Tourism: Volume I (Resource Book) and Volume 2 (Toolkit)

Structure and Overview of the Resource Book This resource consists of two separate but interlinked volumes. Volume I – the Resource Book – deals with all aspects of the project cycle (project cycle planning, implementation, management, and monitoring of sustainable mountain tourism development) from a theoretical and practical perspective. Volume 2 – the Toolkit – […]

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Indigenous tourism – Guiding Principles

Guiding Principles Indigenous tourism should be conducted according to the following Guiding Principles: 1. Tourism must provide economic, social, cultural and environmental benefits for host communities while having   minimal impacts on these sustainability factors. 2, Poverty alleviation must be a primary goal of Indigenous tourism development. 3. Tourism development must be community approved and controlled. 4. […]

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