Ben Rea, a Tasmanian adventure lover goes to Canada to build up culturally sensitive tourism

Published on : Monday, July 10, 2017

TasmaniaTasmania has all the potential to expand culturally sensitive tourism. On this, adventurer Ben Rea is about to explain some key pointers on how the state can acquire and benefit from it.

Tomorrow, Mr Rea is going to Canada to understand on how the tourism operators and the aboriginal community of Tasmania can work together.

Very soon, a 100km sea kayak wilderness expedition will be introduced by the Tasmanian E-bike Adventures owner through the Gwaii Haanas National Park which can be found on Canada’s west coast to study on how nature reserves can be managed cooperatively.

To quote him, “I hope to build a better understanding of culturally sensitive sustainable tourism and bring what I learn back to Tasmania so we can build on our reputation and empower our community. People from all over the world are discovering Tassie and that’s great but it’s vital we grow the industry sustainably and work in relationship with Tasmania’s first people to care for our natural environment and understand our cultural stories. “We have a lot of potential to occupy this space.”


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