雅思作文7分范文:去偏远地区旅游越来越受欢迎

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内容摘要:组织去偏远地区和社区的旅游越来越受欢迎。这对当地的人民和环境是积极的还是消极的发展?这样的雅思写作如何写?一起来石家庄朗阁教育学习吧。
Organizing tours to remote places and communities is becoming more and more popular. Is it a positive or negative development for the local people and environment?
 
题目大意
 
组织去偏远地区和社区的旅游越来越受欢迎。这对当地的人民和环境是积极的还是消极的发展?
 
写作思路解析
 
对环境产生了消极影响,但对于当地居民的影响是积极的
对于到偏远地区和社区旅游的流行会给当地人带来什么,人们的看法大相径庭。倡导者认为这是一种就业机会和产生立竿见影效益的手段;旅游业作为第三产业最大的组成部分之一,激活了包括增值资本投资、就业和税收贡献在内的一系列经济措施。也有人认为,它的经济影响可能是不确定的,旅游不断干扰着当地人的日常生活。那些看似因为旅游业而繁荣的行业,比如餐饮服务或住宿,也是为居民服务的,这使得很难找到任何可靠或可信的信息来估计旅游业对偏远地区和居民的贡献。但游客确实成为了一个问题,特别是当居民发现自己被到处的外来者占据时;他们不愿在公共场所、商店、餐馆甚至前门看到这么多陌生人。
 
然而,人们很容易就旅游业对当地社区环境的深刻负面影响达成共识,他们一直担心广泛的旅游活动会对生态造成破坏。一旦这些地区,特别是那些脆弱的地区,被改造成旅游胜地,自然资源和现代设施的入侵之间就会出现冲突:森林可能不得不让位于山区酒店的建设;河流可能会被迫改道,以便进行水上交通。这真的不是全部,直到人们发现,在某些依赖第一产业谋生的偏远地方,传统的生存体系面临挑战-很明显,当人们知道自己在几周内为旅行者搬运比在田里工作一年赚得更多后,他们会选择做什么;农田可能会变得荒芜。这也被认为是沙漠化的一个可能原因。
 
虽然一些偏远地方的环境会受到负面影响,但我认为旅游业是改变当地人生活的一种有贡献的方式。无论接受与否,当被那些愿意为在特定地点看到新奇事物付费的人所知道时,这些地区就会繁荣起来。作为一种恰当的方式,大多数旅游行为都尊重当地人的文化和传统,前者肯定会通过公众宣传的方式为后者提供一个发展的空间。
 
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高分写作示范
 
Travel has existed since the beginning of time, when primitive men set out, traversing great distances for food and clothing, for the possibility of finding a better habitat. Tourism in the mass form as we know it today is a distinctly twenty-century phenomenon; it usually means the major new industry that both provides opportunities but also becomes the concerns of many world governments. 
 
Opinions vary largely among people regarding what the popularity of touring to remote places and communities could bring to the local people. Advocators see this as an employment opportunity and a means of producing immediate benefits; as one of the largest segments of the tertiary industry, tourism activates a chain of economic measures including the value-added capital investment, employment, and tax contributions. There are also people holding that its economic impact may be uncertain and the tours are constantly interrupting the daily life of local people. The industries that seemingly prosper because of tourism in those places, like the food services or the accommodations also serve the residents, which makes it difficult to develop any type of reliable or credible information to estimate the contributions tourism has made to remote places and residents. But visitors truly become a problem, notably when the inhabitants find themselves fully occupied by the outsiders everywhere; they are reluctant to see so many strangers in public places, shops, restaurants or even, their front gates. 
 
However, people may easily reach a consensus on the profound negative effects of tourism on the environment of the local communities; they are consistently worrying about the ecological damage due to a wide range of tourism activities. Once the regions, especially those fragile ones, are reconstructed into tourist resorts, conflicts emerge between the natural resources and the invasion of modern facilities: forests may have to give way to the construction of mountain hotels; rivers may be forced to reroute for the water communication. That is truly not the whole story until people have found that the traditional survival system faces challenges in certain remote places which rely their living on the primary industry—it is obvious what people would opt to do after knowing they can earn more in a few weeks working as porters for visitors than in a year working in the fields; farmlands may probably lay waste. This is also considered as one possible reason for desertification.  
 
While the environment of some remote places would be negatively affected, I would consider tourism as a contributive way of changing the lives of local people. Those regions prosper when they are widely known by others who are willing to pay for seeing what is novel in a particular location. As a proper way, most visits respect the cultures and traditions of the locals, and the former surely provides a scope for the latter to develop by propagandizing it to the public.