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This study identifies resources and destinations in Nigeria considered important for tourism and compares foreign with domestic Nigerian tourists in terms of product choice, activity participation and travel motivations. 880 tourists (392 foreign tourists, and 488 domestic tourists) were randomly...

Author(s)
Awaritefe, O. D.
Publisher
Editions AIEST (Association Internationale d'Experts Scientifiques du Tourisme), St. Gallen, Switzerland
Citation
Tourism Review, 2004, 59, 1/4, pp 34-43
Abstract

This study explores the motivations for tourists' choice of diverse tourism environments in tropical Africa, taking Nigeria as an example. Results obtained from a questionnaire survey of 376 tourists randomly sampled from seven tourism destinations in Nigeria show that the most prominent...

Author(s)
Awaritefe, O. D.
Publisher
Routledge, London, UK
Citation
Tourism Geographies, 2004, 6, 3, pp 303-330
Abstract

While studies have examined people's understanding of climate change and its relationship to tourism, these focus largely on developed country populations. Much future tourism growth will come from developing countries following economic development; often countries where climate change will be...

Author(s)
Dillimono, H. D.; Dickinson, J. E.
Publisher
Routledge, Abingdon, UK
Citation
Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 2015, 23, 3, pp 437-454
Abstract

Domestic tourism may be differentiated from international tourism, not only by the obvious criterion of point of origin, but also by its economic and socio-cultural impacts and by the nature of the demand which gives rise to the two forms of tourism. In terms of directly attracting foreign...

Author(s)
Helleiner, F. M.
Citation
Tourism Recreation Research, 1990, 15, 1, pp 18-25