Journal of Tourism Challenges and Trends

Articles from Vol. 6, No. 1, June

Corporate Social Responsibility in the Tourism Industry. Lessons from Communities Surrounding Great Zimbabwe Monuments
Introduction The study aims at unpacking the political economy associated with vibrant tourism industries in communities surrounding Great Zimbabwe monuments. This study examines two phenomena that have been popular in development discourse: tourism...
Enforcing Sustainability Principles in Tourism Via Creative Tourism Development
Introduction The importance of sustainability principles has been increasingly recognized in science and politics as the world is faced with several economic, environmental and social challenges. The appearance of a new type of economy, which is...
Nature-Based Tourism as an Introduction to Ecotourism Experience-A New Approach
Introduction Contemporary tourists are becoming more and more demanding and they are still looking for something new, exciting and unusual. It is not enough to attract them to some, even very valuable places, it is also necessary to create activities...
The Impact of Creativity and Innovation in the Hospitality Industry on Customers
Introduction Innovation--as an expression of human creativity and lateral thinking--is not the result of economic development, but rather the source of sustainable economic and social progress (Collins & Fahy, 2011). Baden-Fuller and Stopford...
Tourism Practices and Approaches for Its Development in the Uttarakhand Himalaya, India
Introduction The Uttarakhand Himalaya (UH) is well known for its natural, adventurer, and pilgrimage tourism. The hill towns mainly Mussoorie, Nainital, Almora, and Ranikhet and the highland sacral pilgrimages--Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri, and...
Web-Based Platform for Enhancing Tourism Development: An Exploratory Study
Introduction Tourism has emerged as one of the major industries in the world economy. In 2011, it contributed almost 4.5 trillion [euro] to the world global economy, or 9% of global gross domestic product (GDP). 100 million direct jobs and 500 billion...
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