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Republic of Madagascar : Tourism Sector Study

ACCOMMODATION ACCOMMODATION UNITS ADVENTURE TRAVEL AIR TRAVEL AIRLINES BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY BIOSPHERE RESERVE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT CITIES COASTAL ZONE COMMUNITY TOURISM CONSERVATION CONSERVATION INTERNATIONAL CRUISE CRUISE DESTINATIONS CRUISE LINES CRUISE TOURISM CULTURAL RESOURCES DEFORESTATION DESTINATIONS ECONOMIC GROWTH ECOTOURISM ENVIRONMENT TOURISM ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION FISHING FOREIGN VISITORS GROWTH OF TOURISM HOTEL INDUSTRY HOTEL MANAGERS HOTEL OPERATORS HOTELS IMPACT OF TOURISM IMPACTS OF TOURISM INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS INTERNATIONAL HOTEL INTERNATIONAL TOUR OPERATORS INTERNATIONAL TOURISM LAND ACQUISITION LOCAL TOUR OPERATORS MASTER PLANNING NATIONAL PARK NATIONAL PARKS NATURAL ASSETS NATURAL BEAUTY NATURAL RESOURCE NATURAL RESOURCES NATURE TOURISM NEGATIVE SOCIAL IMPACTS NUMBER OF TOURISTS NUMBERS OF TOURISTS PASSENGERS POOR TOURISM PRESERVATION PRIVATE RESERVES PROTECTED AREAS REGIONAL TOURISM RESPONSIBLE TOURISM SAFARIS SCUBA DIVING SERVICE SECTORS SERVICES SOCIAL INCLUSION SUSTAINABILITY TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER TOUR OPERATORS TOURISM TOURISM ASSETS TOURISM COUNCIL TOURISM DEVELOPMENT TOURISM INDUSTRY TOURISM INITIATIVES TOURISM MANAGEMENT TOURISM MARKET TOURISM OPERATIONS TOURISM ORGANIZATION TOURISM POLICY TOURISM POTENTIAL TOURISM PRODUCT TOURISM SATELLITE ACCOUNT TOURISM SECTOR TOURIST TOURIST AREAS TOURIST ARRIVALS TOURIST DESTINATIONS TOURIST NUMBERS TOURIST SERVICES TOURISTS TOURS TRANSPARENCY TRANSPORT SECTOR TRAVEL INDUSTRY WORLD TOURISM WORLD TOURISM ORGANISATION WORLD TOURISM ORGANIZATION TOURISM DEVELOPMENT BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION CULTURAL ASPECTS OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ECONOMIC ASPECTS INFRASTRUCTURE ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS HOTEL INDUSTRY TOURISM MANAGEMENT EMPLOYMENT GENERATION FOREIGN EXCHANGE TAXATION GOVERNMENT POLICIES CULTURE POVERTY PRIVATE SECTOR DEVELOPMENT BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT ROAD NETWORKS EDUCATION TRAINING ACTIVITY CLIMATE
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Africa | Madagascar
2013-07-30T21:33:58Z | 2013-07-30T21:33:58Z | 2003-11

Madagascar has an impressive array of biodiversity, natural beauty and cultural resources to support tourism. Surprisingly, of the 200,000 visitors the island per year, only about 60,000 come expressly for tourism, the rest traveling for other reasons but which could include some tourism activity. Madagascar has the potential to welcome many more tourists if the sector's growth is well planned in a broad, multi-sectoral way - focusing on economic aspects, infrastructure and environmental and social concerns, particularly for community participation. This report sets outs a program for equitable development of the sector and evaluates the opportunities for growth and the barriers that currently block progress. The report features a survey of hotels and other tourism establishments. The report recommends a comprehensive master planning program and action program.

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