Demand for Mᾱori Eco-cultural Tourism
This research explores the demand for Maori eco-cultural tourism in New Zealand. It contributes to a larger project, Te Tapoitanga Maori - 'Growing regional Maori tourism', aimed at developing sustainable growth in tourism for Maori and increasing foreign exchange earnings from international tourists.
KeywordsMaori cultural tourism; cultural tourism; tourism development; economic development; tourism management; foreign exchange earnings; New Zealand
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