Edited By: Krishna B Ghimire
234 pages, Figs, tabs
Examines the rapid growth in domestic tourism within developing countries, its behaviour, impacts and the relevant policy responses.
A very original and thought-provoking text.' Environmental Politics 'This book is informative and offers some necessary insights into domestic tourism.' Geographical Journal 'A book on domestic tourism with a Third World focus was long overdue, and Ghimire has done a very good job of providing an overview of the key issues and pulling together interesting case study material.' Development in Practice This book shows how traditional purposeful journeyings - pilgrimages, festivals and fairs and celebrations - are mutating into the distractions of the leisure industry.' The Ecologist, October 2001
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