The ecotourism market is predicted to achieve a valuation of US$ 17 Bn in 2021 and is likely to rise at a CAGR of 15% during the forecast period, starting in 2021, according to a recent analysis by Future Market Insights (FMI).
According to FMI, the education sector will have a big impact on the expansion of the ecotourism industry. To ensure that organizations interpret cultural, resource management, and environmental values effectively, there is a relationship between education and ecotourism.
Ecotourism education focuses on studying and learning in a way that individually incorporates eco-tourism in a pleasurable and exciting way, rather than just one method of knowledge or information transfer.
Students and learners have a fantastic opportunity to improve personally and professionally while also learning and gaining information through ecotourism. Students’ future involvement in environmental and other social concerns may be influenced by the principles it helps instill in them.
Various steps are being taken by governments all around the world to support visitor safety and security. By increasing the number of visitors from tourists all over the world, the provision for greater security to protect the safety of tourists is expanding the reach of tourism.
Key Takeaways from the Ecotourism Market Study
- North America, Europe, East Asia, and Oceania among others are the top-visited destinations for ecotourism.
- The United States, the United Kingdom, China, and Australia among others are the most popular countries in the ecotourism market.
- The demand for ecotourism will be higher among people aged between 26 years and 35 years.
- Natural and wildlife ecotourism demand will rise considerably in the coming years.
- UAE will emerge as a popular ecotourism destination backed by favorable government initiatives.
Global Ecotourism Market by Category
- Nature & Wildlife
By Tour Type:
- Independent Traveler
- Tour Group
- Package Traveler
By Tourist Type:
By Consumer Orientation:
By Age Group:
- 15-25 Years
- 26-35 Years
- 36-45 Years
- 46-55 Years
- 56-65 Years
- 66-75 Years
- North America
- Latin America
- East Asia
- South Asia
- the Middle East and Africa