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Dive Brunei & Rainforest Discovery I
815,22 € *
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Brunei offers a multitude of diving adventures - either you want to experience the feeling of weightlessness and breathing underwater for the first time or go visit one of the many wreck and reef sites as a certified diver. Brunei's wrecks are considered one of the most famous dive sites for certified recreational and technical divers fascinated about wreck diving. The American and Australian WWII shipwrecks are just a few of the fascinating underwater world Brunei has to offer. In order to make your dive experience more unique we combined the dive adventure with a fantastic opportunity to discover the beautiful rainforest of Borneo. You will experience a traditional boat ride to the National Park and experience the hospitality of the local Iban culture as well as trek your way up the Canopy Walkway to enjoy a breathtaking view of the lush greenery. Note: For this trip you need your minimum certification level has to be Open Water Diver.

Anbieter: Viator – Ein Trip...
Stand: 09.07.2020
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Ecotourism in Brunei Darussalam
79,00 € *
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This research considers the benefits and disbenefits of ecotourism development in Brunei Darussalam, derived from the economic, social and cultural impacts, as described and experienced by Iban and Dusun communities in selected villages at Ulu Temburong National Park and Merimbun Heritage Park, the influence of ecotourism on their traditional resource use, and their involvement in the planning and decision-making process. The impacts of tourism on local people have been studied in developing and developed countries, but the impacts of ecotourism development in national parks have not been commonly researched in a holistic approach, such that they often lack the positive aspects, notably for the socio-cultural dimension. The researcher develops a conceptual model of sustainability in ecotourism that fulfils some of the specifications established by Budowski (1976) and Valentine (1997), which establishes the symbiotic relationship of local communities in ecotourism represented by the benefits that local communities can acquire.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 09.07.2020
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Ecotourism in Brunei Darussalam
134,00 CHF *
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This research considers the benefits and disbenefits of ecotourism development in Brunei Darussalam, derived from the economic, social and cultural impacts, as described and experienced by Iban and Dusun communities in selected villages at Ulu Temburong National Park and Merimbun Heritage Park, the influence of ecotourism on their traditional resource use, and their involvement in the planning and decision-making process. The impacts of tourism on local people have been studied in developing and developed countries, but the impacts of ecotourism development in national parks have not been commonly researched in a holistic approach, such that they often lack the positive aspects, notably for the socio-cultural dimension. The researcher develops a conceptual model of sustainability in ecotourism that fulfils some of the specifications established by Budowski (1976) and Valentine (1997), which establishes the symbiotic relationship of local communities in ecotourism represented by the benefits that local communities can acquire.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 09.07.2020
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Ecotourism in Brunei Darussalam
71,99 € *
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This research considers the benefits and disbenefits of ecotourism development in Brunei Darussalam, derived from the economic, social and cultural impacts, as described and experienced by Iban and Dusun communities in selected villages at Ulu Temburong National Park and Merimbun Heritage Park, the influence of ecotourism on their traditional resource use, and their involvement in the planning and decision-making process. The impacts of tourism on local people have been studied in developing and developed countries, but the impacts of ecotourism development in national parks have not been commonly researched in a holistic approach, such that they often lack the positive aspects, notably for the socio-cultural dimension. The researcher develops a conceptual model of sustainability in ecotourism that fulfils some of the specifications established by Budowski (1976) and Valentine (1997), which establishes the symbiotic relationship of local communities in ecotourism represented by the benefits that local communities can acquire.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 09.07.2020
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