Case Study: Wildlife Tourism

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Case Study: Wildlife Tourism

Summary

Wildlife tourism allows tourists to experience animals in their natural habitat. It includes eco and animal friendly tourism, but there is also a dark side, which raises ethical concerns.

There are various forms of wildlife tourism that tourists can experience including safaris, coral reef diving, animal watching and more.

This niche tourism type boosts the local economy of a destination. According to WTTC, in 2018, wildlife tourism contributed 4.4% to tourism GDP and provided 9.1 million jobs worldwide. This case study looks at this popular niche tourism type.

Key Highlights

– This niche tourism type boosts the local economy of a destination. According to WTTC, in 2018, wildlife tourism contributed 4.4% to tourism GDP and provided 9.1 million jobs worldwide.
– Wildlife tourism allows tourists to interact and observe animals that they usually wouldn’t see in their local country in the wild. For example, when on a safari in Africa tourists have the potential to see wildlife such as lions, tigers, rhinos and many more that tourists will not observe in the wild in their own country.
– There are benefits to wildlife tourism including economic benefits of providing money for conservation and reserves to protect the wildlife.
– However, there is also a dark side to wildlife tourism, which raises ethical concerns.

Scope

– Wildlife tourism allows tourists to experience animals in their natural habitat. It includes eco and animal friendly tourism, but there is also a dark side, which raises ethical concerns.
– There are various forms of wildlife tourism that tourists can experience including safaris, coral reef diving, animal watching and more.
– This niche tourism type boosts the local economy of a destination. According to WTTC, in 2018, wildlife tourism contributed 4.4% to tourism GDP and provided 9.1 million jobs worldwide. This case study looks at this popular niche tourism type.

Reasons to buy

– Gain an insight into the wildlife tourism industry
– Understand the appeal and potential pitfalls that this popular form of niche tourism presents
– Analyze examples of leading wildlife tourism destinations

Companies Mentioned:
Amadeus
Bushtops
UNESCO
Tree Tops Elephant Reserve Co. Ltd
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