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Forms of tourism Forms of tourism Presentation Transcript

  • FORMS OF TOURISM Prepared By: Ma'am L
  • NATURAL TOURISM ECOTOURISM SOFT ADVENTURE TOURISM HARD ADVENTURE TOURISM SPECIAL INTEREST
  • Ecotourism is ecologically sustainable tourism with a primary focus on experiencing natural areas that fosters environmental and cultural understanding, appreciation and conservation ECOTOURISM
  • ● Observation and appreciation of nature and culture ● Education and interpretation features ● Generally organized by small groups or locally owned businesses ● Minimum negative impacts CORE CHARACTERISTICS
  • - requires a moderate level of physical involvement by participants and are less physically challenging than hard activities. SOFT ADVENTURE TOURISM
  • H B C H W W W F iking icycling amping orseback riding alking tours ildlife spotting hale watching ishing
  • - commonly involve a higher level of physical or rugged involvement or a potentially greater personal challenge for participants and the risk factor also increase. HARD ADVENTURE TOURISM
  • S S W S S K O M elunking cuba diving hitewater rafting urfing kiing ayaking cean sailing ountain climbing
  • WILDLIFE TOURISM ● Observation ● Photography ● Interaction SPECIAL INTEREST
  • CULTURAL TOURISM - travel directed toward experiencing the arts, heritage and special character of unique places -includes arts, cultural activities and physical heritage
  • ICOMOS (International Council on Monuments and Sites) International and domestic cultural visitors ● Attend the theatre, concerts or performing arts programs ● Go to art craft galleries/workshops or studios ● Attend festivals or fairs ● Visit heritage buildings, sites or monuments
  • EVENTS TOURISM - the overnight travelers aged 15 years and above who participate in the following activities ● Festivals/fairs or cultural event ● Organized sporting event
  • OTHER FORMS OF TOURISM ● FARM TOURISM -well established in Europe, New Zealand and Australia ● EDUCATIONAL TOURISM -edu-tourism with the primary purpose of engaging in a learning experience