Aim is to create a distribution portal, a ‘One Voice’ approach, for marketing community tourism internationally and showcasing its local and global impact.
First country in the world to ask visitors to sign declaration in passports to protect its environment and culture for next generation.
Goal is to create guidelines that can be used by any travel company wishing to offer experiences with indigenous communities.
Recipients are groups and individuals statewide who are dedicated to strengthen the enduring qualities that distinguish the islands as a place to live and visit.
Updates range from accommodations, access, things to do, volunteering, info on the relief efforts, and responses to frequently asked questions
Sammy Wilson, chairman of the park board, explains why his people have decided to ban the climb outright. (in English and Pitjantjatjara)
Scheme proposes that tourism projects will evolve through locally generated discussions at the grass- roots level and with local bodies.
Travindy shares the stories that can transform tourism into a force for good. if you’ve a story that can help this happen, we’d love to hear from you
Ecoclub discuss leadership in local communities development through nature and cultural tourism with the Clombian sustainable tourism expert
Signatories to the declaration “envision a future where walking, cycling, and shared transport are how the majority of citizens move around our cities.”
Airbnbis to expand a pilot programme – which is especially targeted at women and young people from underserved communities – to township communities across South Africa
New programme will include an online platform for the marketing of the village products and a directory of skilled workers and artisans
Crete planned to be a showcase for sustainable catering, with focus of the project on the two main products of Crete – wine and olive oil – and ecological cultivation and processing methods.
The report documents opposition to and community divisions over land acquisition for 25 airports at various stages of planning, construction and expansion.
Indigenous tourism can offer opportunities to foster reconciliation, using tourism to bridge the cultural divides and create better futures by sharing culture, knowledge and country.
The winners of the international tourism prize presented each year at ITB Berlin share their tips on how to engage local communities in sustainable tourism.
From game lodges to airport hotels, Soouth Africa has many accommodation providers who have implemented sustainable tourism practices in their business operations.
If significant gains are going to be made in developing sustainable tourism, nations must put in place systems that will contribute to ending tourism as we know it, argues Judy Kepher-Gona. Focus must shift to ethical people engagement.