Despite the ecotourism definition which assumes that ecotourist
trip should be realized in very attractive natural areas, it can also be prepared for city parks, green houses, arboreta
The arrival of ecotourists
, they believe, will result in increasing gathering of herbs for traditional medicine and local edible forest produce.
Thus, ecotourism revolves around communicative practices for ecotourists
, local communities, and other involved parties.
It was a reflective group of ecotourists
that surveyed the chaotic scene--horseshoe crabs everywhere, and squawking gulls and sandpipers nearby, ready to feast on the remains.
According to the Adventure Travel Trade Association, in 2006 research found that women make up the largest group of ecotourists
and are responsible for the growing demand in adventure activities.
Now it is attracting everyone from backpackers to ecotourists
who are taking a walk on the wild side.
This system covers over 14 percent of the country and serves as a major draw for ecotourists
coming to Suriname.
Personal interviews and a focus group were conducted with the other research ecotourists
United Workers Party leader Edison James said government should instead seek to take control from Venezuela over the tiny, nearby Isla de Aves, or Bird Island, to help lure ecotourists
Swaths of untouched rain forests and abundant fauna, ranging from elephants to Asian black bears, attract ecotourists
learn about the habitats that they visit, provide donations to conserve them, and generate income for host communities.
Guests are positioned as ecotourists
seeking thrills in exotic locales, but as Hermanson concludes, "Animal Kingdom isn't an authentic representation of animals in a re-created environment but a near-perfect Technicolor simulation of our media-soaked creation of nature" (225).