Cookies on Leisure Tourism

Like most websites we use cookies. This is to ensure that we give you the best experience possible.

 

Continuing to use www.cabi.org  means you agree to our use of cookies. If you would like to, you can learn more about the cookies we use.

Leisure Tourism

Your source for all tourism, leisure and hospitality information

>>> Sign up to receive our Leisure, Hospitality & Tourism e-newsletter, book alerts, and offers <<<

Results per page:

Search results

Abstract

This chapter examines ecotourism in the context of small island states or dependencies (SISODs), focusing on the two main archipelagic regions of the less developed world: the Caribbean and the South Pacific. Some other small island venues are discussed briefly, but in recognition of their unique...

Author(s)
Weaver, D.
Publisher
CAB INTERNATIONAL, Wallingford, UK
Citation
Ecotourism in the less developed world., 1998, pp 180-203
Abstract

This chapter reviews the record of the impacts of mass tourism, and especially of high-density, 'uncontrolled' mass tourism, on island landscapes and habitat resources, drawing on evidence and comparisons from the Caribbean and the Pacific. To establish the contemporary context, a set of basic ...

Author(s)
Conway, D.
Publisher
Praeger Publishers, Westport, USA
Citation
Island tourism and sustainable development: Caribbean, Pacific and Mediterranean experiences, 2002, pp 113-129
Abstract

This chapter examines the troubled history of the relations between tourism development, coastal zone environmental conservation and management, and local, small-scale agriculture in the eastern Caribbean islands. First, Caribbean tourism's problematic and increasingly destructive relationships...

Author(s)
Conway, D.
Publisher
Routledge, London, UK
Citation
Tourism in the Caribbean: trends, development, prospects, 2004, pp 187-204
Abstract

This article examines the impact of the booming tourism development industry in the Caribbean on its natural coastlines and the environment. Three private resort developments: Guana, Mosquito, and Necker Islands, are presented as case studies.

Citation
Ecos, 1998, 19, 1, pp 53-58