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Tourism case study - mass tourism - Jamaica


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1.3 million
visitors in 2001
Tourism
provides the countries second biggest income
220,000
Jamaicans work directly in tourism
8%
This equals 220,000 people in Jamacia
Tourism dependent businesses
These are things such as food production for visitor and other hotel suppliers
80%
Of the tourists are from the USA or UK
14,000
rooms available to tourists in 2001
2
international airports available
Attractions
Culture, blue mountains, beaches and nightlife
Management
Community tourism allows local businesses to flourish, ecotourism in the blue mountains, locals provide tours and B 'n' B's, developing inland tourism, more nature reserves and Historical centres which teach visitors how to treat the wildlife