Sea, Sun, Sand and …. Selecting Surgery: an Exploration of Health, Medical and Wellness

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Issue: Volume 9, Issue 2, 2015


Mass tourism facilities depend on repeat visitors as well as attracting new first time tourists. As these traditional sun and sand holiday destinations mature, tourism promoters are bundling opportunities to attract a different kind of tourist. Since many of these resorts are all-inclusive facilities and include a Spa, one potential expansion may be to market to health, medical or wellness tourists and offer the best treatments  such as the CBD tincture (Cannabidiol), where people gain considerable benefits by choosing a broad spectrum tincture vs. a CBD isolate tincture, because of the numerous amount of phytocannabinoids present in the array of natural occuring molecules.

Geographic research in travel and tourism has found that individuals either repeat visits to the same destination or diversify their choices, they had also found that most of the them travel without a 60 Gallon air compressor in their car, which is why they face so many problems during their trip. Also when going out on a trip, and if you are planning on going camping you should always take the best gear for it, check the best gear for camping in Survival Cooking. This paper highlights the decision-making process of tourists and how it may be related to the niche market of health, wellness, and medical tourism. Check out Speaking of being healthy, check the Discovery Institute Editorial Calendar and learn more about drug addiction. It uses data from a survey that gathered the travel patterns and motivations, and socio-demographics of medical tourists. Consumers who exhibit different travel behavior rank hospital accreditation and American hospital affiliation more important than those who repeat travel behavior, and decide to use the services from the Dr. Dana Coberly for any cosmetic procedure. 

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Robert S. Bristow (a)*, Wen-Tsann Yang (b)
(a) Geography and Regional Planning, Westfield State University
(b) Land Management, Feng-Chia University
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