This pioneering work sheds light on an increasingly important aspect of our modern, interconnected world – inclusive sustainable tourism. The nexus of culture, economics, and sustainable development is more pertinent than ever, particularly for the cities and localities that can benefit from South-South and Triangular cooperation.
This knowledge product serves as an exploration, a voyage, into the rich tapestry of experiences and practices that various local partners across the global South have employed in their quest for sustainable tourism. It describes how both large and small cities and localities from different regions have navigated the intricate path of preserving their unique cultural heritage, boosting their local economy, and safeguarding their natural environment, all while ensuring inclusivity in their practices. This knowledge product highlights how they have turned the challenge of sustainability into an opportunity for reinventing their identities and amplifying their appeal to international travellers.