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Tourism Impacts on Indigenous People
Community Based Tourism
What is Community Based Tourism? The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) defines CTB as a form of tourism "where the local comunity has substantial control over, and involvement in its development and management and a major proportion of the benefits remain in the community".
This is the main page of general information on Indigenous Tourism. Use the drop-down menu to find information on:
- Australian Aboriginal tourism
- New Zealand Maori tourism
- Kenyan Maasai tourism
- Swedish Sami tourism
- Canadian Inuit tourism
Tourism and indigenous peoples : issues and implications Indigenous knowledge and tourism -- Indigenous commerce in tourism -- Indigenous environment and tourism -- Indigenous culture and tourism -- Indigenous community-based tourism -- Indigenous tourism: policies and politics -- Conclusions.
This is a unique text examining the role of indigenous societies in tourism and how they interact within the tourism nexus. Unusually, it focuses on the active role that indigenous peoples take in the industry and uses international case studies and experiences to provide global context. Australasian content.
Call Number: 338.4791 BUTL
Tourism planning and policy Tourism -- Australia
Tourism -- Australia -- Planning
Tourism -- Government policy -- Australia
Call Number: 338.479194 DRED
Useful General Websites
The International Ecotourism Society promotes equatable benefits for Indigenous communities, and grassroots efforts strengthening Indigenous peoples' voices in the global tourism industry.
WINTA : World Indigenous Tourism Alliance
WINTA connects local indigenous cultures with the travel industry to help inspire, create, and support authentic, meaningful adventure travel experiences.
Charles Darwin University acknowledges the traditional custodians across the lands on which we live and work, and we pay our respects to Elders both past and present.