Domestic Nature-Based Tourism and Wellbeing: A Roadmap for the New Normal? (2021)
CitationLück M,Aquino R (2021). Domestic Nature-Based Tourism and Wellbeing: A Roadmap for the New Normal?. In Wilks J, Pendergast D, Leggat P, Morgan D (Ed.), Tourist Health, Safety and Wellbeing in the New Normal.: 269-292. Springer.
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Keywordstourism; nature; wellbeing; COVID-19; nature-based tourism
ANZSRC Fields of Research35 - Commerce, management, tourism and services::3508 - Tourism::350806 - Tourist behaviour and visitor experience
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