Elements of Indigenous Tourism Development on Tribe-A Case Study of Isingan in Nantou, Taiwan
Keywords:Indigenous tourism, tribe, impact, adventure, Isingan
The main purpose of this study is to analyze the elements for the development of the indigenous tourism using Isingan tribe as an object for investigation. Through qualitative methods of investigation, result found that the element development of indigenous tourism for tribe is includes: 1. the coupling of natural environment and a variety of aboriginal culture resources; 2. the infrastructure completely; 3. provide hospitality services; 4. the image of the aboriginal culture; and 5. the support from the residents. The findings in this study not only provide other tribes with recommendations for the development of tourism services, but also serve as references for relevant future research.
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