Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park: Victoria Falls MJ Matson Eli Powell Lizzie Mitchell.


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Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park: Victoria Falls MJ Matson Eli Powell Lizzie Mitchell Slide 2 Where Are We? Slide 3 Site Description Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park Zambezi River forms the border between Zambia to the North and Zimbabwe to the South 5,604 ft wide, just over a mile and drops 306 ft forming the largest sheet of water in the world UNESCO Worlds Heritage site Slide 4 Goals 1.Maintain World Heritage Status 2.Restructure infrastructure of the park service 3.Make all activities within the park sustainable 4.Transform the Resort into a sustainable eco- resort 5.Work with the community for a more cohesive and accepted plan Slide 5 Market Allocentric or FIT travelers. Integrated sustainable mass tourists Slide 6 Sense of Place One of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World Energetic Atmosphere Gateway Community Culture and History Slide 7 Destination Planning Activities and Adventures in and around the falls Accommodation Park Service Infrastructure Slide 8 Community Planning Education program for upstream communities Outreach education program School programs Adult seminars Job training Tour operator Slide 9 Sustainable Practices Accommodation (LEED certified) Tour Operators (STEP certified) Railroad System/Reduce Cars Helicopter Removal In park facilities Craft Market Slide 10 Design Techniques Resort Size Transportation Local Employment Composting Toilets and Solar Panels Slide 11 Slide 12 Slide 13