The aims of this section are that students will:
an appreciation of the impact that tourism can have on a variety of
the importance of tourism for Northern Ireland
that tourism has to be developed in a sustainable manner both within
Northern Ireland and beyond.
the end of this section the students will be able to:
the various factors that have lead to the growth of tourism worldwide.
that tourism can bring advantages as well as major problems to an area.
that tourists to NI come from a wide range of places, and that these
tourists bring significant economic benefits to the region.
that Northern Ireland has a wide range and variety of tourist attractions.
various tourist attractions in Fermanagh
that climate influences the type of tourism found within a region.
that Fermanagh offers a wide range of tourist activities.
the significance of the Marble Arch Caves as a tourist attraction within
how caves in a limestone region are formed - using the Marble Arch Caves
as an example.
that other activities may have a detrimental impact on tourism.
that informed decisions regarding the sustainable nature of the Marble
Arch Caves as a tourist destination have to be made.