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Theory and Experience of Managing Tourists Flows in the Kazakh part of the Dzungarian Ala Tau

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Theory and Experience of Managing Tourists Flows in the Kazakh part of the Dzungarian Ala Tau

V.N. Vukolov


Non-material motives of purposeful travel appeared much earlier than material ones. They are more difficult and have eternal prospect for humans. The type of tourism called in science as active is originated from these motives of persons behavior. Tourist travels which are characterized by ways of movement on a route with expenses of tourists own physical efforts are called active. Large-scale use of active travel in the tourist industry of Kazakhstan has global and regional value. The territory of Kazakhstan possesses huge demanded tourist resources for active tourist travel. The biggest part of these resources contains potential for further development and first of all for mountaineering. Parts of the Central, North, West Tien Shan, Altai and Dzungaria entering the territory of the Republic of Kazakhstan belong here. Northern Tien Shan both during the Soviet period and in days of independence was (till 2008) the most popular mountainous area in Kazakhstan for tourists- athletes. However, political instability in Kyrgyzstan compelled the authorities of Kazakhstan to toughen the regime at a frontier. It became impossible to organize tourist campaigns from Kazakhstan to Kyrgyzstan. And the author of the present article has organized expeditions to the Kazakh part of the Dzungarian Ala Tau for several years (in the last two years with state support). By this way the control of active tourism is carried out for development of attractive sports routes and training the managers who know this mountain area. It will allow to redirect tourist streams from Northern Tien Shan to the Dzungarian Ala Tau and not to lose number of potential clients.

Keywords: Control, Tourist Stream, Dzungarian Ala Tau

Volume: 4 | Issue: 1

Pages: 41-51

Paper ID : ERL-101572

Issue Date: June , 2016

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