This text is designed for Hospitality, Travel and Tourism program courses in the geography of travel and tourism. It gives a basic geographic overview of the world and each major geographic region, providing insights about the geographic character of specific regions to show how it establishes a setting for tourism. All regions or countries have a brief overview of the cultural, physical, and tourism characteristics of the region or country. The cultural characteristics are in the form of cultural capsules pertaining to the people and some tips as to personal actions that are acceptable and others to be avoided. Following the analysis of the geographic character the text discusses the tourist attractions in each of the regions, focusing on the geographic features that are important for creating a desire to visit that region. The authors highlight the most significant attractions, which combine with the geographic facts of the region to form the uniqueness of the area for visitors. In some cases there are differences of opinions concerning which are the major attractions, but those presented in the text provide an overview of the character of each specific tourist destination region. Tourists themselves also create geography. An area with few tourists is different in character from an area with large numbers of visitors. The origin of tourists also affects the environment; as for example visitors from Great Britain create a different environment than those from France because of their differing expectations and resultant services.
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Lloyd Hudman was a professor at Brigham Young University where he taught for over twenty five years. He traveled extensively and led university study-abroad programs to London, Madrid, Europe, and the Middle East.
Richard Jackson is a professor of geography at Brigham Young University. He taught courses to students in the tourism major for over thirty years. He received his Ph.D. from Clark University. He has led student study-abroad experiences in Europe and Russia.
Chapter 1: Geography and Tourism; The Attraction of Place. Chapter 2: Patterns and Processes of World Tourism. Chapter 3: Geography and Tourism in North America. Chapter 4: Geography and Tourism in Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean. Chapter 5: Geography and Tourism in South America. Chapter 6: Geography and Tourism in Western Europe. Chapter 7: Geography and Tourism in Northern Europe. Chapter 8: Geography and Tourism in Southern Europe. Chapter 9: Geography and Tourism in Central Europe and the Balkan States. Chapter 10: Geography and Tourism in Russia and the Countries of the Former Soviet Union. Chapter 11: Geography and Tourism in the Middle East and North Africa. Chapter 12: Geography and Tourism in Sub-Saharan Africa. Chapter 13: Geography and Tourism in East Asia. Chapter 14: Geography and Tourism in South and Southeast Asia. Chapter 15: Geography and Tourism in Australia, New Zealand, and the Islands of the South Pacific.
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