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The resources of endogenous tourism of the Baikal Region

  • Evstropyeva Oksana
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    This article provides an overview of the ethno-recreational resources and preliminary analysis of the potential for development of endogenous tourism in the Baikal region. The study is based on the up-to-date understanding of the traditional culture and way of life of indigenous people living in the region. An integrated approach is used for the detection and identification of ethno-recreational complexes, which are the objects and phenomena related to the traditions and culture of the peoples around Lake Baikal (Russians, Buryats,Evenks, Tofalars, Soyots).

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    Article provided by Fundatia Amfiteatru in its journal International Journal for Responsible Tourism.

    Volume (Year): 2 (2013)
    Issue (Month): 3 (June)
    Pages: 54-63

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    Handle: RePEc:amf:ijrtfa:v:2:y:2013:i:3:p:54-63
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