Specialty Travel Papers

  • Coral Divers

    1005 words, 5 pages

    Ecotourism should support environment preservation, because ecotourism might lead to them. There are two sides to the issue - from education on preservation of nature to concerns with environmental health and safety. Both sides of the story will be covered here. The term "ecotourism" was popularized in 1983 by Hector Ceballos-Lascurain, with the Mexican Ministry of Urban Development and Ecology, when lobbying for conservation of wetlands in northern Mexico. However some claim the term was used as far back as the middle 1960's or early 1970's by Claus-Dieter Hetzer, an

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    Ecotourism In Nepal

    1262 words, 6 pages

    Abstract This paper tries to examine the prospects of ecotourism in Nepal in reference to the role it can play to make the green economy. The paper shows the growing trend of the tourists in Nepal. The tourists of different nationalities visit Nepal for various purposes like holiday, trekking & mountaineering, pilgrimage, official etc. Tourism plays a vital role in a country like Nepal, as it represents a significant portion of the GDP and economic activity. Tourist impacts on natural resources and cultural heritage are to be controlled, especially in fragile areas o

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    The Process Of Purchasing A Tourism Product

    1507 words, 7 pages

    The Process of Purchasing a Tourism Product A tourism activity is not an easy thing to purchase, this is because you don’t know what you are paying for until you are actually carrying out the activity. This is very different to purchasing a product such as a car, you look at the car before the purchase and decide it is what you want. With a tourism activity you can research the product beforehand but the experience that you will have cannot be known until the activity is paid for and you are actually carrying it out. This is called an intangible product. There is six

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    Stranger Essay

    1512 words, 7 pages

    Albert Camus creates a series of characters in The Stranger whose personality traits and motivations mirror those that are overlooked upon by the average man. Camus develops various characters and scenarios that show true humanity which tends to have been ignored due to the fact of how typical it has become. Camus incorporates abominable personality traits of the characters, variety, consistency, and everyone’s fate. Camus demonstrates the disregarded reason behind the origins of relationships between people to characterize people as selfish. The relationship between

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    Research Paper On Vietnam Tourism

    1777 words, 8 pages

    Tourism, known as the world’s fastest growing industry, is an important economic driver in so many nations around the world. According to David Scowsill, President and CEO World Travel and Tourism Council, tourism industry consitues 9% of the world’s GDP and 260 million jobs worldwide, which makes it bigger than the automotive sector and just behind the banking industry (Scowsill 2011). Moreover, the export income from the world’s tourism services stands at the forth place behind fuels, chemical and car industry and the world’s tourism income, significantly, was 1,100 billion USD or around

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    Humanization

    2060 words, 9 pages

    English R1B Meursault from the story The Stranger by Albert Camus is truly complex character. As the story starts out we see Meursault as unfeeling, passive, and apathetic, yet as the story progresses Meursault has the opportunity to talk to his prison guard about freedom. After this, he becomes more feeling, active, and appreciative, the transition showing the complexity of his character. At the beginning of the story, Meursault finds out that his mother, Maman, had passed away. To many, this would be horrifying news, but Meursault seemed very unaffected by it

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