By H D Zeppel
Facing indigenous ecotourism as a unique form of nature-based tourism, Indigenous Ecotourism examines the foremost ideas of this box via international case reviews and analyses the foremost elements for sustainable improvement.
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Thomson/Wadsworth, Belmont, CA, USA. International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) (2003) Indigenous Peoples and Sustainable Development: Discussion Paper. Roundtable Discussion Paper for the 25th Anniversary Session of IFAD’s Governing Council. IFAD, Rome. htm (accessed 18 May 2006) Intrepid Travel (2002) Literature Review: Impacts of Alternative Types of Tourism in Rural Village Communities in Less Developed Countries. Responsible Travel Research. php (accessed 17 November 2005) Context of Indigenous Ecotourism 29 IPACC (2004) About IPACC.
18 Chapter 1 Maori tourism in New Zealand (Ryan, 1998), First Nations peoples managing heritage sites in Canada (Wall, 1998) and cultural property rights for Indigenous tourism in Australia (Whittaker, 1998). , 1998), published by The Ecotourism Society, included three chapters reviewing community-based ecotourism ventures in southern Africa (Christ, 1998), Ecuador (Drumm, 1998) and Indonesia (Sproule and Suhandi, 1998). Drumm (1998) reviewed ecotourism ventures in Ecuador managed by Quechua, Huaorani, Napo Runa and Cofan Indians.
For this reason, most Indigenous ecotourism projects are community-based tourism ventures. However, marginalized Indigenous groups require support from NGOs, aid groups and government agencies to control and beneﬁt from community tourism or joint tourism ventures (Lash and Austin, 2003; Smith, 2003). Successful community-based ecotourism requires the empowerment of community members through local participation and control of tourism decision-making, employment and training opportunities and increased entrepreneurial activities by local people.
Indigenous ecotourism: sustainable development and management by H D Zeppel