Massive Environmental Tourism

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Tourism is one of the oldest activities and, however, wasn’t always so lucrative tourism company. Today millions of dollars move in investment with the sole aim of encouraging tourism. Thanks to globalization and the high-tech media tourism has no limits, and in that sense we can speak of a mass tourism. Mass tourism was born when advertising failed to reach all corners of the planet. Internet and the advancement of other means of communication as satellite television and mobile phones have allowed that people in all countries are aware of the attractions of countries that, on more than one occasion, may be the other side of the world. All this to provoked a massive tourism where millions of people are mobilized to the places catalogued as the best to visit: the best combination between security and natural beauty. However, this so-called mass tourism has some flaws.

One of the negative points is that many times Okay more quantity than quality, IE, for wanting to attract a greater number of people we are losing the notion of providing a better service or better infrastructure to receive tourists. On the other hand, is the damage that is done to the same place or tourist site. On some occasions the possibility of educating about a culture of environmental care make it difficult for large amounts of people by what are generated large amounts of trash. Thus was born the so-called today environmental tourism, a combination of natural beauty and education on respect for nature. This involves the reduction of the number of tourists, however reduces costs in care site or tourist spot (cleaning and security staff) since they are the same tourists who learn about caring for nature. Environmental tourism also promotes the conservation and protection of the tourist areas. The project is ambitious and seeks to create the future tourists: a person attracted by the natural beauty and at the same time his protection and conversation.

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