Trips to their home countries by migrant youth help them create and update their relationship with the countries their families come from.
Desperate for visitors to return, tourism-reliant Pacific nations are racing to re-open borders before Christmas. But will tourists feel safe enough to travel?
COVID-19 has intensified wanderlust – but also the need for mindful, ethical travel.
Urban regeneration and tourism development are habitually touted as central reasons for a city to host the Olympics. Research shows that local people, however, often fail to benefit
One was a celebrity adventurer, the other was a skilled Indigenous artist who painted everything in sight. A new look at old photographs confirms their meeting.
The remarkably resilient structure is in good health, for now. But work is needed to ensure it is preserved for future generations.
The Caribbean has long been the gold standard for western tourism: but our image of the islands as paradises ripe for our enjoyment is harming their environment and people.
The Australian wine industry has already been forced to adapt to the effects of climate change. It must reduce its carbon footprint – including emissions generated by wine tourists.
Walking in the footsteps of First Nations peoples provides an alternative to overseas travel and an opportunity to reflect.
The cost of the Olympics is often justififed by the investment and regeneration hosting brings about. Local residents, though, rarely benefit
Traditional ecological and cultural wisdom was embraced and valued, enhancing Western scientific knowledge of a beautiful, fragile marine area.
With COVID-19 surging and the state resisting a lockdown, Fijians turn to ‘solesolevaki’ — working together for a common cause — to fill the gaps.
Of all the places to be right now, picking your way between sculptures in the French countryside, with a glass of wine to finish, sounds ideal.
Even though parts of the global tourism sector have started recovering from COVID-19 restrictions, tourists may still feel that home is safer than abroad. This can be beneficial for domestic tourism.
As the prospect of international travel becomes increasingly complicated, it’s worth considering more unconventional options
Our research shows the government must help tourism operators address chronic staff shortages, skyrocketing insurance and developing better plans for future shocks.
A new study shows e-scooter hire schemes increase the number of tourism destinations visitors can reach. And once at these destinations, e-scooter users spend more.
When the pandemic put tourism on hold, many residents heaved a sigh of relief. Will hasty economic recovery plans scupper our chance for a rethink?
The Māori world view provides a viable framework for building a new tourism model that prioritises quality over quantity.
Sharks grow slowly and produce few young compared to bony fishes. In many cases, this means that their populations are fished out faster than can be replenished if not well managed.