What Is Special Interest Tourism?

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Special interest tourism is a category of tourism that involves people with particular interests such as painting, cooking or bird-watching. The tourists who fall under this category are mainly people with very particular needs on visiting a place. For example, you can have a tourist in a particular national park just for bird watching.
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A Special Use Permit (fee required) may be necessary. Please read our Permits section for detailed information.
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Special tourism according to the world tourism industry is defined as the specialized tourism that involved individual or group tours by those people who wish to develop their given interest s or visit sites or places that has a relation or connection with their specific interest.
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