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Seminar 4: CBT and tour operating (with a focus on channels)
Possible discussion questions:
1. What are the experiences that add value?
2. Are there any tourism experiences that reduce impacts?
3. Which experiences stimulate the local economy?
4. Which experiences empower people?
Also consult the handbooks that are given in the main section on this theme.
Affiliate Members Global Report, Volume 4 - Global Report on Food Tourism by
Publication Date: 2012
Tourists are attracted to local produce and many destinations are centring their product development and marketing accordingly. With food so deeply connected to its origin, this focus allows destinations to market themselves as truly unique and appealing to those travellers who look to feel part of their destination through its flavours. The report analyses the current situation of Food Tourism, through a survey of the UNWTO Affiliate Members as well as the reflections of professionals with extensive experience in international organizations, destination management, tourism companies and the training schools.
Don't be a backpacker. Be a trashpacker by
Publication Date: 2018, July 15
It’s no secret that Southeast Asia has a serious litter problem. More and more backpackers are coming back from their travels telling their friends: ‘Yeah, it was beautiful, but it was such a shame about the garbage everywhere!’
Community Tourism in Thailand