Landscape basics of the information systems organization of recreation tourist resources of the Carpathian national nature park


  • I. Olenych Ivan Bobersky Lviv State University of Physical Culture
Keywords: Carpathian National Nature Park; recreational tourism resources; GIS-technologies; recreation; nature conservancy; tourism.

Abstract

The territory of the Carpathian National Nature Park studied and described by us is located on the lands of Yaremche district and Verkhovyna district of Ivano-Frankivsk region, which are divided into 12 Nature Conservation Research Branch (NCRB) previously called forestry areas. This article deals with the economic activity organization within the National Nature Park, considering the values and features of natural systems and objects. The differentiated regime for the protection, improvement and utilization of natural systems and objects based on land-use planning proving that the Carpathian NNP is a traditionally recreational national park in terms of the functional zones ratio is also being established. The main functional area in the national park is the area of controlled recreation and other users’ lands are included into the economic zone. The territorial structure of the Carpathian NNP fully complies with international and domestic requirements aimed at ensuring proper conditions for the recreation and tourism development in national parks. The controlled recreation area provides for short-term rest and health recreation of the population, as well as visiting of especially picturesque and memorable places. The given zone allows to arrange and properly develop the tourist routes and environmental trails, but at the same time it provides for several prohibitions. The stationary recreation area, which is intended for the arrangement of the hotels, motels, camping-sites, and other service objects for the park visitors, plays a significant role in the organization of recreational and tourist activity of the Carpathian NNP. The economic zone of the Carpathian NNP also plays an important role in the arrangement of recreational and tourism activity, which includes the economic activities aimed at fulfilling the tasks assigned to the par; it includes the settlements, communal objects of the park, as well as lands of other landowners and land users who carry out their economic activities in compliance with the general requirements for environmental protection.

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2020-03-23
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Olenych, I. (2020). Landscape basics of the information systems organization of recreation tourist resources of the Carpathian national nature park. Fundamental and Applied Researches in Practice of Leading Scientific Schools, 37(1), 34-41. Retrieved from https://farplss.org/index.php/journal/article/view/670