Tanja Lagoon Case Study

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3 Main Points –

Tanja Lagoon follows the majority of the ecotourism principles. However, these the biggest three are -
1. Tanja Lagoon involves education among all parties - local communities, government, nongovernmental organizations, industry, and tourists (before, during, and after the trip).
2. Tanja Lagoon plays an active role in conserving the natural resources, which provide the visitors their experience.
3. Tanja Lagoon promotes moral and ethical responsibilities and behaviors towards the natural and cultural environment, by all players.

A Green Australian Getaway

Tanja Lagoon Camp Glamping “Call it ‘eco-fashion’ if you like, but I think it’s just common sense.” said by Livia Firth, Founder of Eco Age and the Green Carpet Challenge. Tanja Lagoon believes in just that – common sense. Why
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One of the most important messages Tanja gives is to respect for nature comes at a cost. Tanja Lagoon works with local craftsmen and use local timber (most of it milled on site) for all the hardwood in the decks and building. However, they have a firm understanding that while there are plenty of trees to use, they are limited and must be cautious about their usage of such resources. If they take too many trees away, it will ruin the experience for the visitors and conflict with their mission statement.
Appreciating The Environment
Lastly, Tanja Lagoon promotes moral, ethical responsibilities and behaviors towards the natural and cultural environment, by all players. Tanja Lagoon knows that it’s in the business to promote appreciation towards the environment. By doing so, they limit themselves for growth. While they want to educate as many tourists as possible, they will only develop a total of six safari tents for lodging. They have four currently. This respects the boundaries of surrounding wildlife and keeps nature calling.
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