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Tourism is having a major impact on Lyndhurst (a honeypot site) in the New Forest”

In this study we will discover and determine whether Lyndhurst is a honeypot site. We will carry out our investigation and we will discover whether tourism is having a negative impact or positive impact on Lyndhurst. This equates to 25% of our final GCSE grade. We will carry out a series of investigation’s supporting us in determining whether Lyndhurst is a honeypot site or whether tourism is having a negative impact or positive impact.
Tourism can be divided into many categories, sates and terms and can be recreational, leisure or business reasons. A honeypot is a particularly popular visitor attraction which Mass tourism is a form of tourism that involves tens of thousands of people going to the same resort often at the same time of year. It is the most popular form of tourism attracts tourists (and sometimes locals) in large numbers, environmental, social and economic impacts in tourism can in a sense be linked into together and the state of e.g. the economy of a town or how many tourists visit can affect a town for the future. However this is not the case with Lyndhurst. Sustainable tourism is tourism attempting to make as low an impact on the environment and local culture as possible, while helping to generate future employment for local people. Local people can often be threatened by tourist or tourism. Damage to the landscape: litter, erosion, fires, disturbance to livestock, vandalism Local goods can become expensive because tourists will pay more, Shops stock products for tourists and not everyday goods needed by local, Demand for holiday homes makes housing too expensive for local people. These…