Subject: adventure tourism; tourism development; nature-based tourism; South Africa
There is great potential for the development of adventure tourism in Southern Africa for a number of reasons. One is the variety of landscapes provided by South Africa's natural environment that are suitable for adventure tourism activities, many of which remain relativ... View more
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