It all depends on the site, and also the exchange rate/cost of living in the destination.
Generally, though, I would say yes. Traditional tourism is a lot more focused on entertainment, which costs more (think…Vegas, Disneyworld). A lot of tourism also centers around big cities, which are more expensive to stay ing (think…visiting New York City to see broadway shows, or Paris to climb the Eiffel Tower).
Eco tourism is by definition, more remote, and focuses on natural beauty. I was looking at going to an “eco-tourist” resort in Cancun, and it costs $44/day to rent an earth cabin for 2 people. The resort features organic, local cuisine and a chemical-free swimming pool (oh also an OCEAN).
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