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Present visitors' interest in Maori cultural tourism on Banks Peninsula, New Zealand
(Lincoln University. Environmental Society and Design., 2008-12-03)
While New Zealand is primarily seen as a place to enjoy nature and natural areas, Tourism New Zealand (TNZ) suggests there is potential for developing cultural attractions for international visitors, focusing in particular ...
Summertime visitors to Kaikoura : characteristics, attractions and activities
(Lincoln University. Tourism Research and Education Centre, 1998-09)
This report presents an analysis of summertime visitors to Kaikoura. Detailed information is presented on descriptive visitor characteristics, the attractions of Kaikoura, and activities undertaken, for a systematic sample ...
Evolving community response to tourism and change in Rotorua
(Lincoln University. Tourism Research and Education Centre, 2000-02)
The aim of this report is to outline how the Rotorua community experiences tourism and tourism development and how they have adapted to it. The objectives are to: give an historical account of the history of the development ...
Green Globe 21 Kaikoura community benchmarking pilot study
(Lincoln University. Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre, 2001-07)
This document reports on a pilot study that assesses the processes involved in the GREEN GLOBE 21 Benchmarking of the Kaikoura District, New Zealand. This study represents the third of three pilot studies that examine the ...
Evolution and change in Kaikoura : responses to tourism development
(Lincoln University. Tourism Research and Education Centre., 1998-09)
The primary focus of this report is on the way that tourism has affected the Kaikoura community and how that community has adapted to the changes that tourism has brought. As research progressed, it became obvious that the ...
A complex systems perspective on communities and tourism : a comparison of two case studies in Kaikoura and Rotorua
(Lincoln University, 2002)
This thesis analyses research into the evolution and adaptation of the communities in Rotorua and Kaikoura by using a complex systems perspective. This perspective requires that the analyst look beyond the obvious impacts ...