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Beyond the rhetoric of visitor management in transboundary protected areas: the case of Peneda-Geres



Beyond the rhetoric of visitor management in transboundary protected areas: the case of Peneda-Geres



International Journal of Tourism Research 6(6): 381-395



Although the objectives for transboundary protected areas are often clear, in practice the development and management of these areas, particularly for tourism, are complex. Often explained, in part, by cultural and political differences evident among border partners, this complexity adds to the challenge of managing these often pristine natural areas for tourism.

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DOI: 10.1002/jtr.490


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