Mountaineering in Cuba: improvement of true accessibility as an opportunity for regional development of communities outside the tourism enclaves

@article{Apollo2019MountaineeringIC,
  title={Mountaineering in Cuba: improvement of true accessibility as an opportunity for regional development of communities outside the tourism enclaves},
  author={Michal Apollo and Renata Rettinger},
  journal={Current Issues in Tourism},
  year={2019},
  volume={22},
  pages={1797 - 1804}
}
  • Michal Apollo, Renata Rettinger
  • Published 2019
  • Economics
  • Current Issues in Tourism
  • ABSTRACT Mass tourism began in the Caribbean during the middle of the twentieth century. Unfortunately, increasing competition and a change in the motivation of tourists now force the authorities who manage these regions to introduce a new tourism offer that is not based directly on either the 3S (Sun, Sand, and Sea) or 3E (Entertainment, Excitement, Education) model. Hiking, trekking, and climbing, defined as mountaineering, might be one of these. This paper examines the potential for… CONTINUE READING

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