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Special Interest Tourism Market

Market Insights on Special Interest Tourism covering sales outlook, demand forecast & up-to-date key trends

Special Interest Tourism Market by Purpose, Activity, Tourist Type, Traveler Type, Age Group & Region - Forecast 2022 - 2032

Special Interest Tourism Market Outlook (2022-2032)

[300 Pages Report] The global special interest tourism market is estimated to reach US$ 3,489.7 Bn in 2022. As per the report, sales are forecast to increase at a robust 22.7% CAGR, with the market valuation reaching US$ 26,921.1 Bn by 2032. Total sales in the special interest tourism market represent 10-15% of the global tourism market.

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Special Interest Tourism Market Estimated Size (2022)

US$ 3,489.7 Bn

Special Interest Tourism Market Projected Size (2032)

US$ 26,921.1 Bn

Special Interest Tourism Market Value-based CAGR (2022-2032)

22.7%

Special Interest Tourism Market Top Players Share in 2021.

1%-5%

FMI presents a half-yearly comparison analysis and review about the market growth rates and sales prospects in the global market. The market is predominantly influenced by certain demographic factors under the subjective impact of macro and industry factors.

The global market for special interest tourism witnessed H1 2021 growth at magnitude of 28.2%. However, this growth is not evenly spread across all regions, with the developing markets recording growth rate of 20.1% in H1 2022. Thus, leaving the gap of 230 BPS points between expected and projected growth during H1 2022.

The tourism industry bounced back in mid-2021 from the initial slowdown caused by the pandemic and is anticipated to return to normalcy across the globe by 2023. Growing customer inclination towards specific sectors of tourism and targeted tour itinerary by travel companies is expected to augment growth in the market.

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2017-2021 Global Special Interest Tourism Market Outlook Compared to 2022-2032 Forecast

Demand in the special interest tourism market is slated to increase at a 22.7% CAGR during the forecast period.

Special interest tourism is gaining popularity, especially among baby-boomers and millennials. Consumers are opting to travel to distinct and special locations to break the monotony of daily schedules and for relaxation. Shifting consumer preferences regarding travel and lodging are also leading to the emergence of micro-trends that are transforming the tourism and hospitality sector.

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The concept of special interest tourism focuses on how the experience of tourists can be customized to meet the needs and be more personalized for the different types of target audiences in the market.

How is Adventure Tourism Contributing Towards Growth in the Market?

Adventure tourism is the fastest growing niche in the travel and tourism sector. It is resilient, supports local economies, attracts   high   value customers   and encourages   sustainable   practices.

Adventure travelers give high value to relaxation, exploring new places, time with family and learning about different cultures throughout their travel experiences.

Social media is gaining importance in the adventure travel community as travelers can plan their trips according to online reviews, suggestions and booking facilities. They are using online tools to research destinations and plan their trips. For instance, the use of social media by adventure travelers has grown by at least twofold since 2009. YouTube, Instagram, and Twitter are also utilized for adventure traveling.

Many adventure operators are already providing the kinds of experiences that appeal to young travelers. Combined with physical activities, and local traditions and people, adventure operators offer travelers compelling photos and stories to take home.

Many consumers rely on word-of-mouth. The presence of social media influencers and travel influencers across various platforms is expected to bode well for the market as they promote spots activities, review locations and hotels and offer an unbiased opinion regarding location-specific services

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Will Increasing Travel Motivation Among Consumers Create Prospects of Growth?

New travel motivations such as physical motivators related to relaxation and rest, sporting activities and specific medical treatment, are expected to drive sales in the special interest tourism market.

Sedentary lifestyle and urbanization have triggered negative pressures on modern living. The stress and strain of modern city life is compelling individuals to change scenery and travel to scenic locations to relax. Domestic wellness tourism presents a large opportunity that can be leveraged to attract higher-spending international tourists.

Recreation and nature-based tourism are exciting, dynamic, and growing sectors. Employment opportunities abound, and the potential for economic contribution, protection of wilderness areas, and diversification of rural economies away from resource extraction are some exciting prospects.

The Indian Ministry of Tourism launched the Incredible India 2.0 campaign in September 2017, targeting a shift from global promotional tactics to message-specific campaigns that seek to promote certain types of vacations. The campaign focuses on digital media and the promotion of special interest tourism products, such as yoga.

To encourage international tourists to return to Malaysia's shores, the Malaysian Ministry of Tourism, Arts, and Culture (MOT ARC) has launched a promotional campaign to push green zone tourism to the country. Such initiatives will continue fueling the growth in the market.

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What is driving the U.S. Special Interest Tourism Market?

“Agri-Tourism is Playing a Key Role in Gaining Consumer Interest”

Demand in the U.S. market is expected to increase at a CAGR of 14% during the forecast period. Many farmers, rural advocates, and government officials are enthusiastic about the prospects of direct farm marketing to boost farm income and promote rural development.

Direct marketing contributes significantly to rural development by attracting agricultural tourists, fostering an environment of entrepreneurship and innovation, and promoting alternative agricultural practices. Pick-your-own fruit and berry operations, cut-your-own Christmas trees, and roadside stands are common forms of direct marketing.

Growing consumer and producer interest towards cost-effective and nutritional on-farm fruits is another factor attracting agritourists. Farm prices are only a fraction of retail food prices. Direct selling can be an important sideline operation for larger farms or a way to sell products that do not meet the quality or size standards required by wholesalers. As a result, farmers are actively participating in direct farm marketing, which is providing an impetus to the growth in agri tourism market.

Innovative farm entrepreneurs offer urban residents a recreational experience in a rural farm setting. For example, an apple grower in Virginia, U.S. introduced a “rent-a-tree” operation, where individuals can pay a set amount to rent a particular tree in the orchard.

Additionally, farmers are principally engaged in preserving the heritage and traditional assets related to their farms and villages to ensure unaltered preservation of rural structures, ways of traditional living, customs, and traditions.

Heritage preservation plays a critical role in the development of the tourism sector. Driven by this, the U.S. is anticipated to account for a dominant share of the North America special tourism market over the forecast period.

How is the Growing Importance of Sustainable Tourism Driving the India Special Interest Tourism Market?

“Eco-Tourism in India Will Fuel Growth in the Market”

Sustainable tourism, similar to responsible tourism, relies on the promise of taking care of the environment, society and economy. Its principles intend to minimize the negative impacts of tourism, whilst maximizing the positive impacts.

Sustainable tourism or “Green Tourism” is slowly seeping into the tourism industry. Growing preference towards sustainability and conscious travelling among consumers in India is anticipated to steer sales in the special interest tourism market.

The shift is disrupting some of the traditions associated with tourist hotspots and is leading to a trend where environmentally sustainable outcomes are emphasized over mere ‘experience’ vacationing. Tourists are more interested in experiencing the nature, wildlife and also authentic local culture, all of which is getting promoted by sustainability, thereby driving special interest tourism market.

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Which Age Group is More Likely to Travel?

“Popularity of Special Interest Tourism Rising among Youth”

In terms of age group, the number of tourists in the 15–25-year-old bracket is expected to hold 34% of the total market share. Consumers in this age group are more interested in adventure activities like backpacking, mountaineering, rafting etc.

In addition to this, they also participate in sports activities such as diving, kayaking, and cycling. Besides adventure sports, growing interest in environmental and wildlife tours among the youth will continue pushing sales in this segment in the forthcoming years.

Which Tourist Type is Majorly Engaged in Special Interest Travel?

“Domestic Travelers are Getting Inclined Towards Special Interest Tourism”

In terms of tourist type, the domestic travelers segment will account for 67% of the total market share over the forecast period. Rising trend of recreational tourism among consumers, along with the convenience offered by online booking services will fuel demand in this segment.

Competitive Landscape

Leading players operating in the special interest tourism market are launching travel deals for various unique destinations to gain a competitive edge. They are also offering discounts and are investing in online channels to improve sales. For instance: 

Tourists depend on travel agencies that offer online booking, customized packages, and innovative services. Expedia, an online travel agency, has built one of the leading networks of online travel services, which has driven a big user base, thus making it a giant in the travel sector. The unique positioning of the companies belonging to the Expedia company, which operate from both home and abroad, over their competitors also contributes to their position.

Scope of Report

Attribute

Details

Forecast Period

2022-2032

Historical Data Available for

2017-2021

Market Analysis

US$ Billion for Value

Key Regions Covered

North America, Latin America, Europe, East Asia,South Asia, Oceania & MEA

Key Countries Covered

The U.S., Canada, Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, Germany, the U.K., France, Italy, Russia, South Africa, Turkey, China, Japan, South Korea, India, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, Cambodia, Vietnam, Australia & New Zealand.

Key Segments Covered

Purpose, Activity, Traveller Type, Tourist Type, Age Group and Regions

Key Companies Profiled

  • The Cultural Travel Company
  • Audley Travel
  • Trafalgar
  • Myths and Mountains
  • Global Medical Treatments
  • Carlson Wagonlit Travel
  • National Geographic Expeditions
  • Flight Centre Travel group
  • The Priceline Group
  • BrightSpark
  • EF Educational Tours
  • Wendy Wu Tours UK
  • ACIS Educational Company
  • Intrepid Travel
  • Cox and Kings
  • GeoEx
  • China Highlights
  • Globus Student Discoveries
  • Kuoda Travel
  • ACE Cultural Tours
  • Others

Report Coverage

Market Forecast, Company Share Analysis, Competition Intelligence, DROT Analysis, Market Dynamics and Challenges, and Strategic Growth Initiatives

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Global Special Interest Tourism Market by Category

By Purpose:

  • Activity
  • Educational
  • Discovery
  • Hobbies
  • Challenge
  • Relaxation
  • Health & Therapy
  • Day Tours

By Activity:

  • Environmental
    • Ecotourism
    • Nature-Based Tourism
    • Wildlife Tourism
    • Others
  • Adventure
    • Backpacking
    • Mountaineering
    • Whitewater Rafting
    • Cycling
    • Others
  • Sport
    • Golf
    • Tennis
    • Sailing
    • Soccer
    • Cycling
    • Kayaking
    • Scuba Diving
    • Others

By Tourist Type:

  • Domestic
  • International

By Traveler Type:

  • Individual
  • Couple
  • Group
  • Professional

By Age Group:

  • 15-25 Years
  • 26-35 Years
  • 36-45 Years
  • 46-55 Years
  • 66-75 Years

By Region:

  • North America
  • Latin America
  • Europe
  • East Asia
  • South Asia
  • Oceania
  • MEA

Frequently Asked Questions

The global special interest tourism market is expected to reach a valuation of US$ 3,489.7 Bn in 2022.

Growing popularity of agri-tourism, increasing interest in adventure tourism, and initiatives undertaken by regional government to promote sport tourism are driving the special interest tourism market.

The North America Special Interest tourism market is projected to grow at a ~15% CAGR over the forecast period.

Leading players in the global special interest tourism market are estimated to account for approximately 1%-5% of the total market share.

Europe special interest tourism market is anticipated to expand at 20% CAGR over the forecast period.

Table of Content

1. Executive Summary

    1.1. Global Market Outlook

        1.1.1. Who Is Travelling?

        1.1.2. How Much Do They Spend?

        1.1.3. Direct Contribution of Tourism To GDP

        1.1.4. Direct Contribution of Tourism To Employment

    1.2. Tourism Evolution Analysis

    1.3. FMI Analysis and Recommendations

2. Market Introduction

        2.1.1. Special Interest Tourism in Travel & Analysis

        2.1.2. Special Interest Tourism in Travel Industry

3. The Special Interest Tourism Spectrum

    3.1. Global Special Interest Tourism Outlook

        3.1.1. Understand the definition of different types of special interest tourism

        3.1.2. Recognize the shifts that have occurred in special interest tourism during the past several decades

        3.1.3. New forms of special interest tourism

        3.1.4. Impact of special interest tourism on local communities

    3.2. Global Special Interest Tourist Outlook

        3.2.1. Tourist Profile – Analysis of Activities

        3.2.2. Nature of Special Interest Tourist (Time Spent on Researching)

            3.2.2.1. 1-2 hours

            3.2.2.2. 3-5 hours

            3.2.2.3. 6-10 hours

            3.2.2.4. 10+ hours

            3.2.2.5. Almost None

        3.2.3. Nature of Special Interest Tourist (Resources Used)

            3.2.3.1. Online using search engine

            3.2.3.2. Talk to friends/family

            3.2.3.3. Travel related websites

            3.2.3.4. Talk to coworkers

            3.2.3.5. Destination websites

            3.2.3.6. Social media

    3.3. Market Structure of Special Interest Tourism Industry

    3.4. General vs. Special Interest Tourism

    3.5. Infrastructure Developments

    3.6. Top Countries Outlook In The World

    3.7. SWOT Analysis of Special Interest Tourism

4. Global Tourism Industry Analysis

    4.1. Tourism Industry Overview

        4.1.1. Travel & Tourism Industry Contribution To Global GDP

            4.1.1.1. Business Spending v/s Leisure Spending

            4.1.1.2. Domestic v/s Foreign

            4.1.1.3. Direct, Indirect, and Induced

        4.1.2. Travel Sector Contribution To Global Overall Employment

        4.1.3. Travel & Tourism Growth Rate

        4.1.4. Foreign Visitor Exports As Percentage of Total Exports

        4.1.5. Capital Investment In Travel & Tourism Industry

        4.1.6. Different Components of Travel & Tourism

        4.1.7. Global Tourism Industry Outlook

            4.1.7.1. Cultural Tourism

            4.1.7.2. Culinary Tourism

            4.1.7.3. Eco/Sustainable Tourism

            4.1.7.4. Sports Tourism

            4.1.7.5. Spiritual Tourism

            4.1.7.6. Wellness Tourism

            4.1.7.7. Others

5. Special Interest Tourism Overview

    5.1. What is a Special Interest Tourism

    5.2. Why is Special Interest Tourism Booming

    5.3. Special Interest Activities Related Motivations

    5.4. Basic Purpose of Travel and Market Segments by Environment

        5.4.1. Participate in activities in Urban

        5.4.2. Participate in activities in Out of Urban / Rural

        5.4.3. Destination activity in Urban

        5.4.4. Destination activity in Out of Urban / Rural

    5.5. Top Industries in Special Interest Tourism

        5.5.1. Medical Tourism

        5.5.2. Educational Tourism

        5.5.3. Cultural Tourism

6. Categorizing of Global Special Interest Tourism Market

    6.1. Introduction/ Key Findings

    6.2. Current Market Analysis By Purpose (% of Demand)

        6.2.1. Activity

        6.2.2. Educational

        6.2.3. Discovery

        6.2.4. Hobbies

        6.2.5. Challenge

        6.2.6. Relaxation

        6.2.7. Health & Therapy

        6.2.8. Day Tours

    6.3. Current Market Analysis By Activity (% of Demand)

        6.3.1. Environmental

            6.3.1.1. Ecotourism

            6.3.1.2. Nature-based tourism

            6.3.1.3. Wildlife tourism

            6.3.1.4. Others

        6.3.2. Adventure

            6.3.2.1. Backpacking

            6.3.2.2. Mountaineering

            6.3.2.3. Whitewater

            6.3.2.4. Rafting

            6.3.2.5. Bicycling

            6.3.2.6. Others

        6.3.3. Sport

            6.3.3.1. Golf

            6.3.3.2. Tennis

            6.3.3.3. Sailing

            6.3.3.4. Soccer

            6.3.3.5. Cycling

            6.3.3.6. Kayaking

            6.3.3.7. Scuba Diving

            6.3.3.8. Others

    6.4. Current Market Analysis By Tourist Type (% of Demand)

        6.4.1. Domestic

        6.4.2. International

    6.5. Current Market Analysis By Traveler Type (% of Demand)

        6.5.1. Individual

        6.5.2. Couple

        6.5.3. Professional

    6.6. Current Market Analysis By Age Group (% of Demand)

        6.6.1. 15-25 Years

        6.6.2. 26-35 Years

        6.6.3. 36-45 Years

        6.6.4. 46-55 Years

        6.6.5. 66-75 Years

    6.7. Current Market Analysis By Region (% of Demand)

        6.7.1. North America

        6.7.2. Latin America

        6.7.3. Europe

        6.7.4. East Asia

        6.7.5. South Asia

        6.7.6. Oceania

        6.7.7. Middle East & Africa

7. Categorizing of North America Special Interest Tourism Market

    7.1. Introduction/ Key Findings

    7.2. Current Market Analysis By Purpose (% of Demand)

        7.2.1. Activity

        7.2.2. Educational

        7.2.3. Discovery

        7.2.4. Hobbies

        7.2.5. Challenge

        7.2.6. Relaxation

        7.2.7. Health & Therapy

        7.2.8. Day Tours

    7.3. Current Market Analysis By Activity (% of Demand)

        7.3.1. Environmental

            7.3.1.1. Ecotourism

            7.3.1.2. Nature-based tourism

            7.3.1.3. Wildlife tourism

            7.3.1.4. Others

        7.3.2. Adventure

            7.3.2.1. Backpacking

            7.3.2.2. Mountaineering

            7.3.2.3. Whitewater

            7.3.2.4. Rafting

            7.3.2.5. Bicycling

            7.3.2.6. Others

        7.3.3. Sport

            7.3.3.1. Golf

            7.3.3.2. Tennis

            7.3.3.3. Sailing

            7.3.3.4. Soccer

            7.3.3.5. Cycling

            7.3.3.6. Kayaking

            7.3.3.7. Scuba Diving

            7.3.3.8. Others

    7.4. Current Market Analysis By Tourist Type (% of Demand)

        7.4.1. Domestic

        7.4.2. International

    7.5. Current Market Analysis By Traveler Type (% of Demand)

        7.5.1. Individual

        7.5.2. Couple

        7.5.3. Professional

    7.6. Current Market Analysis By Age Group (% of Demand)

        7.6.1. 15-25 Years

        7.6.2. 26-35 Years

        7.6.3. 36-45 Years

        7.6.4. 46-55 Years

        7.6.5. 66-75 Years

    7.7. Current Market Analysis By Country (% of Demand)

        7.7.1. U.S.

        7.7.2. Canada

8. Categorizing of Latin America Special Interest Tourism Market

    8.1. Introduction/ Key Findings

    8.2. Current Market Analysis By Purpose (% of Demand)

        8.2.1. Activity

        8.2.2. Educational

        8.2.3. Discovery

        8.2.4. Hobbies

        8.2.5. Challenge

        8.2.6. Relaxation

        8.2.7. Health & Therapy

        8.2.8. Day Tours

    8.3. Current Market Analysis By Activity (% of Demand)

        8.3.1. Environmental

            8.3.1.1. Ecotourism

            8.3.1.2. Nature-based tourism

            8.3.1.3. Wildlife tourism

            8.3.1.4. Others

        8.3.2. Adventure

            8.3.2.1. Backpacking

            8.3.2.2. Mountaineering

            8.3.2.3. Whitewater

            8.3.2.4. Rafting

            8.3.2.5. Bicycling

            8.3.2.6. Others

        8.3.3. Sport

            8.3.3.1. Golf

            8.3.3.2. Tennis

            8.3.3.3. Sailing

            8.3.3.4. Soccer

            8.3.3.5. Cycling

            8.3.3.6. Kayaking

            8.3.3.7. Scuba Diving

            8.3.3.8. Others

    8.4. Current Market Analysis By Tourist Type (% of Demand)

        8.4.1. Domestic

        8.4.2. International

    8.5. Current Market Analysis By Traveler Type (% of Demand)

        8.5.1. Individual

        8.5.2. Couple

        8.5.3. Professional

    8.6. Current Market Analysis By Age Group (% of Demand)

        8.6.1. 15-25 Years

        8.6.2. 26-35 Years

        8.6.3. 36-45 Years

        8.6.4. 46-55 Years

        8.6.5. 66-75 Years

    8.7. Current Market Analysis By Country (% of Demand)

        8.7.1. Brazil

        8.7.2. Mexico

        8.7.3. Argentina

        8.7.4. Colombia

        8.7.5. Rest of LA

9. Categorizing of Europe Special Interest Tourism Market

    9.1. Introduction/ Key Findings

    9.2. Current Market Analysis By Purpose (% of Demand)

        9.2.1. Activity

        9.2.2. Educational

        9.2.3. Discovery

        9.2.4. Hobbies

        9.2.5. Challenge

        9.2.6. Relaxation

        9.2.7. Health & Therapy

        9.2.8. Day Tours

    9.3. Current Market Analysis By Activity (% of Demand)

        9.3.1. Environmental

            9.3.1.1. Ecotourism

            9.3.1.2. Nature-based tourism

            9.3.1.3. Wildlife tourism

            9.3.1.4. Others

        9.3.2. Adventure

            9.3.2.1. Backpacking

            9.3.2.2. Mountaineering

            9.3.2.3. Whitewater

            9.3.2.4. Rafting

            9.3.2.5. Bicycling

            9.3.2.6. Others

        9.3.3. Sport

            9.3.3.1. Golf

            9.3.3.2. Tennis

            9.3.3.3. Sailing

            9.3.3.4. Soccer

            9.3.3.5. Cycling

            9.3.3.6. Kayaking

            9.3.3.7. Scuba Diving

            9.3.3.8. Others

    9.4. Current Market Analysis By Tourist Type (% of Demand)

        9.4.1. Domestic

        9.4.2. International

    9.5. Current Market Analysis By Traveler Type (% of Demand)

        9.5.1. Individual

        9.5.2. Couple

        9.5.3. Professional

    9.6. Current Market Analysis By Age Group (% of Demand)

        9.6.1. 15-25 Years

        9.6.2. 26-35 Years

        9.6.3. 36-45 Years

        9.6.4. 46-55 Years

        9.6.5. 66-75 Years

    9.7. Current Market Analysis By Country (% of Demand)

        9.7.1. Germany

        9.7.2. Russia

        9.7.3. France

        9.7.4. Italy

        9.7.5. UK

        9.7.6. Rest of Europe

10. Categorizing of East Asia Special Interest Tourism Market

    10.1. Introduction/ Key Findings

    10.2. Current Market Analysis By Purpose (% of Demand)

        10.2.1. Activity

        10.2.2. Educational

        10.2.3. Discovery

        10.2.4. Hobbies

        10.2.5. Challenge

        10.2.6. Relaxation

        10.2.7. Health & Therapy

        10.2.8. Day Tours

    10.3. Current Market Analysis By Activity (% of Demand)

        10.3.1. Environmental

            10.3.1.1. Ecotourism

            10.3.1.2. Nature-based tourism

            10.3.1.3. Wildlife tourism

            10.3.1.4. Others

        10.3.2. Adventure

            10.3.2.1. Backpacking

            10.3.2.2. Mountaineering

            10.3.2.3. Whitewater

            10.3.2.4. Rafting

            10.3.2.5. Bicycling

            10.3.2.6. Others

        10.3.3. Sport

            10.3.3.1. Golf

            10.3.3.2. Tennis

            10.3.3.3. Sailing

            10.3.3.4. Soccer

            10.3.3.5. Cycling

            10.3.3.6. Kayaking

            10.3.3.7. Scuba Diving

            10.3.3.8. Others

    10.4. Current Market Analysis By Tourist Type (% of Demand)

        10.4.1. Domestic

        10.4.2. International

    10.5. Current Market Analysis By Traveler Type (% of Demand)

        10.5.1. Individual

        10.5.2. Couple

        10.5.3. Professional

    10.6. Current Market Analysis By Age Group (% of Demand)

        10.6.1. 15-25 Years

        10.6.2. 26-35 Years

        10.6.3. 36-45 Years

        10.6.4. 46-55 Years

        10.6.5. 66-75 Years

    10.7. Current Market Analysis By Country (% of Demand)

        10.7.1. China

        10.7.2. Japan

        10.7.3. South Korea

11. Categorizing of South Asia Special Interest Tourism Market

    11.1. Introduction/ Key Findings

    11.2. Current Market Analysis By Purpose (% of Demand)

        11.2.1. Activity

        11.2.2. Educational

        11.2.3. Discovery

        11.2.4. Hobbies

        11.2.5. Challenge

        11.2.6. Relaxation

        11.2.7. Health & Therapy

        11.2.8. Day Tours

    11.3. Current Market Analysis By Activity (% of Demand)

        11.3.1. Environmental

            11.3.1.1. Ecotourism

            11.3.1.2. Nature-based tourism

            11.3.1.3. Wildlife tourism

            11.3.1.4. Others

        11.3.2. Adventure

            11.3.2.1. Backpacking

            11.3.2.2. Mountaineering

            11.3.2.3. Whitewater

            11.3.2.4. Rafting

            11.3.2.5. Bicycling

            11.3.2.6. Others

        11.3.3. Sport

            11.3.3.1. Golf

            11.3.3.2. Tennis

            11.3.3.3. Sailing

            11.3.3.4. Soccer

            11.3.3.5. Cycling

            11.3.3.6. Kayaking

            11.3.3.7. Scuba Diving

            11.3.3.8. Others

    11.4. Current Market Analysis By Tourist Type (% of Demand)

        11.4.1. Domestic

        11.4.2. International

    11.5. Current Market Analysis By Traveler Type (% of Demand)

        11.5.1. Individual

        11.5.2. Couple

        11.5.3. Professional

    11.6. Current Market Analysis By Age Group (% of Demand)

        11.6.1. 15-25 Years

        11.6.2. 26-35 Years

        11.6.3. 36-45 Years

        11.6.4. 46-55 Years

        11.6.5. 66-75 Years

    11.7. Current Market Analysis By Country (% of Demand)

        11.7.1. India

        11.7.2. Malaysia

        11.7.3. Indonesia

        11.7.4. Thailand

        11.7.5. Philippines

        11.7.6. Cambodia

        11.7.7. Vietnam

        11.7.8. Rest of SA

12. Categorizing of Oceania Special Interest Tourism Market

    12.1. Introduction/ Key Findings

    12.2. Current Market Analysis By Purpose (% of Demand)

        12.2.1. Activity

        12.2.2. Educational

        12.2.3. Discovery

        12.2.4. Hobbies

        12.2.5. Challenge

        12.2.6. Relaxation

        12.2.7. Health & Therapy

        12.2.8. Day Tours

    12.3. Current Market Analysis By Activity (% of Demand)

        12.3.1. Environmental

            12.3.1.1. Ecotourism

            12.3.1.2. Nature-based tourism

            12.3.1.3. Wildlife tourism

            12.3.1.4. Others

        12.3.2. Adventure

            12.3.2.1. Backpacking

            12.3.2.2. Mountaineering

            12.3.2.3. Whitewater

            12.3.2.4. Rafting

            12.3.2.5. Bicycling

            12.3.2.6. Others

        12.3.3. Sport

            12.3.3.1. Golf

            12.3.3.2. Tennis

            12.3.3.3. Sailing

            12.3.3.4. Soccer

            12.3.3.5. Cycling

            12.3.3.6. Kayaking

            12.3.3.7. Scuba Diving

            12.3.3.8. Others

    12.4. Current Market Analysis By Tourist Type (% of Demand)

        12.4.1. Domestic

        12.4.2. International

    12.5. Current Market Analysis By Traveler Type (% of Demand)

        12.5.1. Individual

        12.5.2. Couple

        12.5.3. Professional

    12.6. Current Market Analysis By Age Group (% of Demand)

        12.6.1. 15-25 Years

        12.6.2. 26-35 Years

        12.6.3. 36-45 Years

        12.6.4. 46-55 Years

        12.6.5. 66-75 Years

    12.7. Current Market Analysis By Country (% of Demand)

        12.7.1. Australia

        12.7.2. New Zealand

13. Categorizing of Middle East and Africa Special Interest Tourism Market

    13.1. Introduction/ Key Findings

    13.2. Current Market Analysis By Purpose (% of Demand)

        13.2.1. Activity

        13.2.2. Educational

        13.2.3. Discovery

        13.2.4. Hobbies

        13.2.5. Challenge

        13.2.6. Relaxation

        13.2.7. Health & Therapy

        13.2.8. Day Tours

    13.3. Current Market Analysis By Activity (% of Demand)

        13.3.1. Environmental

            13.3.1.1. Ecotourism

            13.3.1.2. Nature-based tourism

            13.3.1.3. Wildlife tourism

            13.3.1.4. Others

        13.3.2. Adventure

            13.3.2.1. Backpacking

            13.3.2.2. Mountaineering

            13.3.2.3. Whitewater

            13.3.2.4. Rafting

            13.3.2.5. Bicycling

            13.3.2.6. Others

        13.3.3. Sport

            13.3.3.1. Golf

            13.3.3.2. Tennis

            13.3.3.3. Sailing

            13.3.3.4. Soccer

            13.3.3.5. Cycling

            13.3.3.6. Kayaking

            13.3.3.7. Scuba Diving

            13.3.3.8. Others

    13.4. Current Market Analysis By Tourist Type (% of Demand)

        13.4.1. Domestic

        13.4.2. International

    13.5. Current Market Analysis By Traveler Type (% of Demand)

        13.5.1. Individual

        13.5.2. Couple

        13.5.3. Professional

    13.6. Current Market Analysis By Age Group (% of Demand)

        13.6.1. 15-25 Years

        13.6.2. 26-35 Years

        13.6.3. 36-45 Years

        13.6.4. 46-55 Years

        13.6.5. 66-75 Years

    13.7. Current Market Analysis By Country (% of Demand)

        13.7.1. Turkey

        13.7.2. South Africa

        13.7.3. UAE

        13.7.4. Egypt

        13.7.5. Jordan

14. Social Media Sentimental Analysis

    14.1. Social Media Platforms Preferred

        14.1.1. Facebook

        14.1.2. YouTube

        14.1.3. Instagram

        14.1.4. Twitter

        14.1.5. Linkedin

        14.1.6. Pinterest

        14.1.7. Snapchat

        14.1.8. Google+

        14.1.9. Others

    14.2. Consumer Perception for Destinations On Social Media Platforms-Positive and Negative Mentions

    14.3. Trending Destinations; Locations

    14.4. Trending #Hashtags

    14.5. Social Media Platform Mentions (% of Total Mentions)

    14.6. Region-Wise Social Media Mentions (% of Total Mentions)

    14.7. Trending Subject Titles

15. Competition Analysis

    15.1. Competition Dashboard

    15.2. Competition Benchmarking

    15.3. Competition Deep Dive

        15.3.1. Martin Randall Travel Limited

            15.3.1.1. Overview

            15.3.1.2. Service Portfolio

            15.3.1.3. Strategy Overview/campaigns

        15.3.2.  Audley Travel

            15.3.2.1. Overview

            15.3.2.2. Service Portfolio

            15.3.2.3. Strategy Overview/campaigns

        15.3.3. Trafalgar

            15.3.3.1. Overview

            15.3.3.2. Service Portfolio

            15.3.3.3. Strategy Overview/campaigns

        15.3.4. Wild Frontier

            15.3.4.1. Overview

            15.3.4.2. Service Portfolio

            15.3.4.3. Strategy Overview/campaigns

        15.3.5. Carlson Holdings, Inc.

            15.3.5.1. Overview

            15.3.5.2. Service Portfolio

            15.3.5.3. Strategy Overview/campaigns

        15.3.6. National Geographic Partners, LLC.

            15.3.6.1. Overview

            15.3.6.2. Service Portfolio

            15.3.6.3. Strategy Overview/campaigns

        15.3.7. Flight Centre Travel Group Ltd.

            15.3.7.1. Overview

            15.3.7.2. Service Portfolio

            15.3.7.3. Strategy Overview/campaigns

        15.3.8.  Booking Holdings, Inc.

            15.3.8.1. Overview

            15.3.8.2. Service Portfolio

            15.3.8.3. Strategy Overview/campaigns

        15.3.9. Lakeland Tours LLC

            15.3.9.1. Overview

            15.3.9.2. Service Portfolio

            15.3.9.3. Strategy Overview/campaigns

        15.3.10. EF Educational Tours

            15.3.10.1. Overview

            15.3.10.2. Service Portfolio

            15.3.10.3. Strategy Overview/campaigns

        15.3.11. Wendy Wu Tours

            15.3.11.1. Overview

            15.3.11.2. Service Portfolio

            15.3.11.3. Strategy Overview/campaigns

        15.3.12. ACIS

            15.3.12.1. Overview

            15.3.12.2. Service Portfolio

            15.3.12.3. Strategy Overview/campaigns

        15.3.13. Educational Tours, Inc.

            15.3.13.1. Overview

            15.3.13.2. Service Portfolio

            15.3.13.3. Strategy Overview/campaigns

        15.3.14. myMEDholiday.com

            15.3.14.1. Overview

            15.3.14.2. Service Portfolio

            15.3.14.3. Strategy Overview/campaigns

        15.3.15. Medical Tourism Corporation

            15.3.15.1. Overview

            15.3.15.2. Service Portfolio

            15.3.15.3. Strategy Overview/campaigns

        15.3.16. Intrepid Group

            15.3.16.1. Overview

            15.3.16.2. Service Portfolio

            15.3.16.3. Strategy Overview/campaigns

        15.3.17. Cox and King’s Ltd.

            15.3.17.1. Overview

            15.3.17.2. Service Portfolio

            15.3.17.3. Strategy Overview/campaigns

        15.3.18. Geographic Expeditions

            15.3.18.1. Overview

            15.3.18.2. Service Portfolio

            15.3.18.3. Strategy Overview/campaigns

        15.3.19. Kuoda Travel

            15.3.19.1. Overview

            15.3.19.2. Service Portfolio

            15.3.19.3. Strategy Overview/campaigns

        15.3.20. Others (as per request)

            15.3.20.1. Overview

            15.3.20.2. Service Portfolio

            15.3.20.3. Strategy Overview/campaigns

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17. Research Methodology

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