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Protected areas as attractions


, : Protected areas as attractions. Annals of Tourism Research 34(4): 839-854

This study explores protected areas as attractions and their influence on tourists' behaviour. The importance of differing protection status (national parks, world heritage sites, and biosphere reserves) is discussed. Data come from surveys conducted in protected areas in the Swedish mountain region. The results show that protection status matters to tourists, and it affects the decision to visit the area, but to a variable degree among the study sites.

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DOI: 10.1016/j.annals.2007.03.011


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