The Geography of Travel and Tourism
«<p>‘This edition of <i>Worldwide Destinations</i> rightly recognises the need to reorient thinking about tourism, placing more emphasis on Southeast Asia, Africa, and the Middle East. It provides an excellent introduction and guided learning tool for students to understand the complexity of the geography of tourism. However, the strength of the book lies in the breadth of case studies it provides that cover the world and the issues tourism influences and is influenced by.’</p><b> </b><p></p> <p><b>Professor Neil Carr</b>, <i>University of Otago, New Zealand</i></p> <p></p> <p><i>‘This is a textbook which has become a classic for all tourism-related courses. It is not only a comprehensive overview of all types of landscapes and climates but at the same time, a fascinating read on destinations around the world. The features of the 8<sup>th</sup> Edition, including interactive content and inves»
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An exploration of current issues such as climate change, overtourism, expedition cruises, film tourism, economic and cultural impacts of tourism.
New and updated case studies throughout.
More emphasis on South-east Asia, Africa and the Middle East.
Online resources for lecturers and students including PPTs, web links, video links and meditations on the evolving implications of COVID-19 for tourism.
The first part of the book comprises thematic chapters which detail the geographic knowledge and principles required to analyse the tourism appeal of destinations. The subsequent division of the book into regional chapters enables the student to carry out a systematic analysis of a particular destination, by providing insights on cultural characteristics as well as information on specific places.
Worldwide Destinations: The Geography of Travel and Tourism is an invaluable resource for studying every destination in the world, by explaining tourism demand, evaluating the many types of tourist attractions and examining the trends that may shape the future geography of tourism. This thorough guide is a must-have for any student undertaking a course in travel and tourism.
Chapter 1 An introduction to the geography of travel and tourism
The geography of demand for tourism
The geography of resources for tourism
Climate and tourism
The geography of transport for travel and tourism
PART TWO The Regional Geography of Travel and Tourism
SECTION 1 EUROPE
Chapter 6 An introduction to the tourism geography of Europe
7 An introduction to the tourism geography of Britain
8 The regional geography of tourism in Britain
9 The tourism geography of Ireland
10 The tourism geography of Scandinavia
11 The tourism geography of the Benelux countries
12 The tourism geography of Germany, Austria, and Switzerland
13 The tourism geography of France
14 The tourism geography of Spain and Portugal
15 The tourism geography of Italy and Malta
16 The tourism geography of South-eastern Europe
17 The tourism geography of Central and Eastern Europe, Russia and the CIS
SECTION 2 AFRICA AND THE MIDDLE EAST
Chapter 18 The tourism geography of the Middle East
19 The tourism geography of Africa
SECTION 3 ASIA AND THE PACIFIC
Chapter 20 The tourism geography of South Asia
21 The tourism geography of East Asia
22 The tourism geography of Australasia
SECTION 4 THE AMERICAS
Chapter 23 The tourism geography of North America
24 The tourism geography of the Caribbean islands
25 The tourism geography of Central and South America
26 Tourism futures
PART III Useful Sources
Selective place name index
Robyn Cooper is an independent researcher and author.
Chris Cooper is Professor in the School of Events, Tourism and Hospitality Management at Leeds Beckett University. He has extensive international research and consultancy experience and a well-established reputation as an international leader in tourism education. He was awarded the United Nations World Tourism Organization Ulysses Prize for contributions to tourism education and policy in 2009.