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Demand for Mᾱori Eco-cultural Tourism
(Manaaki Whenua Press, 2006)
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 ...
The flying Kiwi: travel as a cultural icon
(University of Surrey. School of Management., 2006-06)
In international tourism studies little attention has been paid to how different types of travel are portrayed in tourists' home countries, despite the fact that travel experiences are often culturally determined. Tourism ...
Looking back at Te Tāpoitanga Māori: overview of a participatory research programme on rural Māori tourism development
(Manaaki Whenua Press, 2009)
The objectives of this research are: To understand tourist interest in Māori cultural tourism products, and To learn about working through the challenges that rural Māori have in developing tourism businesses. Demand for ...
A profile of tourism in the Lake Waikaremoana region: independent visitation in rural New Zealand
(Manaaki Whenua Press, 2007)
This report provides the results of a survey of 191 visitors to Lake Waikaremoana, a remote area in Te Urewera National Park. Lake Waikaremoana has few established tourism services but significant tourist flows. Visitation ...
Dealing with post-earthquake disruption - perspectives from accommodation hosts in Christchurch
Summary report prepared for Christchurch and Canterbury Tourism which presented overall research findings with a focus on those relaing to the provision and effectiveness of visitor information after the February 2011 earthquake
Making waves: Examining the interface between cruise tourism and destination community in Akaroa, New Zealand
(Cognizant Communication Corporation, 2015-02-19)
This article reports on a study of community attitudes to cruise tourism in Akaroa, New Zealand. An important dimension of this study is the significant rate of growth in cruise arrivals over a short period of time as the ...
An agent-based model of tourist movements in New Zealand: implications for spatial yield
(Lincoln University. Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism, 2011-12)
Tourism is New Zealand’s fourth largest industry, providing jobs for thousands of New Zealanders and significant foreign capital for the nation’s economy. Of concern to ministry and industry decision makers is the “spatial ...