Places to Bee

A Guide to Apitourism

Travelers are buzzing about apitourism--or "bee tourism"--as an opportunity to get close to bees and learn about the ecology and industry they support. Apitours invite visitors to see what takes place inside a hive, taste fresh honey and observe its journey from comb to bottle. Les mer
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Travelers are buzzing about apitourism--or "bee tourism"--as an opportunity to get close to bees and learn about the ecology and industry they support. Apitours invite visitors to see what takes place inside a hive, taste fresh honey and observe its journey from comb to bottle. Apitourists explore "bee culture" through diverse activities--watching films, creating art, building "bee hotels," sampling mead, learning to plant pollinator gardens and documenting species in the wild. This guide presents an educational overview of apitourism, with an exploration of the fascinating world of bees and the sometimes controversial issues surrounding them.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Acknowledgments v
Preface 1
Introduction to Apitourism 11
1. Bee Culture 23
2. Bee-Themed Celebrations 56
3. Supporters of Bees and Bee Culture 71
4. A Visit to an Apiary 116
5. Educational Opportunities and International Travel 145
6. Some Pros and Cons of Apitourism 166
Bibliography 179
Index 191

Om forfatteren

Lynnette Porter is a professor in the Humanities and Communication Department at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach, Florida, and has written extensively on television and film.