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Report on Responsible Tourism at Tsavo East National Park, Kenya Table of Contents 1.0 Introduction 1.1 Destination History 1 1.2 Aim of this report 2 2.0 Literature Review 2.1 Growth in Tourism 2 2.2 Impact of Tourism 2 2.3 Impact of tourism in the Tsavo Region 3 2.4 Sustainable Development 3 2.5 Responsible Tourism 5 2.6 Difference between Sustainable and Responsible Tourism 6 2.7 Stakeholders and Responsibilities 7 2.8 Analysis of a Case Study 9 3.0 SMART objectives 14 4.0 Strategies to achieve SMART objectives 15 5.0 Conclusion 17 References 18 Executive Summary Sustainable tourism refers to the sustainable development of all three pillars – economic, social and environment, whereby the
However, the Park has untapped natural resources such as rivers, rocks, lava flow and dust-elephants. All of these can be utilized to generate streams of revenues for the survival and growth of the region. Literature on responsible tourism suggests that poverty alleviation is possible if all the stakeholders work in cooperation to achieved the defined goals. However, this requires all the stakeholders to accept and discharge responsibility. Through a case study analysis it has been identified that the locals play a critical role in the sustainable development of any region. Motivating the locals becomes a major issue which can be shouldered by the NGOs. The tourists, the hotel operators and the tour operators, each have responsibility towards sustainable development. ...
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