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The common thread of these frameworks is a continuum of recreation or tourism opportunities ranging from primitive settings and experiences to developed settings and experiences. Management interventions differ according to location along the spectrum. 1 represents this continuum in the form of concentric circles, extending from a primitive core zone through an intermediate frontcountry buffer zone to an outer developed zone (Ceballos-Lascurain, 1996, p. 184). Environmental impacts of mass tourism are predominantly caused by infrastructure and facility development within the outer developed zone, where activities are often based on human-made attractions such as resorts and theme parks (Fig.