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JEL Classifications: Z32


PROTECTED AREAS - DEVELOPMENT SUSTAINABILITY, ECONOMIC BENEFIT AND INTEGRATION OF LOCAL CULTURE IN GEORGIA

Author: Maia Azmaiparashvili | Published: 2019-07-29 | Pages: 157-162

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For Citation: Azmaiparashvili M. (2019), Protected Areas - Development Sustainability, Economic Benefit And Integration Of Local Culture In Georgia, Globalization And Business, N7, pp. 157-162.

Abstract

Tourism is based on deliberate and reasonable consumption of tourist resources. The object of research is Ecological Tourism, Protected Areas - Development Sustainability, Economic Benefit and Integration of Local Culture in Georgia. The understanding and recognition of significance of sustainable tourist achievements became the base of eco-tourism. In the world of tourism the notion sustainable tourism and eco-tourism are used in the same way. Besides this close relation each of them has slight, but important special features. Sustainable tourism means the duty of the society to provide the protection and maintenance of the environment for the future generations. These conditions are not only political and economic factors and needs strengthening with the help of making decisions. We should realize what does ecologically sustainable environment means for the development of tourism and what part in this case plays eco-tourism as one of the main parts of the development of the sustainable tourism.

With its natural landscapes it is known that protected areas now play an important role in protecting Georgia›s biodiversity, natural heritage. In the work there is a significant place for visitors ‹statistics on the protected areas, survey of visitors› satisfaction, income from tourism and the sustainability of tourism sustainability. So as to provide sustainable economy for tourism, tourist sustainability is needed. During the sustainable development of tourism the resources should be used so as to satisfy economic, social and esthetic needs, but at the same time maintain the originality of the country.


Keywords

SUSTAINABLE TOURISM, ECOTOURISM, ECOLOGICAL SUSTAINABILITY, RECREATIONAL RESOURCES, ECONOMICAL SUSTAINABILITY


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