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espacio de socialización y debate entre todos los sectores respecto de la planificación turística y las buenas prácticas de turismo responsable y sostenible. Se presentaron proyectos de Turismo Aventura, Turismo Comunitario, Turismo Rural, Turismo Religioso, Turismo en Naturaleza, Gestión Turística y Planificación.


Salar de Uyuni y Toro Toro (Potosí), el Parque Nacional Madidi, el lago Titicaca y Tiwanaku (La Paz), ciudades coloniales como Sucre y Potosí, la ruta del vino (Tarija), el Carnaval de Oruro (Oruro), el trópico (Cochabamba), las misiones jesuíticas y la Ruta del Che (Santa Cruz), así como la Amazonía, que incluye la ruta de la castaña y la del bufeo.





Feifan Xie, P. (2002) Managing Aboriginal Tourism: Perspectives from Governments. Sport Management, Recreation, and Tourism Division. School of Human Movement, Sport and Leisure Studies. Bowling Green State University, Ohio.
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Aboriginal tourism development is necessary because it can contribute to sustainable growth for the destination. The research suggests that tourism is highly centralized within the national government agencies that emphasize state regulation to discourage local nationalism. Although the Li minority is given flexible policies to develop the economy, the administrative power is strongly under the control of officials from ainland China. Aboriginal communities in Hainan had little control over tourism development. Many officials are dispatched from the mainland lack sufficient knowledge of ethnic cultures. The participation of the aboriginal peoples in decision making is currently non-existent.

Modelo economico.
Fleischer, A & Tsur, Y. (2000) Measuring the recreational value of agricultural landscape. Department of Agricultural Economics and Management, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel. Department of Applied Economics, The University of Minnesota, USA. European Review of Agriculture Economics Vol 27(3)pp.385-398. []
Alternative procedure, which provides a value of the agricultural landscape per se, as measured against a specific alternative, and based on whether agricultural landscape had an influence on visitation decisions. Our procedure involves a travel-cost model estimated by count-data regression techniques using (truncated) samples of visitors. An application to two regions in Israel reveals a substantial value for agricultural landscape, as compared with the traditional returns to farming.

The deep-rooted tradition goes back to Roman times as the conditions for creating spas have been ideal then. Italy is very rich in thermal and mineral waters and when combined with beautiful scenery, not many are able to resist. What is rather unique about local spa treatments is the fact that they are approved by the government’s Health Department and in many cases the health service covers the costs.

One of the most popular treatments is mud therapy. Patients with metabolic disorders, skin problems or more serious rheumatism and arthritis very often come here to seek advice from local medical experts. On the other hand, the spa regions always offer something extra – the diversity of leisure and cultural activities make the spas ideal holiday destinations as well.

Abano, Salsomaggiore, Chianciano, Montecatini, Fiuggi and Ischia are only a few of the many resorts which annually attract millions of holiday-makers and spa enthusiasts from all over the world. Italy simply possesses a very intense charm which is impossible to resist – many who come here once, return again.