The qCommunity Tourism Guideq will lead you to a new type of holiday. Tribal people and rural villagers in Africa, Asia, Australia, North and South America and the Pacific islands are setting up their own tours: tours from which they, and not the international hotel chains, derive some income. For the traveller, they offer uniquely exciting opportunities, far from the usual tourist ghettos, and they are based on fair trade, benefiting local communities and giving them hope of a better future. Written by Mark Mann for Tourism Concern, Europe's leading ethical tourism organization, the Guide brings together the pick of these holidays. It describes hundreds of different holidays in many of the most beautiful places around the world, with full contact details and a range of further useful information. Chosen by Tourism Concern, and not available through conventional travel agents, they promise uniquely rewarding experiences to the adventurous and those concerned about the impacts of their visits.These tours have been researched through a mixture of personal visits, email, the internet and Tourism Concerna#39;s many contacts ... For these reasons, inclusion in this guide does not constitute an official Tourism Concern a#39;seal of approvala#39;.
|Title||:||The Community Tourism Guide|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2014-03-18|