Cultural Impacts of Tourism. TOMG200 Tourism Management & Environment. The Cultural Impacts of Tourism.
TOMG200 Tourism Management & Environment
(UNESCO – cited in Hall & Lew, 2009: 141)
( - see chapter 4 in Hall & Lew, 2009)
“rugby”, “tribal”, “dark skin”, “dance performance”, “tongue sticking out”, “traditional”, “exotic”, “different”.
indigenous people’s role
in tourism emphasises the role of their culture as a tourism product rather than a process.
“Development that meets the needs of present tourists and host regions while protecting and enhancing opportunity for the future”
(WTO, 1997) [p.218].
Watch the videos of case studies Tamaki Tours and Whale of a Tale (Whale Watch Kaikoura) – on MyWeb & You Tube clip: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B9_WKOIOobQ
How can ‘sustainable’ Māori cultural tourism be achieved?