Visions and case studies about third sector issues
Building a sustainable development model is a challenge for any destination, so long as the balanced point between all forces is difficult to find and usually more difficult to attain. This article provides some clues with the support of a case study.
Tourism development can barely ever be carried out by the private sector itself: from the service facilities to the destination marketing, governments have a key role in its development. Shaping collaborative models between private and public sector is therefore essential for the destination’s success.
Destination Management Planning Initiative for the Colonial City of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Sustainable management is one of the key principles of Tourism 3.0. This case study showcases how some of these practices are implemented in a destination.
Implementing the principles of sustainability in the tourism development may be carried out through many different practices. This article briefly describes some of them.
Cuba tourism industry is a good case study to showcase what sustainable tourism development can do for a destination beyond its tourism industry. This article explains it well.
Voluntourism is one of the key concepts within the destination 3.0 system. However, attracting these type of travelers requires different marketing strategies, which you can find explained in this article.
Beyond the practices related to responsible tourism, a new wave of tourism is appearing, in which the visitor has an active role in addressing the destination’s social or environmental challenges
Destination models 3.0 sets not only economic development goals, but also environmental and social sustainability goals. This article develops all the sustainable development goals according to UNWTO