Edited By: JM Snyder and B Stonehouse
318 pages, Tabs, figs
The political significance, scientific interest and outstanding natural beauty of the cold, exotic Polar regions are enticing more and more curious travellers to venture to these remote locations in search of unique experiences and recreational activities. Significant improvements in transport technology have made isolated places more accessible, and tourists now overwhelmingly outnumber residents in most Polar destinations. This book examines Polar tourism in its environmental, economic and cultural settings and explores the potential for growth as well as essential management for sustainability.
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