Ecotourism development potential in Sirah Pulau Padang Sub-district reviewed from the community plantation sector. / Potensi Pengembangan Ekowisata Di Kecamatan Sirah Pulau Padang Ditinjau dari Sektor Perkebunan Masyarakat.

Abstract

Each region has the potential to be developed into an ecotourism area. The development of ecotourism in an area can have a large impact on progress in that area. One sector that has the potential to be developed into ecotourism areas is the plantation sector. Sirah Pulau Padang Sub-district has quite extensive plantations. Research needs to be done to see the potential of ecotourism in this area in terms of the community plantation sector. This research was conducted by observing community plantations and their potential for ecotourism development. The results of the study showed that Sirah Pulau Padang Sub-district has the potential to be developed into a seasonal ecotourism area.

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