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There are some photos and ideas behind the community based tourism work of Crooked Trails.

There are some photos and ideas behind the community based tourism work of Crooked Trails.

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  • 1. Community Based Tourism
  • 2.
    • " responsible travel to natural areas that conserves the environment and improves the well-being of
    • local people."
  • 3.
    • Community based tourism takes this a step further..
  • 4. Advantages to CBT
  • 5. Creating jobs in the village
  • 6. Locals sell their crafts Jabusii, Thailand
  • 7. Chinchero, Peru
  • 8. Donations from groups
  • 9.  
  • 10. Work projects- Kenya
  • 11. Building a school Merrueshi Kenya
  • 12. Finished School Merrueshi
  • 13.
    • When villagers remain in their communities they can continue to add to the overall prosperity of the village. This prevents the village to city exodus so common today in rural areas throughout the world. CBT helps create jobs in the communities.
    Avoiding emigration
  • 14.
    • Preserving culture
  • 15. Honoring traditional knowledge
    • Demonstrations
    • Classes
    • Walks
    • Presentations
  • 16. Offering local guided nature walks. Merrueshi Kenya
  • 17. Mitigating environmental impact:
    • Minimize outside garbage and remove all that is brought in.
    • Be prepared to filter their own water.
    • Limit showers and don’t expect hot water.
    • Accommodations should be simple and appropriate to the area.
    • Bring warm sleeping bags so extra wood is not burned.
    • Be prepared to eat local foods.
  • 18. Home stays
  • 19. Lodge Stay and Guest Houses
  • 20. Time to work in the fields Vicos Peru
  • 21. Fun time to play with the children of the village Pokhara Nepal Ladahk India
  • 22. Experiencing traditional dress Ladahk India
  • 23. Learning about local culture during talks with locals Ladahk India
  • 24. Sharing music Ladahk India
  • 25. Learning to cook local style New Delhi India
  • 26. Chinchero, Peru
  • 27.
    • Demonstrations of traditional arts
  • 28. Vicos Peru
  • 29. Oaxaca Mexico
  • 30. Learning to weave
  • 31. Making photography interactive, fun and responsible Sarangkot Nepal
  • 32. Language Lessons Bhaktapur, Nepal
  • 33. Eating traditionally Lingshed Ladahk
  • 34. Learning with the locals
  • 35. Time to talk, laugh and share.
  • 36. Time to appreciate the local sites
  • 37.  
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  • 40. Quiet time for reflection in the village. Sarangkot Nepal
  • 41.