Author: Sherry Helms
Our Online Bookstore is enriched with a special category of Travel & Tourism Books that spans from useful travel guides to the books on touring spots, travel business, dark tourism, and many other aspects of this genre. Here, in this blog-post, we spotlight a list of books that are highly picked by the readers who are concerned with Travel & Tourism in some ways.
We believe, our list of Travel & Tourism Books would come out as a great resource for all, whether students or professionals or family persons who are planning for vacations. Let’s take a glimpse of the list:
Secret Journeys of a Lifetime: 500 of the World’s Best Hidden Travel Gems – This is a comprehensive guide on world’s best touring spots presented by National Geographic. Divided into themed chapters, this incredible touring guide features the “World at Your Feet”, “Last Wildernesses”, “Island Getaways”, “The Road Less Traveled”, “Secret History”, “Spiritual Havens”, “Hidden Treasures”, “Undiscovered Villages”, and “City Secrets”.
Tourism: Principles, Practices, Philosophies – Exploring major concepts in tourism, this book sheds light on the questions like what makes tourism possible and how tourism can become a major factor in the wealth of any nation. Authors, Charles R. Goeldner and J. R. Brent Ritchie, explain the social, cultural, economic and psychological aspects of travel and tourism. Also, its appendices give contacts information on key travel agencies around the world.
Tourism: The Business of Travel – With chapters on technological innovations and sustainability issues, this book views the Travel & Tourism industry from a business perspective, examining the management, marketing and finance issues that are important to industry members. Further, chapters reveal an integrated model of tourism and address consumer behavior, service quality and personal selling. This book is considered highly useful for the students and business firms.
Marketing for Hospitality & Tourism – A practical guide for the players of travel and Tourism industry, this widely used book is highly acknowledged for being comprehensive and innovative, managerial and practical, state-of-the-art and real-world. With video cases, chapter examples and marketing highlights, it showcases real people and companies and demonstrates how marketing impacts every member of the hospitality team.
The Darker Side of Travel: The Theory and Practice of Dark Tourism – Dark Tourism is a tourism involving travel to the sites associated with death and tragedy. In this book, readers can explore issues relevant to the development, management and interpretation of visitor sites and attractions associated with death, disaster and suffering. It is a comprehensive analysis of Dark Tourism that examines the demand for and supply of dark tourism experiences.
Cultural Tourism: The Partnership Between Tourism and Cultural Heritage Management – While tourism professionals assess cultural assets for their probable profit, cultural heritage professionals judge the same assets for their own intrinsic value. This book combines the different perspectives of tourism management and cultural heritage management and advocates that sustainable cultural tourism can only occur when the two sides form a true partnership.
Welcome! Student’s Book: English for the Travel and Tourism Industry – This is a handy resource for people working or planning to work in the tourism, hospitality and travel industries, teaching accurate English work smoothly and effectively in this industry. Author, Leo Jones uses authentic content and context covering topics such as dealing with enquiries, making reservations, explaining the bill and dealing with complaints.
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