O Quadro Conceitual do Lago Oussudu: um Hotspot Turístico Sustentável em Pondicherry

Autores

  • Ramyasri Guest Lecturer in Tagore Govt. Arts and Science College, Puducherry (India)

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.34019/2448-198X.2021.v7.35345

Palavras-chave:

Sustainable Tourism, Sustainable Management, Tourism, Tourism Planning, Ecotourism

Resumo

Pondicherry é um dos principais destinos turísticos da Índia e muitos turistas de todo o mundo chegam aqui todos os anos para saborear sua cultura e herança únicas e visitar seus muitos pontos turísticos, dentre os quais destaca-se o emergente atrativo turístico Lago Oussudu. Este lago possui destaque por sua porção de água doce, beleza cênica e variedade de mais de 190 de pássaros ao longo do ano. Estudos anteriores discutiram o ecossistema de zonas úmidas, ecoturismo e o tipo de disponibilidade de biodiversidade no terminal, mas deixaram de lado o conceito de turismo sustentável. Este estudo analisa as principais questões do lago e fornece uma estratégia abrangente para impulsionar o destino como um hotspot de turismo sustentável. A pesquisa dá uma ideia clara sobre o Lago Oussudu, seus recursos, ameaças e como o local pode se tornar sustentável para as gerações futuras, preservando e conservando seus recursos ecológicos e biológicos; e também sugere que isso só pode ser alcançado com a coordenação e cooperação das pessoas da comunidade local, stakeholders, Organizações Não-Governamentais e, mais significativamente, preparando o turista para ser ambiental e socialmente responsável pelo destino. Uma gestão eficaz com um processo de planejamento contínuo é necessária para o desenvolvimento sustentável do destino.

Palavras-chave: Turismo Sustentável, Gestão Sustentável, Turismo, Planejamento Turístico, Ecoturismo.

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Biografia do Autor

Ramyasri, Guest Lecturer in Tagore Govt. Arts and Science College, Puducherry (India)

Part –Time PhD  Research scholar in Dr. MGR educational and Research institution (Pursuing, 2020 batch), Chennai, Tamilnadu, India. MBA Tourism, Pondicherry University (2012-2014 batch), Puducherry, India. Working as Guest Lecturer in Tagore Govt. Arts and Science College, Puducherry, India. Subjects of interest: areas: leisure Tourism, Responsible Tourism, Sustainable Tourism. ORCID : https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3857-7433 [ ramyasri101289@gmail.com ]

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2021-10-05

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Ramyasri. (2021). O Quadro Conceitual do Lago Oussudu: um Hotspot Turístico Sustentável em Pondicherry. Revista Latino-Americana De Turismologia, 7(Single). https://doi.org/10.34019/2448-198X.2021.v7.35345

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