Evaluation of Community-Based Tourism in Social and Economic Development of Coastal Society in Pandawa Beach, Bali

DOI: https://doi.org/10.21070/semnasfi.v1i1.1119

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(1) * I Made Sindhu Yoga   (Universitas Pendidikan Nasional, Denpasar)  
(2)  Atabuy Frit Elisa Yonce   (Universitas Pendidikan Nasional, Denpasar)  
(3)  Widhi Adnyana Eka Putra   (Universitas Pendidikan Nasional, Denpasar)  
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Pandawa Beach is one of Bali’s tourist destinations, which also has the seaweed economic potential. The goal of this research is to analyze the integration and impact of community-based tourism implementation from village managers, investors, business actors, and local communities. This research utilizes qualitative approach through structured interview with several sources based on purposive sampling and passive observation in the field. The outcomes of the research exhibit that effective implementation of CBT on Pandawa Beach environment has an important influence on the three pillars of sustainability that resulted in an expansion of economic, social and environmental welfares. Changes in income lead to changes in people's lifestyles. Although there is an alteration in socio-economic terms, people still have the common sense to preserve the culture as a value of life by maintaining custom and environment as one of the selling points of tourism in Bali aside from its natural condition.


Community-Based Tourism, Dampak Sosial Ekonomi, Pantai Pandawa

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