This book provides readers with interesting viewpoints on the possible directions that tourism might take in the .
Experiences and Stranger Practices. Printed in Great Britain. Tej Vir Singh opens the book with an insightful introduction outlining the. philosophical foundations of the text. The opening sentence, ‘‘he Ulyssean spir-. it of wanderlust seems to have seized today’s tourists, who seek novel experiences. and dream of impossible destinations offering strangers’ practices in unusual hab-. itats’’ (. ), reﬂects his belief that tourism is becoming increasingly specialized.
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Wallingford: CABI Publishing, 2004. Although using the generic term 'tourists', the book mostly deals with better-off Western holiday-goers, with little or no mention of other market segments (.
AUTHOR: Singh, Tej Vir. Year: 2004.
TITLE OF THE BOOK: New horizons in tourism : strange experiences and stranger pra. AUTHOR: Singh, Tej Vir.
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Book DescriptionNew Horizons in Tourism captures the breadth of a new wave of tourism that is becoming more popular worldwide. There is growing demand from tourists for extreme and unusual environments, and amazing and bizarre experiences, ranging from staying in a hotel made of ice to vacationing in space. This volume presents a few out-of-the-ordinary instances of peripheries overtaken by tourism and the experiences they offer, including pro-poor tourism, deep ecotourism, dark tourism, senior tourism, volunteer tourism, and space tourism
The book has 15 chapters and a subject index.
It covers tourism in out-of-the-ordinary environments (space tourism, Antarctic tourism, and adventure/heritage tourism in remote areas); dark tourism; other unconventional forms of tourism such as deep ecotourism and health tourism in salt mines; and other special-interest forms such as pro-poor tourism, senior tourism, and volunteer tourism. The book has 15 chapters and a subject index.
New Horizons in Tourism. Strange Experiences and Stranger Practices (Cabi Publishing). Published November 12, 2004 by CABI. There's no description for this book yet.