DOI: 10.5176/2251-3809_LRPP1268

Authors: MANJU ARORA RELAN


Abstract: Only a few years ago, the word “ecotourism” did not exist, let alone the principles it now represents. True, there have been naturalist travelers for a long time, people such as Humboldt, Darwin, Bates, and Wallace. But their experiences were few and far between, so isolated that they did not produce significant socioeconomic benefits to the remote places they visited, nor did their activities seem to be intended as a tool for conserving natural areas, native cultures, or endangered species.

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