Brazil is a continent size country and has a large variety of landscapes, from arid backcountry to the most exuberant forest in the world. Its culture also reflects this variety. Between all of us, Brazilian, can be found lifestyles and knowledges as various as the number of communities such as indigenous people, countryside people, littoral people, “caiçara” people, “quilombola” communities, peasant people and many other minorities representing our huge richness.
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Community based tourism isn’t a segment of tourism but a specific way to do tourism focusing on protagonism and the self-management of the community. This practice is closely studied by the academy, trying to understand the phenomenon and the successful cases. Nothing like successful cases to show us the way, right?
But on this website we won’t only bring up academic publications but also books, review and journal articles, videos and other materials provided by people visiting, structuring, creating public policies, receiving tourists or interacting with community based tourism in any way.
This part of the website is meant to share texts and videos dealing with relevant knowledge about community based tourism practice and theory. Just like any crowd source this is an open and collaborative knowledge. The basic premise is trust and co-responsibility. So, the maximum of you are welcomed and we edit when necessary what our collaborators send us.
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