THE TRIBAL TOURISM OFFER OF THE NAVAHO INDIANS
Navaho are one of many Indian tribes which have survived until now. Currently it is the largest group among the native inhabitants of the USA. In the territories belonging to the tribe there are many tourist attractions which are connected with their tangible culture, religion, etc. Moreover, the territories are very diversified in terms of nature. The Indians have made use of the fact and prepared quite a substantial tourist offer. Their widely-understood tourist product does not entirely fit in the framework of ethnic tourism. Therefore, the aim of the article was establishing its place in the framework of cultural tourism, attempting to assess their tangible heritage and characterizing the chosen tourist offer.
Izabela Lipińska, Uniwersytet Przyrodniczy w Poznaniu, Katedra Zarzadzania i Prawa, ul. Wojska Polskiego 28, 60-637 Poznan, Poland
Publication order reference
CEJSH db identifier