This thesis examines the success of the project in restoring cultural and ecological integrity to the area, without any diminution of the economic benefits that the region needs for survival.
A particular focus is the success of tourism training projects among the indigenous residents of the area, and the effect of such training on tourism, given that eco- and adventure tourism continues to rise.
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Suggested initial topic reading: An evaluation of the success of the Annapurna Conservation Area Project in Nepal and its continuing effects on eco- and adventure tourism.
The Annapurna Conservation Project Area in Nepal seeks to redress the balance lost in the expansion of trekking tourism over the last thirty years.Interviews are conducted with those who have been declined accommodation, bed and breakfast owners, and industry representatives.Finally, it makes recommendations for owners to avoid litigation.This dissertation investigates the phenomenon of ‘slum tourism’, which dates back more than one hundred years.Examining briefly the history of such tours, it then considers the value of slum tourism in exposing individuals to inequities in living standards, income and even opportunity.Although the ’boutique’ hotel sector bears so single definition, consensus seems to be drawn that such hotels have relatively few guest rooms, offer a distinctive art and design style, and a high standard of service.This paper considers how much the role of art in hotels has escalated in recent years and has become a characteristic of boutique hotels.It explores the cost of individual and original art in a number of boutique hotels in the UK, and interviews are conducted with hotel management and guests to determine the role that art plays in choosing to stay with particular hotels.Suggested initial topic reading: Slum tourism: Ghoulish or good-hearted?Disclaimer: This work has been submitted by a student.This is not an example of the work produced by our Topics with Titles Service.