Destination Development


Before a destination can plan for the future, it must understand its assets, the target visitors, and potential areas for growth.

Through our preliminary analysis, we identify new business and tourism opportunities in the country. 

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Destination Assessment

People travel for a variety of reasons—to explore, to relax, to experience other cultures. But at the core of that experience lies the destination.

We conduct in-depth evaluation including site survey, feasibility study, natural environment study and engage with local stakeholders before creating the masterplan.

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Tourism Masterplan

EACANTA’s master plans provide a comprehensive look at all of the destination’s assets, where are the biggest opportunities for growth, what are the main roadblocks, and how can they be overcome. The strategy is created with a blend of in-depth research and personal consultation with local businesses, government officials, and residents.

We will then come up with a conceptual plan to develop that area into an attractive tourism destination.


Conservation Planning

Sustainable tourism presents an opportunity to develop local economies dependent upon the preservation of natural resources rather than their extraction, and to align the interests of protected area managers with communities and tourism industry representatives.

We develop a comprehensive understanding of the direct and indirect threats to biodiversity at a site, with a focus on the human socio-economic conditions that often lead to environmental degradation such as lack of economic alternatives, awareness, and industry standards. This assessment is done in close collaboration with our conservation partners.


Route Development

The flow of people in and around a destination presents an important opportunity to enhance tourism’s ability to generate significant economic impact, especially in rural and remote destinations.

EACANTA develops circuits and routes by bringing together a network of stakeholders—including the government, associations, local communities and the private sectors—to work together and cooperate effectively in order to market and conserve the destination.

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