Roger that, work in progress!
Glad to hear that others find this topic interesting too! In my opinion tourism will always play an important role of the country’s economy and structure of population and even better, it will always evolve! Combining our experiences might answer many questions we all have regarding the subject, looking forward to that.
What an amenity is often related to properties, as in what makes the property extra desirable. This may be the case of an extra bed-room but also a nice backyard, though many people, like me, interpret it a bit wider. In this sense, amenities for us are the beautiful nature, animals and extra services that we offer on the farm. Most of these are things that you cannot experience in the cities.
Seasonality is also a matter of aspect. For us the high season is of course the summertime but just because winter sets in, people don’t want to stop experiencing. It is just a matter of adjustment and fit the change of demand, for example laying down cross-country ski tracks or offer conferences and teambuilding.
Regarding eco-tourism it is not only about leaving minimal footprints in the nature but also the learning experience. If the client can go home with a feeling of great experience that did not come of the cost of mother nature but also learnt from it, then in my opinion you are doing it right. Not only exploit what is there but also give something back!
Wow, i’m rambling on haha. The aspect of tourism is so wide and there is always something new and interesting to discuss
Creating logo and picture is on the way and hopefully done before todays end.