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What was the tourism case study? I did Kenya for mass tourism but a lot of people did the golapagos island for Eco tourism..
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I believe it was Kenya. As ecotourism has no major negative effects as such. Also, the spec requires stratergies for mass tourism but nothing is mentioned for ecotourism - only positive effects and sustainable development. Also, it was part (d) i believe which was all mass tourism
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(Original post by Coffee25)
What was the tourism case study? I did Kenya for mass tourism but a lot of people did the golapagos island for Eco tourism..
I did the galapagos islands, it was a tropical area so i believe that Kenya, Galapagos and Brazil were all fine to use
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I did mass tourism too but everyone has done ecotourism at my school idek it was such a weirdly worded question!

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I believe it was Kenya. As ecotourism has no major negative effects as such. Also, the spec requires stratergies for mass tourism but nothing is mentioned for ecotourism - only positive effects and sustainable development. Also, it was part (d) i believe which was all mass tourism
I wouldnt quite call Kenya Tropical, but it said how does it maintain an income whilst reduxing the negative effects. For example, 10/16 people are only aloowed on a small boat to the Galapogos islands, these bring money to the local economy whilst also reduce carbon emissions as its only a small boat
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kenya is a tropical country; it has a tropical climate
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Our teachers told us that we had to do the mass tourism case study because ecotourism strategies isn't even on the spec but a lot of people have put Galapogas Islands. Questions fault really worded very weird and misleading.
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I wouldnt quite call Kenya Tropical, but it said how does it maintain an income whilst reduxing the negative effects. For example, 10/16 people are only aloowed on a small boat to the Galapogos islands, these bring money to the local economy whilst also reduce carbon emissions as its only a small boat
Kenya is a country in the tropics - it is in the AQA textbook for "a case study in the tropics"
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(Original post by harry42)
I believe it was Kenya. As ecotourism has no major negative effects as such. Also, the spec requires stratergies for mass tourism but nothing is mentioned for ecotourism - only positive effects and sustainable development. Also, it was part (d) i believe which was all mass tourism
I wouldnt quite call Kenya Tropical, but it said how does it maintain an income whilst reduxing the negative effects. For example, 10/16 people are only aloowed on a small boat to the Galapogos islands, these bring money to the local economy whilst also reduce carbon emissions as its only a small boat
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(Original post by harry42)
Kenya is a country in the tropics - it is in the AQA textbook for "a case study in the tropics"
Tha Galapogos islands is equally tropical though, so i dont understand why they wouldnt accept it
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Is jamaica a tropical country?
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Is jamaica a tropical country?
Yeah, i should of used that , but i did what the question asked me too, i believe any area in the tropics is fine , it didnt make specific reference to it being eco or mass
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It couldn't have been an eco tourism as it asked for an established resort. Eco tourism resorts have only been around for a few years due to the increased awareness of global warming, climate change etc
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It couldn't have been an eco tourism as it asked for an established resort. Eco tourism resorts have only been around for a few years due to the increased awareness of global warming, climate change etc
well noticed, i think you're right with that
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