Assessment of Geo-Tourism Structure in Bojnoord City Sustainable Tourism Development


  • Pegah Kharazian



Nowadays, issues such as population growth, gradual reduction of natural resources, increasing pollution, unbalanced distribution in resources, the crisis of ecological conservation, urbanization growth and increasing human awareness are as a result of social changes in human life. Even changes in the attitude of people toward the trip phenomenon lead to several changes in this industry. The concept of ecotourism, geo-tourism, geo-park and sustainable tourism represent the evolution of ideas, including new solutions that will meet the modern world's needs with valued targets in its plan. The emphasis of this article is on morphological characteristics in line with sustainable development goals and ecological resources protection of the region to attract certain tourists through the identification and introducing the potential attraction of the area. Analytical and experimental research methods are based on statistical data, quantitative analysis methods and data collection methods in library and field methods. This case study (Bojnoord city) presents comprehensive image about geomorphological attractions of Bojnoord city. The results indicated that through the internal and external processes of land phenomena, beautiful landscapes such as anticlines, synclines, straits and erosional forms, springs, waterfalls, peaks and valleys with special and unique effects can attract tourists in different ages and educational levels in different seasons of the year.


Keywords:  Geo-tourism, Ecotourism, Geo-parks, Sustainable tourism, Bojnoord city




How to Cite

Kharazian, P. (2015). Assessment of Geo-Tourism Structure in Bojnoord City Sustainable Tourism Development. European Journal of Sustainable Development, 4(2), 175.