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Tanzania’s Tourism Futures : Harnessing Natural Assets

TOURIST ATTRACTION DESTINATIONS WILDLIFE AREAS ADVENTURE TOURISM CULTURAL SECTOR TOURIST SPOTS RENEWABLE RESOURCES HERITAGE MASS TOURISM TIME PREMIER TOURIST DESTINATIONS TOURISM MANAGEMENT INTERNATIONAL TOURISTS PARKS TOURISM OPERATORS SUSTAINABILITY WILDLIFE CONSERVATION TOURIST REVENUES NUMBER OF TOURISTS RESOURCE MANAGEMENT DISCOUNT RATE BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION CONSERVATION OF NATURAL CONSERVATION AREA CONSERVATION AREA AUTHORITY TOURIST REVENUE WILDLIFE HABITAT WILDERNESS AREAS COASTAL ZONE MASTER PLAN HIGH TOURIST NUMBERS VACATION WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATIONS TOURISM DESTINATION TOURISM INDUSTRY WORLD TOURISM ORGANIZATION TOURISTS PER YEAR TOURISM POTENTIAL TRAVELERS CULTURE TOURISM PRODUCT TRAVEL INDUSTRY PRESS TOURISM GROWTH THOUGHT TRAVEL MEDIA HOTEL ASSOCIATION TOURISM FUTURES TRAVEL MARKET WILDLIFE TOURISM POPULATION GROWTH TOURISM INVESTMENT PROMOTION OPERA TRAVEL AGENCIES NUMBERS OF TOURISTS DIVERSITY MAMMAL SPECIES NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT TOURISM ORGANIZATION ATTRACTIONS LEGISLATION TOURISM ASSETS INDICATORS VISITOR TOURIST DESTINATIONS TOURISM MARKET HOTEL ROOMS PARK AREA WILDERNESS TOURIST LODGES TOURISM SECTOR TOURIST NUMBERS NATURAL RESOURCES LANDSCAPES TOUR INFRASTRUCTURE ENVIRONMENTAL DAMAGE SAFARI” CIRCUIT TOURISM RESEARCH BELIEFS TOURISM DESTINATIONS SPORTS NATIONAL PARKS STONE TRAVEL ARCHITECTURE TOURS WORLD HERITAGE SITE TOURISM SECTORS SCIENCE TOUR OPERATORS TOURIST ARRIVALS BEACHES TOURIST BOARD PROTECTED AREAS TOURISM INVESTMENT TOURISTS BASIC PRIVATE RESERVES IMPACT OF TOURISM NATURAL ASSETS RESOURCE DEPLETION ADVENTURE TRAVEL WORLD TRAVEL TOURISM COUNCIL CUSTOM CULTURAL WORLD HERITAGE BUFFER ZONES TOURIST VISITS FOREIGN VISITORS WORLD TOURISM TOURISM PRODUCTS BIRD SPECIES VISITORS CONSERVATION ZONES CONSUMERS LITERATURE ARCHAEOLOGICAL STUDY ANNUAL TOURIST RENEWABLE NATURAL RESOURCES TOURISM WORLD HERITAGE NATURAL TOURISM TOURIST CONSERVATION STATUS TOURIST AREAS TOURIST PRODUCT BRIDGE MINING TOURISM COUNCIL TOURISM REVENUE TOURISM MASTER PLAN TOURISM DEVELOPMENT TOURISM OPERATIONS CONSERVATION SOCIETY ECOTOURISM TOURIST DESTINATION HABITAT DESTRUCTION HOTELS NATURAL RESOURCE INTERNATIONAL TOURIST ARRIVALS PRIVATE LAND CONSERVATION POACHING TRADITION HOLIDAY DESTINATIONS CULTURAL TRAVEL TOURIST ATTRACTIONS ENTRY FEES RESTAURANTS WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT AREAS BUILDING INVESTMENTS WILDLIFE AUTHORITY NATIONAL PARK HOTEL NEGATIVE IMPACTS HERITAGE SITE
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Africa | Tanzania
2015-09-24T18:10:44Z | 2015-09-24T18:10:44Z | 2015-09

Tourism provides a robust stream of revenues for the country, with benefits that reverberate widely through the economy. The sector generates the bulk of exports for the country. As a relatively labor-intensive sector, tourism serves as a robust source of good quality jobs in the country, with the potential to alleviate poverty. This report explores the contribution, the potential, and the challenges that confront the sector. It briefly describes the structure of the sector in Tanzania and compares it to some of its closest competitors in Sub-Saharan Africa. It identifies the limits and opportunities of current policy priorities through a series of integrated economic-biological models and suggests alternative strategies for growth and development of the industry. It begins with a brief overview of the sector and then explores alternative development paths for the sector - one which focuses on the established northern circuit and the other which explores the opportunities and constraints of diversifying tourism into the southern circuit, especially in the Ruaha landscape.

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