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Wildlife tourism is a growing multimillion-dollar industry within the hospitality and tourism industry. Wildlife tourism, in its simplest sense, is the creation of tour packages for watching wild animals in their natural habitats, and is particularly important in African and South American...

Author(s)
Fatima, J. K.
Publisher
CRC Press, Boca Raton, USA
Citation
Wilderness of wildlife tourism, 2017, pp 290 pp.
Abstract

Marine wildlife tourism is growing in popularity and in the number of studies examining its impacts. These studies focus nearly exclusively on the industry's target species, overlooking a myriad of non-target organisms that may also be affected. Here, the dietary effects of bait and chum input from ...

Author(s)
Meyer, L.; Whitmarsh, S. K.; Nichols, P. D.; Revill, A. T.; Huveneers, C.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Biological Conservation, 2020, 241,
Abstract

This paper examines wildlife tourism in Papua New Guinea (PNG) from both a demand and supply perspective. PNG, a developing nation, situated just north of Australia, is located in a 'biodiversity hotspot' and its wildlife comprises a large number of species or groups of species, including many...

Author(s)
Markwell, K.
Publisher
Routledge, Abingdon, UK
Citation
Tourism Recreation Research, 2018, 43, 2, pp 250-263
Abstract

We investigated tourist motivation for visiting two African state protected areas, tourists' wildlife tourism experiences, predictors of wildlife tourism experiences and overall satisfaction with the entire holiday or trip experience. Data were collected in Gonarezhou and Matusadona National Parks, ...

Author(s)
Mutanga, C. N.; Vengesayi, S.; Chikuta, O.; Muboko, N.; Gandiwa, E.
Publisher
Elsevier, Oxford, UK
Citation
Journal of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism, 2017, 20, pp 1-18
Abstract

Assessing wildlife tourism sustainability in developing countries is crucial, but few studies analyse the sustainability of dolphin-based wildlife tourism in this context. We measure multiple indicators within the human dimensions of wildlife tourism, including tourist visitation numbers,...

Author(s)
D'Lima, C.; Everingham, Y.; Diedrich, A.; Mustika, P. L.; Hamann, M.; Marsh, H.
Publisher
Routledge, Abingdon, UK
Citation
Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 2018, 26, 10, pp 1687-1707
Abstract

In wildlife tourism industry women are being accepted on the surface as part of the work-force, but their reception into senior management level is stifled due to subtle forms of discrimination that present themselves in compensation, training and socialization networks. However, the expansion of ...

Author(s)
Maurice, M. E.; Ndoua, A. S. M.; Mbinde, E. Q.; Ebong, E. L.
Publisher
Izmir Katip Celebi University, Faculty of Tourism, Izmir, Turkey
Citation
International Journal of Contemporary Tourism Research, 2018, 2, 1, pp 95-104
Abstract

In wildlife tourism industry women are being accepted on the surface as part of the work-force, but their reception into senior management level is stifled due to subtle forms of discrimination that present themselves in compensation, training and socialization networks. However, the expansion of ...

Author(s)
Maurice, M. E.; Ndoua, A. S. M.; Mbinde, E. Q.; Ebong, E. L.
Publisher
Izmir Katip Celebi University, Faculty of Tourism, Izmir, Turkey
Citation
International Journal of Contemporary Tourism Research, 2018, 2, 2, pp 95-104
Abstract

Purpose: This study raises and discusses questions concerning the assumptions of sustainability to uncover aspects that might lead to new critical ways of understanding it. More specifically, the aim of this study is to discuss the adoption of the sustainability approach in wildlife tourism and...

Author(s)
Bertella, G.
Publisher
Emerald Publishing, Bingley, UK
Citation
Tourism Review, 2019, 74, 2, pp 246-255
Abstract

This study examines the effect of policies and institutional structures on the ability of communities to participate in wildlife tourism in the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park. The research utilized a qualitative approach with two case study sites being Askam (South Africa) and Tsabong (Botswana). The ...

Author(s)
Lekgau, R. J.; Tichaawa, T. M.
Publisher
Universitatea din Oradea Romania, Oradea, Romania
Citation
GeoJournal of Tourism and Geosites, 2019, 27, 4, pp 1280-1295
Abstract

Wildlife tourism is a growing industry globally and visitor satisfaction is vital to ensure its long-term sustainability. The Lower Kinabatangan River is a premier wildlife tourism destination that is affected by surrounding land uses and needs careful management to ensure it continues to provide...

Author(s)
Newsome, D.; Rodger, K.; Pearce, J.; Chan, K. L. J.
Publisher
Routledge, Abingdon, UK
Citation
Current Issues in Tourism, 2019, 22, 6, pp 729-746

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