Sustaining Natural-tourism’s Competitiveness in Cianjur District

S. H. Hengky

Abstract


Two botanicals garden with an area of 200.99 hectares become a lung of 48.68 million inhabitants on the island of West Java. The existence of the botanical garden is a natural tourist attraction for local residents. This study observes the performance of the environment-based botanical garden. In addition, questionnaires were collected whose purpose was to examine the extent of the attractiveness of natural tourism in the views and ratings of tourists that would, were, and after traveling. Which part is the main attraction of nature tourism? This qualitative - quantitative research was conducted for a year in in Cianjur District. Sampling is made randomly and purposively. In addition a focus group discussion was conducted involving a number of important stakeholders involved in this nature tourism.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/emsd.v9i1.16044

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