By Colin Beard, John Swarbrooke, Suzanne Leckie, Gill Pomfret
Taking a look at the earlier, current and way forward for event tourism, experience Tourism: the hot frontier examines the product, the journey vacationer profile, and matters akin to offer, geography and sustainability. overseas case reports are used to demonstrate those matters, together with: Gorilla observing holidays,Trekking on Mount Everest, Diving vacations, and Outward sure applications. research of the improvement and nature of event tourism accompanies those stories, making sure that the name comes in handy either for undergraduate and postgraduate scholars of tourism and for execs serious about coping with event tourism organisations. there's additionally a significant other web site with extra instances, that are stumbled on at www.bh/com/companions/0750651865.
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It was also something of an adventure for the families left behind, because they had to look after themselves and could never be sure that the men would return at the end of the migration season. Women too have been seasonal work migrants in many countries, particularly in spending time in towns and cities as maids or wet nurses. It is easy to imagine the sense of risk and adventure for a young woman from a closed village community travelling to a major city. Seasonal labour migration is still an important phenomenon today, including everything from fruit pickers in France or California to employees in tourist resorts.
They describe discovery travel in the following way (Muller and Cleaver, 2000; 156): Typically the travel experience is somewhat lengthier than in adventure travel and contains elements that offer self enrichment via exposure to novel places, novel cultures, novel activities and a requirement for the traveller to immerse him/herself in a learning environment provided by the tourism product. 23 Adventure Tourism Addison (2001) supports the role that learning has to play in adventure tourism, and also notes the value of detachment from everyday life in this process: The wilderness and travel to foreign societies may temporarily distance us from ourselves.
2001) is based on tourist drive and motivation. However, this means the same experience, say an overland trip in a four-wheel drive vehicle, could either be regarded as an activity-driven trip if the participant finds the driving activity adventurous, or as a destination-driven trip if the transport is used merely as a means to access a destination that would otherwise be inaccessible. So a number of approaches can be taken to categorizing adventure tourism. It can be based on product categorization, or consumer categorization.