Planning for nature tourism - handling the conflict between use and conservation. Hans-Georg Wallentinus Swedish EIA Centre Uppsala. Eco tourism in Nicaragua. Mombacho Volcano
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The number of visitors to Mombacho is rapidly increasing. The carrying capacity is soon reached. After that a restriction must be put on the number of visitors, especially the (noisy?) students, allowed per day. This is similar to national parks in USA.
Sweden has the ”customary law” of the Right of common access to land (since the days of the Vikings) meaning that people are allowed to walk on private properties unless you disturb the people at their homes.
This makes the pressure lower on rural areas in Sweden than in countries where only areas especially allowed for common access are available