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Development Model of  Synergistic Sustainable Marine Ecotourism (Case Study in Pangandaran Region, West Java Province, Indonesia)

Version 1 : Received: 13 November 2018 / Approved: 15 November 2018 / Online: 15 November 2018 (05:51:15 CET)

How to cite: Nurhayati, A.; Aisah, I.; Supriatna, A.K. Development Model of  Synergistic Sustainable Marine Ecotourism (Case Study in Pangandaran Region, West Java Province, Indonesia). Preprints 2018, 2018110346 (doi: 10.20944/preprints201811.0346.v1). Nurhayati, A.; Aisah, I.; Supriatna, A.K. Development Model of  Synergistic Sustainable Marine Ecotourism (Case Study in Pangandaran Region, West Java Province, Indonesia). Preprints 2018, 2018110346 (doi: 10.20944/preprints201811.0346.v1).

Abstract

Coastal areas in the South Coast of West Java Province have the potential to develop marine ecotourism, one of which is the Pangandaran area which must be transferred into economic value by not damaging natural resources. Marine ecotourism development is not only intended to raise foreign exchange for local governments, but are also expected to play a role in maintaining natural resources sustainably. This research aims to analyze the sustainable synergistic marine ecotourism development model. The method used in this research using quantitative descriptive method. The Quantitative descriptive method is used to describe the general condition of the research area, using primary and secondary data. The technique of taking respondents using accidental sampling as many as 50 respondents consisting of tourists, public figures, fishermen who have side jobs as a provider of marine ecotourism services. The analysis tool used is through a Rapfish model approach to measuring the synergistic model of sustainable development of marine ecotourism. Based on the results of a research on a sustainable synergistic marine ecotourism development model by measuring the ecological dimensions of environmental services in high conditions, the economic dimension of marine ecotourism is in moderate condition. Marine ecotourism technology in low conditions and social dimensions of marine ecotourism in low conditions. Model development of sustainable marine ecotourism synergistic with regard to the dimension of environmental, economic and social institutions should be able to form integrated from infrastructure to support marine ecotourism up to raise the level of income of fishermen who have a second job as a marine ecotourism providers. The infrastructure and regulatory dimensions are recommended to use the technology information to promote marine ecotourism optimally and regulations need to make marine ecotourism zoning rules and infrastructure improvements.

Subject Areas

marine ecotourism; coastal areas; fishermen; development models; sustainable

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