Explorations in Ecotourism: Coastal Treasures


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Are you an explorer at heart? Do you like to see, experience and learn about the natural and cultural wonders of special places, whether by putting your boots on the ground or from the comforts of your easy chair? Then this course is for you. More than just a travelogue, this course will introduce you to the concept of ecotourism as well as some of the management challenges confronting special places such as parks, heritage sites and fragile landscapes. You’ll also learn about the plants, wildlife and geography of these places. These sessions focus on the Great Bear Rainforest, Pacific Rim National Park, Johnstone Strait and Blackfish Sound, CRD Parks and a few of the small “pocket” parks scattered throughout the municipalities of Greater Victoria.

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