Professor Vik Nair in this interview takes us around The Bahamas, discusses the destination’s tourism sustainability issues, the potential of community-based tourism and shares his thoughts on research topics in need of investigation.
Mike McHugo tells the story of the Kasbah du Toubkal ecolodge and community tourism initiative in the Atlas mountains, Morocco. He tells us how, together with his brother and Hajj Maurice, he started the project, which challenges they’ve had to address and how they have been able to help the local berber community along the way.
Professor Tanja Mihalič of the Institute for Tourism at the University of Ljubljana in this interview shares her experience researching and promoting sustainable tourism in Slovenia. She also points out research priorities and how Slovenia has developed as a “green” destination.
Slovenia’s first organic farm certified as a responsible accommodation provider: Urška is a special place and project. In this interview, Urška Topolšek Planinšek takes us on a tour around the farm and family business.
Tour guides are often overlooked in the discussion about how we can promote and ensure a more sustainable tourism industry and responsible tourism practices. Maja Čampelj of G-Guides in Slovenia is on a mission to change this.