Kenya Revision
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  • 1. Kenya is an LEDC in Africa Advantages of tourism Disadvantages of in Kenya tourism in Kenya Most people are • Provides jobs for local • Tourists can disturb involved in farming people animals and live in poor rural • New services built • Tourists can be communities which the local disrespectful of the population can use traditional culture • Encourages new roads • Most of the profits go Tourism is a major growth industry in and better back to large holiday Kenya communications companies and not to • National Parks have local businesses • Increase in been created which Most tourists either encourages the environmental problems go on safari or to the protection of the including soil erosion coast environment
  • 2. Eco Tourism is a type of tourism which is sustainable because it takes care of the country and the people. Into Africa is a travel company which runs safaris and treks in Kenya PEOPLE: ENVIRONMENT: • Most employees are local • Strict code of conduct is • They are paid fair wages promoted by the company so • The local community benefits the wildlife is not disturbed • Small vans are taken on safari from school projects run by the company rather than use large buses • All traditional cultures are • Vehicles stay on designated carefully protected paths/ tracks • Hotels and camp sites are • The buildings are low level and owned by local Kenyans built to blend into the surroundings