Sustainability and Ecotourism study for Peak District National Park

Analysing the opportunity for sustainability and ecotourism at Peak District National Park

Peak District National Park is the largest and first recognized National Park of the united Kingdom. It is spread across an area of 555 square miles (1,438 square kilometres) in size, and covers parts of the counties of Derbyshire, Yorkshire, Staffordshire, and Cheshire. It has terrains like mountains, meadows, moorlands, woods and wetlands which are well protected by the PDNP Authortity.

The project involved analyzing the need for sustainability of the fragile environment while considering it as an opportunity for tourism. This included conducting visitors survey, analyzing growth opportunities, participation of local community and providing recommendations for the growth and development of eco-tourism sector at Castleton.

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Peveril castle
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Stanage at Peak District
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Village at Peak District
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