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Subject Domain (in DDC) Computer science, information & general works ♦ Data processing & computer science
Subject Keyword National Park ♦ Inclusive Service ♦ Tourism Sustainability ♦ Contract Model ♦ Unstable Factor ♦ Fee Simple System ♦ Annual Level ♦ Natural Resource ♦ Ad Hoc Guest ♦ Service User ♦ National Park Management ♦ Protected Zone ♦ Certain Situation ♦ Mentioned Model ♦ Timesharing Contract Model ♦ Entire Service Package ♦ Tourist Object ♦ Boat Excursion ♦ Timesharing Contract ♦ Paper Deal
Abstract Abstract: The paper deals with multidisciplinary (economic, socio-cultural and legal) analysis of tourism sustainability in national parks through the conclusion of the timesharing contract with special (all inclusive) services provided by national parks. National parks might apply the timesharing contract model for achieving tourism sustainability by building tourist objects (villas and apartments) on the outskirts of national parks (areas outside the protected zone) providing timesharing service users with services that national parks offer through their natural resources. Such a timesharing contract with “all inclusive ” services should be primarily concluded by means of the right to use system, in which the owner or the proprietor would be a person in charge of the national park management and the user a person who takes advantage of the entire service package once in a year (from the timesharing accommodation to services such as photo-safari, boat excursions, cycling trails, etc.) or sub-leases his own facility and pertaining package of services. In such a process it is very important that the mentioned model pays attention to maintain the number of such guests on the annual level in a national park, while ad hoc guests remain, from the point of view of tourism sustainability, a variable, that is, an unstable factor. In certain situations even the fee simple system of
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