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We just joined in on a purposeful trip where vacationers went down to Brazil to immerse themselves in the Nature there by doing grunt work for scientists. But, as we well know, some Americans sequester themselves within the exclusive walls of a resort and never rub elbows with the locals during their entire vacation. This week I talked about this isolationist-type of travel with a professor of Environmental Studies at the University of West Florida, Dr. Klaus Meyer-Arendt, and he started out by giving me a definition of enclave tourism...what it is, and what it means for the traveler...

Interview: Dr. Klaus Meyer-Arendt on Enclave Tourism


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