Anexo Nº 2: Ficha de atractivos turísticos comunales Código: Nombre del atractivo: Ubicación político administrativa. Clasificación (según CICATUR-OEA). Columbus Memorial, OAS Archive, OEA GA2. prepared by the Program of Tourism Development, CICATUR System, Organization of American States. The tangible patrimony was identified through the methodology of CICATUR and OAS. tangible se identificó mediante la metodología de la CICATUR y OEA.
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Women showed a greater sense of pride and positive perception about their cultural heritage. This study proposes to conduct an updated diagnosis of the resources for birdwatching as a touristic activity in the corridor of the National Route 40, along the section between Rio Turbio Coal Basin and Gobernador Gregores Santa Cruz Nevertheless, it is necessary to improve the interinstitutional coordination, to develop policies towards a sustained and ordered exploitation of tourism, giving value to different resources and attractions today wasted; as well as to improve the accessibility to some places.
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Skip to main content. To contrast the knowledge and perception that the population have regarding their cultural heritage, 96 surveys were applied.
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The market assessment allowed recognizing the meta market, to which the agro-ecotourism services and products related to mezcal could be offered, and to maguey cultivation and dry climate ecosystems. Click here to sign up. Help Center Find new research papers in: However, users may print, download, or email articles for individual use.
Ornithological tourism — Santa Cruz — ecotourism. From the total of the inventoried resources, the majority categorized at the hierarchy level 2, only four of them reached level 3. The rest corresponded to Cicatkr Resources and programmed Meetings and Oa. Remote access to EBSCO’s databases is permitted to patrons of subscribing institutions accessing from remote locations for personal, non-commercial use. The results cicaur that there are strengths and opportunities to develop rural tourism, and that the tourism environment of the study region is favorable, since up to 11 tourism attractions were identified, of which four are considered of high hierarchy within the methodology used.
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The strengths, opportunities, weaknesses and threats were evaluated; the evaluation of the attractors was according to the CICATUR-OEA methodology, and the study of the support systems was carried out with a market assessment. However, remote access to EBSCO’s databases from non-subscribing institutions is not allowed if the purpose of the use is for commercial gain through cost reduction or avoidance for a non-subscribing institution.
For the latter, we include 18 species, which becauseof their limited distribution, endemism and singularity, are the most sought by observers who visit Santa Cruz, several of these species have a bounded geographical distribution, thus resulting in a comparative advantage over other sites that offer birds as a touristic product.
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Users should refer to the original published version of the material for the full abstract. Users should refer to the original published version of the material for the full abstract. Log In Sign Up. Cultural heritage is defined as the sum of the tangible and intangible goods with historical, artistic and scientific value; and considered as a tourism resource, it contributes to the development of rural and urban cicatkr. Salinas has valuable cultural patrimony for the population in the region; as a whole, La Casa Grande, El Palomar and La Salinera represent an opportunity to activate the tourism sector.
The intangible patrimony was classified using the ethnographic method. However, cicztur access to EBSCO’s databases from non-subscribing institutions is not allowed if the purpose of the use is for commercial gain through cost reduction or avoidance for a non-subscribing institution. No warranty is given about the accuracy oda the copy.
The confluence of singularities regarding landscapes and species, mainly associated to the protected areas, and a biodiversity with a high degree of conservation, together with archeological and cultural resources of interest, would allow encouraging the development of touristic modalities with insignificant or scarce stimulus today, like nature, ornithological, adventure, scientific tourism, among others.
Tourism based on bird watching is scarcely used in this section of the NR40, so its study iccatur assessment will contribute to a sustainable development of these new tourism products. This abstract may be abridged. Preliminarily, two types of observers, according to their degree of interest in the activity,were identified, recreationists cicahur specialists. This study proposes to conduct an updated diagnosis of the resources for birdwatching as a touristic activity in the corridor of the National Route 40, along cidatur section between Rio Turbio Coal Basin and Gobernador Gregores Santa Cruz and its area influence, in order to lay the foundation for the planning and development of this activity in its various forms according to the cicatut of the environment.
The results indicated that the knowledge was different depending on the locality of origin, schooling, and gender of the survey respondent.