Contribute to a Survey on International Travel to South Africa
20/06/2011 | 0 comments
Accessible tourism has been identified as a relatively untapped tourism market, which has not been capitalised on in South Africa.
This has been attributed to the lack of understanding about this market segment in terms of its size, socio-economic and travel-related attributes and factors constraining participation in tourism and travel activities.
Consequently, the objectives of the study are:
- To provide an overview of the status of accessible tourism in South Africa
- Determine the dimensions of the economic impact of accessible tourism
- Make recommendations of interventions to support the growth and development of the segment.
This study is aimed towards providing a comprehensive understanding of the segment as an economic sector and its significance in South Africa which in turn allows for the identification of appropriate support measures.
Have you travelled to South Africa?
In order to assist us in understanding the profile of the market, it would be appreciated if you could complete the questionnaire by clicking on the link below, if you have travelled to South Africa.
Your participation is appreciated.
Renay Krishna, Urban-Econ.com
Email: renay[at] urban-econ [dot]com
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