This book describes the state of the art of tourism planning and management in national parks and protected areas. It also provides guidelines for best practice in tourism operations.
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P. F. J. Eagles, Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies, University of Waterloo. S. F. McCool, School of Forestry, University of Montana.Review:
"The authors make extensive use of case studies from throughout the world as well as synthesizing the works of leading academics in the field ... There are fourteen chapters of moderate length, each with its own list of references, which is supplemented by suggested further reading sources for certain chapters. The chapters are wide ranging in their scope, as you would expect in any serious examination of the complex issues involved in the subject matter. ... Problems and issues that face parks can be many and various due to the multitude of stakeholders and interest groups, each of whom may hold different values and goals for a park or protected area. ... The book covers comprehensively the major aspects of planning and managing tourism in national parks and protected areas, and as such it should be indispensable to practitioners, academics, as well as students, and interest groups." --Andrew Ralton, Assistant Secretary of ScotWays, the Scottish Rights of Way and Access Society
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