Back to the full blog... It's ok to give responsibility to your guests as sometimes, the customer is not always right... Prefer to listen & watch? This article has a video version. Video please So often we get angry with travelers behaving badly, and yet, I wonder if
In this article for Checkfront I layout two strategies for taking advantage of your power to educate and your guests, turning them into responsible travelers. For further reading, check out this technique for changing your guest's perspective. See the original article over at Checkfront. Read Article Related articles:
The ability to influence people and change their perspective is a powerful yet underutilized tour guide ability. Prefer to listen & watch? This article has a video version. Video please Learning to (or training your guides to) educate travelers can be simple, incredibly impactful, and easily added to any
If you've never thought about ethical storytelling, you're not alone, but you can easily change that (and greatly improve the impact of your tours). Prefer to listen & watch? This article has a video version. Video please This article was inspired by a feature in Unearth Women's 'Consent Issue'
In my experience, it's uncommon to find a more diverse history represented on a tour. Prefer to listen & watch? This article has a video version. Video please It's not intentional, but tours are usually created once and then passed on from guide to guide. Rarely are tours