JOURNAL OF RESEARCH IN NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT VOLUME 1 NO 2 OCTOBER 2003
A CRITICAL APPRAISAL OF THE ECOTOURISM INDUSTRY IN AFRICA:
MR. D. O. UGHABUGO,
SCHOOL OF SCIENCE EDUCATION
MRS. E.A. OJILE
FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION (TECHNICAL) POTISKUM
Tourism has often been erroneously viewed as a mere jamboree for the rich. This unfounded impression has been greatly eroded with the emergence of tourism based on natural and natural resources (wildlife). Ecotourism in addition to its numerous visible benefits is the surest mode of conserving the threatened demerits. Developing countries like those in the African continent must and ought to develop their ecotourism potentials to ensure and guarantee the conservation of their restoration, prevent their destruction and degradation and control their unwarranted depletion.
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