A systematic model for wellness tourism development on rural areas
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What is it about?
We combine the concepts of integrative diversification, tourism product development, and an endogenous approach to innovation dynamics. Three spatial levels of wellness services are considered (establishment, destination, and the region where they are located). The resources, services to develop, stakeholders to involve, and a process to match the supply and demand in wellness tourism is defined.
Why is it important?
This model can be used to systematise all the resources, services and stakeholders required for the development of wellness tourism services. It can be applied to strategies of product development, marketing, branding, destination management, etc.
The following have contributed to this page: Dr. João Romão and Peter Nijkamp
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