Ecotourism Routes in Ugam-Chatkal State Natural Park and Their Organization
Tourism is one of the most important sectors of the world economy and one of the fastest growing. The tourism industry plays an important role in the economies of many countries.
An analysis of world practice shows that the main features of ecotourism are: an orientation towards organizing a full-fledged recreation in the wild and slightly altered nature, which contributes to the restoration of the physical and spiritual strength of the tourist, expanding his horizons of natural sciences, as well as compliance with ethical standards in the natural and cultural-historical environment. The article was written in connection with the plan of scientific research carried out in order to achieve compliance with the processes of nature management, indicated in the main priorities aimed at ensuring the country's environmental safety.
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