Libyas Tourism Industry

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Recognized as one of the pillars of the state's economy in future, the tourism industry has been playing a very important role in Libya. The rapid increase of tourism can be attributed by the government's support and encouragement. In order to maintain the tourism industry's striking performance, Libya's government has spared no effort to promote the country as a travel destination…

Introduction

The sudden increase of travel to the country from different parts of the world has resulted in enormous pressure on the natural environment. Negative impacts due to recreational activities within the country parks have occurred. Littering was one of the impacts caused by recreational activities. Refuse throughout the parks, as well heaped in rubbish bins was a common occurrence. In addition, animals' lives were also threatened by so-called ecotourism activities, which were organized by local travel agencies. Since this time, the government became aware the ecotourism market and the invaluable ecotourism resources in the country could serve as alternative attractions for visitors. The government cannot rely only on the man-made tourism infrastructure to retain the visitor number, as limited land is available for the construction of new tourism facilities. These facilities, on the contrary, may not be able to perform earn their keep because of the increasing number of visitors. Thus, man-made infrastructures are not necessarily a cost effective way to develop tourism in the country.
The present study will not only demonstrate an effective tool for ecotourism planning, but also will help in assessing and identifying potential ecotourism destinations, which conformed to eco-tourists' preferences, to facilitate ecotourism d ...
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