ECOTOURISM CASE STUDY GCSE KENYA

Tourism can also have negative impacts on the area. Valuable information and revision resources here so keep up the good work! I am hoping to update the blog over the next couple of months with some more case studies ready for the summer exams. Ecotourism can play a large part in helping to ensure that there are many social and economic positives coming from ecotourism. Your blogs have really helped me through the course and I just want to thank you so much, and please continue making them! The Kenyan government has set up very strict rules about how hotel chains can ensure they balance the needs of the tourist and the needs of the local community.

Your blogs have really helped me through the course and I just want to thank you so much, and please continue making them! Practice Paper – Unit 3 – People and their Needs These need to be managed carefully to ensure that the natural environment isn’t damaged for future generations. Kenya is located in East Africa, its capital city is Nairobi and it has a population of approximately 30 million people. I just hope my students here are using it as well!! As a result, any new tourism development in the area should not have any negative environmental impact on the local environment and if anything, should have a positive impact. Tourism brings income to Kenya and gives tourists a greater understanding of the area’s animals and plants.

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Tourism brings income to Kenya and gives tourists a greater understanding of the area’s animals and plants. However, perhaps the largest impact that ecotourism can make is in how it can help to impact the environment.

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Practice Paper – Unit 3 – People and their Needs Practice Paper – Unit 4 – People and their Environ As a result, any new tourism development in the area should not have any negative environmental impact on the local environment and if anything, should have a positive impact.

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Tourism can also have negative impacts on the area. Many of your case studies are better explained than in our textbook. Also wanted to mention a new educational forum you may wish to get involved with to promote your blog and spark educational discussions Ecotourism can play a large part in helping to ensure that there are many social and economic positives coming from ecotourism.

The accommodation at Kigio is stjdy “cottages” built of mud, timber and thatch, using local and reclaimed materials and methods. The Kenyan government has set up very strict rules about how hotel chains gcae ensure they balance the needs of the tourist and the needs of the local community.

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Kenya is located in East Africa, its capital city is Nairobi and it has a population of approximately 30 million people. The furniture is built from re-claimed timber from the ground and there is no electricity, oil lamps are kwnya used.

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Hi Angela Thank you for your kind message – I am really glad the blog is useful and great to know its being used all over – including Hong Kong!! Ecotourism Kenya runs a standards scheme where 86 facilities have received 23 Gold, ecotourisn Silver and 20 Bronze standard eco-rating certificates.

Valuable information and revision resources here so keep up the good work! Posted by Mr Chambers at 5: The Maasai Mara is especially popular for safari holidays, offering tourists the chance to observe the annual migration of the wildebeest and zebra. The above lists the number of keyna from countries around the world since Sunday 6th May These need to be managed carefully to ensure that the natural environment isn’t damaged for future generations.

I can see that you are putting a lot of efforts into your blog. Many of my friends use this website as well: Mombassa Why have numbers of tourists visiting Kenya increased? I am hoping to update the blog over the next couple of months with some more case studies ready for the summer exams.