Drawing on case studies from Pacific Islands, Africa, Latin America and Southeast Asia, this book examines ecotourism enterprises controlled by indigenous people in tribal reserves or protected areas. It compares indigenous ecotourism in developed and developing counties and covers cultural ecotours, ecolodges, and bungalows, hunting and fishing tours, cultural attractions and other nature-based facilities or services.Private ecotourism companies benefit from rainforest conservation (Carr et al., 1993). ... The 11.5 million hectare Kayapo Indigenous Territories had a scientific research station with entrance fees and work as guides for the Aa#39;Ukre community.
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