Adventure Tourism

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CABI, Oct 24, 2006 - Travel - 336 pages
Adventure tourism is a new, rapidly growing area at both practical and academic levels. Written at an introductory level, Adventure Tourism provides a basic background and covers commercial adventure tourism products across a range of adventure tourism sectors.
 

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Contents

1 Introduction
1
2 Adventure Recreation Research
11
3 Case Study Approach
20
4 River Journeys
32
5 Whitewater Kayaking
65
6 Whitewater Rafting
86
7 Seakayaking
111
8 Sailing
143
17 Horse Riding
305
18 Mountain Biking
324
19 Offroad Safaris
332
20 Wildlife
351
21 Aerial Adventures
380
22 Other Sectors and Issues
396
23 Adventure Destinations
411
24 World Adventure Capital
429

9 Expedition Cruises
153
10 Diving
166
11 Surfing
193
12 Heliski and Snowboard
213
13 Crosscountry Skiing
235
14 Ice Climbing
245
15 Mountaineering
260
16 Hiking and Bushwalking
286
25 Crosscase Analyses
443
26 Product Patterns
455
27 Conclusions
474
Epilogue
485
Acknowledgements
486
References
487
Index
511
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