Attractions have a lot of complicated parts, both intangible and tangible. They have a wider impact that many realize. A whole mess of questions in a complicated world. Attractions evolve from the three environments: socio-cultural, economic, and physical (natural and man-made). They take many…
Category: business, Business Environment, carrying capacity, definition, economic, environments, exchange, history, landscape, man-made, motivation, motivators, natural landscape, place, products, resources, service, services, sociocultural, stakeholders, stewardship, tourism, Tourism, tourism education, Tourism Goods, tourism life cycle, Tourism Services, travel, value, value, value chainTags: attractions, definitions, forms of travel, management, motivations, movement, multiplier effect, tourism clusters, tourism education
If not now, when…words I contemplate every single day. I want to get real about motivations. To this day, I still don’t think we truly understand why people do what they do. Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2016 Performer on The Mound at the Edinburgh Festival…
Today is Veterans Day (thank you to all that serve, or have served our Country), and another opportunity to dive into different market segments, and motivations for tourism. Over the last few weeks we have been studying travel motivations, the tourist, and social &…
Category: authenticity, Crompton's Push Pull Factors, economic, environments, forms of travel, historical tourism, history, information, literary tourism, literary tourism, man-made, marketing, motivation, motivators, natural landscape, Pull Factors, resources, segments, sociocultural, terminology, tourism, Tourism, tourism education, travel, value, VisitScotland, writingTags: "Crompton's Push Pull Factors", Diana Gabaldon's Outlander, landscapes, motivations, Outlander, Scotland, STARZ Outlander, storytelling, tourism education, tourism system, tourist, tourist experience, travel motivations, VisitSctoand
Why do we travel? Why do we want to get away from it all? It is different for all of us. Our motivations are particular to each of us. The key for the tourism destination, their marketing staff, and those part of the greater value…
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