GCSE - Tourism

Lake District

Antarctica

Jamaica 

Kenya

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  • Tourism
    • Kenya
      • Define stewardship
        • Large Scale (everyone)
        • Definition: the personal responsibility for looking after the environment, to sustain it for the future
      • Define Conservation
        • Small Scale
        • Definition: the careful and planned use of resources in order to manage and maintain the natural environment for future generation
      • Eco - Tourism
        • Definition: tourism that focuses on protecting the environment and local way of life
      • Gives another option to the overcrowded holiday destinations on the coast
      • Kigio Wildlife Camp and Malewa Wildlife Lodge
        • eco-friendly lodges
          • make from sustainable materials eg wood
          • solar power
        • live close to animals without disturbing them
      • Buy from locals to keep local economy growing
        • Kigio Wildlife Camp and Malewa Wildlife Lodge
          • eco-friendly lodges
            • make from sustainable materials eg wood
            • solar power
          • live close to animals without disturbing them
        • Crafts
        • Groceries
        • Other goods; shampoo, soap etc. made and supplied by locals
      • Recycle
        • Waste management
    • Antarctica
      • Extreme Environment
      • Tourists visit to experience:   - magnificent scenery           - wildlife
      • Disturb wildlife - could leave long lasting effects such as increase in mortality
      • Increase demand to go due to:            - more advanced technology = opportunity
      • Could become more commercialsed through the tourism = environmental isssue
        • Sea and coastal pollution
        • Littering
        • Disturb animal breeding patterns
      • Could make people see how precise nature is - and respect nature reserves
    • Lake District
      • Roads not big enough for the traffic
        • Made smaller by cars parking on verges
          • cars park on edge of roads = erosion
        • Narrow twisting lanes
      • Damage to footpaths
      • Damage to Honeypot Sites
      • Not enough Car Parking
        • cars park on edge of roads = erosion
      • A lot of empty houses
        • Due to ownership of second homes in the area (%)
          • Led to more crime
          • Not enough homes for the locals
      • UK National Park
    • Jamaica
      • Mass Tourism
        • Definition: tourism on a large scale in one country or region (Consolidation Stage)
      • Overcrowding
      • Environmental issues
        • Pollution
          • Air Pollution
          • Noise Pollution
          • Water Pollution
          • Light Pollution
      • Increase in crime due to mass tourism
      • Seasonal Jobs
      • Due to package holidays money leaks out of the country
      • Boosts the economy
      • Gets a reputation with mass tourism (good or bad)
      • Infrastructure
      • Employment
  • Lake District
    • Roads not big enough for the traffic
      • Made smaller by cars parking on verges
        • Narrow twisting lanes
      • Damage to footpaths
      • Damage to Honeypot Sites
      • Not enough Car Parking
        • A lot of empty houses
          • Due to ownership of second homes in the area (%)
            • Led to more crime
            • Not enough homes for the locals
        • UK National Park
      • Butler Model
      • 3 Environments that favour tourism
        • Mountains
        • Cities
        • Coastal Areas
      • Other goods; shampoo, soap etc. made and supplied by locals

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