Inclusive Tourism - "Inclusive Design in the Passionate Embrace of Wanderlust"

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The concert hall of Santa Cruz de Tenerife. De...

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Inclusive Tourism is a kind of "hyphenated tourism."

At its simplest, "hyphenated tourism" is a way of dscribing niches and demographics with the pattern "[adjective] + tourism."

But nothing is ever so simple, is it?

Inclusive Tourism is:

Inclusive Tourism is the only hyphenated-tourism that has an emergency management plan in place for when the Silver Tsunami crests over the tourism industry.
It is braced for the shockwave of Boomer travel behavior as it dopplers and meets with the increase in their physical limitations.

Tourism, the world largest service industry, is a 21st century experiment in massive wealth redistribution. Inclusive Tourism assures that the industry's physical infrastructure and business values are appropriate and sustainable throughout the normal human lifecycle of all people - including changes in their functions and abilities.

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Great work. Neat picture too.
Mary Lee Nitschke

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