• I Gede Yudi Wisnawa Jurusan Survey & Pemetaan, Fakultas Hukum dan Ilmu Sosial, Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha


Travelers tend to travel no longer as mass tourism, but the small group that had the motive to hold special interest tourism activities are known by the term "ecotourism". The main objective of this study is to disseminate research findings in the first year on the design potential of ecotourism in region Titab dam as well as efforts to improve the institutionalization of community organizations that are governing the use of local public services in the nature tourism activities in the area of the dam Titab.This research was conducted by taking the location in the Regional Area Plan Titab dam that still belongs namely to the Regional Unit Sungai Bali Penida is Tukad / Saba River with extensive watershed at the dam site is of 69.54 km2 with 25 km length of the river. The main research approach used is a quantitative approach and qualitative, so that the main data is both quantitative and qualitative. Quantitative analysis is the percentage used in tabulation and analysis of the map, while the qualitative analysis in the form of feasibility analysis of potential institutional management of ecotourism in the area of research. The potential of ecotourism in the Titab dam area can be developed in several spot locations, such as by utilizing the dam lane as a tracking path for pedestrians along the green belt of trees; development of camping ground that can accommodate tourists to stay overnight while still able to enjoy the atmosphere of the outdoors; agrotourism areas of grape or guava crops; agroforestry area around the dam absorption area. Increasing institutional capacity of ecotourism implementation should pay attention to the principles of community empowerment through the acceleration of the structural adjustment process.

How to Cite
WISNAWA, I Gede Yudi. PEMETAAN POTENSI EKOWISATA DI KAWASAN DAERAH RENCANA BENDUNGAN TITAB, BULELENG.. Seminar Nasional Riset Inovatif, [S.l.], v. 5, p. 275-283, nov. 2017. Available at: <>. Date accessed: 27 june 2019.