The free e-book "Adventures Less Ordinary: How to Travel and Do Good" offers in-depth insights into the issues and challenges surrounding volunteer travel and philanthropic adventures. Learn from voluntourism examples, stories and expert observations, ask questions, and be part of the conversations.
Botswana and Namibia, leading ecotourism and wildlife travel destinations in Africa, effectively promote sustainable tourism through engaging messages on wildlife conservation and biodiversity protection, and inspire travelers, residents and the global tourism industry.
Based on the Tourism Training Live "Keep It Real for Destinations" discussions, here are successful sustainability communication examples by tourism destinations.
Child Safe campaign by Friends International has done an amazing job of engaging travelers and locals in Cambodia to give exposure to the issue of child safety in tourism and to help prevent exploitation of children through tourism.
Tourism Destination Sustainability Communications: 7 Common Mistakes to Avoid When Telling Your Stories
When it comes to sustainability communications, many tourism destinations make assumptions based on common misconceptions about what works and how to reach and engage travelers. Here are key lessons and best practice examples to help improve your destination's sustainability communication efforts.
Today (December 3rd) is UN International Day of Persons with Disabilities (IDPwD), a day that aims to celebrate and acknowledge the experience, expertise and achievements of people living with disability, and to encourage support for their dignity, rights and well-being.
How can travel storytelling be used for destination marketing in a way that engages travelers and empower the locals? Your destination already does have elements of great stories - engaging experiences, people with intriguing perspectives, and memorable events. So find and share them!
Who’s responsible for educating travelers about responsible behavior? Some examples of tourism organizations and initiatives helping travelers travel more responsibly. Everyone involved in benefiting from tourism, including travelers, should be responsible for responsible travel education.
Data visualization can be used as an effective way not only to explain and explore data in an easy-to-digest manner, but also to share data as a way to tell a story; for example, to share information about your project, to present your achievements, or to showcase your destination.
More and more travelers are booking online. Tourism business need web analytics tools to take advantage of this trend and to improve marketing results. Learn more about online travel trends and web analytics from this infographic by TrainingAid.