Aims of Ecotourism

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Aims of Ecotourism
1 To reduce the impact that tourism has on naturally beautiful environments.
2 To ensure that tourism does not exploit the natural environment or local communities.
3 To consult with local communities on planned developments.
4 To make sure that infrastructure improvements benefit local people and not just tourists.
5 To respect local customs and traditions - some communities are offended when tourists wear inappropriate clothes in religious places, strip off on the beach or behave in a rowdy manner. Local people appreciate tourists who try to learn the language and show an interest in their culture.
6 To support local communities - stay in locally owned accommodation and buy produce from local people.
7 To protect resources - don't take too many showers or use air conditioning.

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