Tourism in a HIC (High Income Country), Example: Malham, Yorkshire

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  • Tourism in a HIC: Malham, Yorkshire
      • Landscape provides opportunities for a number of outdoor pursuits, including caving and climbing.
      • Unique natural features including rock pavements and dry valleys.
      • A dramatic limestone landscape.
      • Remote, quiet and relaxing locations.
      • Interesting wildlife, including nesting peregrine falcons on Malham Cove.
      • Visitor centre providing tourism related information, guided walks and locally focused presentations.
      • Transport links and car parking facilities.
      • Specialist shops and souvenir sellers.
      • Clearly signposted and maintained footpaths.
      • 'Picture book' village and historical buildings.
      • Local services including a number of accommodation providers (B&Bs, Country Hotels and Youth Hostels); plus restaurants, cafes and pubs.


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