Development of the "Malaganti" Ecotourism Village Planning Instrument as a Biology and Conservation Village through Empowering Local Communities as Conservation Cadres [Pengembangan Instrumen Perencanaan Kampung Ekowisata “Malaganti” sebagai Kampung Biologi dan Konservasi melalui Pemberdayaan Masyarakat Lokal sebagai Kader Konservasi

Rinaldi Rizal Putra, Vita Meylani, Diki M. Chaidir

Abstract


Development and construction of regional economy based on ecotourism is one of the efforts to develop the region through the tourism sector, which not only presents natural tourist charm that still natural but also contributes to environmental conservation. Malaganti is one of the hamlets located in Sukaharja Village, Sariwangi District, Tasikmalaya Regency, which has the potential to be developed into an ecotourism area. Considering the location of Malaganti is located in a hilly area and has a spring, so this location is suitable to be used as a "Village of Biology and Conservation". The problems that arise for the management of ecotourism in this area include the limited availability of qualified human resources in managing the area and the lack of instruments to analyze the potential of the region to be used as ecotourism. The approach used in the implementation of this activity is participatory rural appraisal (PRA), using methods of training, brainstorming, and demonstration. The results obtained from the community service activities are that local communities can analyze their territory for developing ecotourism through developed instruments. The results of the analysis can be used as the basis for developing ecotourism in Malaganti Hamlet, in addition to building conservation cadres Human Resources.

Keywords


Ecotourism; Village of Biology and Conservation; Malaganti; Cadre of Conservation

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.30874/comdev.2018.454

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