Social Bus service to the capital of Larnica would'nt be available if it were a small town. Better nightlife for local youths e.g. Mambo Bar
Economical 20% of GDP from tourism and is almost doubled when multiplier effect is applied More jobs available in restraunts, bars, hotels etc.
Environmental Lara Beach is protected for turtles to lay eggs. All new hotels have fresh water supply and sewage system
Social Natives driven away due to tourists poor behaviour. Fish driven away by tourists so fishermen have to give tours around Greco Peninsula
Economical Less youths working in agriculture because better paying jobs in hotels and bars. Hotel/bar/club jobs are seasonal and they don't always get work in winter.
Environmental Turtles don't come to this part because of tourists. Large building development on beach
Social Only 500 people allowed on Inca trail at a time. Since 2000, porters only allowed to carry 25kg. Better quality of life for locals.
Economical At Pisac market, a new tourist specified handicraft market has been set up. $40 million to Peruvian governmebt a year from Macchu Piccu. Porters paid $10 a day for a four day trip and reputable travel companies ask people to pay $12 each
Environmental Since 2000, no plastic bottles allowed on trail. $50 each to go on Inca Trail which goes towards upkeep of trail.
Social Local villagers are who are employed as porters are not treated well as they are not paid enough and made to carry too much. The locals also want to dress like western visitors and not in their native clothes
Economic Hotels at the entrance and the train is owned by Orient-Express Hotels group which are based in Bermuda, so a lot of profit leaves the country. The most highly paid jobs are done by foreigners.
Environmental Grarbage is thrown into the rivers or left close to the trail. Erosion is begginging to occur on the Inca Trail due to the pressure of 500 tourists a day. Park wardens dump the rubbish into an open pit. Visual pollution is created by tourists in bright coats.