Tourism Naturally

Rethinking Sustainable Experience

Join the 1st Tourism Naturally Online Symposium 
and become part of an innovative and agile community
to actively shape the future of tourism.

Register now!

Click below to participate in the free online event. You will be forwarded to an external page to fill in the registration form.

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TNC's purpose is to host a diverse body of experts who all share an ambitious vision and understanding of the environment. Our values, mission and vision reflect these virtues. Read more about them here.

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Tourism Naturally is a platform founded in 2016 to address the myriad of issues that arise for nature. Through this symposium, we aim to create awareness, explore different points of view and discuss with like-minded people current challenges of the industry to facilitate solutions for more sustainable tourism models.

Mission and Values

Discover our Mission, Vision and Values for turning the Symposium into an inclusive and forward-thinking event. 

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Due to the pandemic, the online symposium has been created as a new independent format. The Tourism Naturally Online Symposium will be a 1-day free event with a special focus on advancing experience with nature-based tourism, wellness and health & medical tourism and utilising smart technologies for sustainable development in this context. This format aims to bring together industry practitioners, policy makers, researchers and students to exchange ideas and search for solutions.

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The precarious situation of the tourism industry makes it imperative to look at these issues not only but also in the context of the pandemic, from both an academic and a practical perspective, in order to jointly find ways and means to use this formative time to address change, expose malpractices and forge new paths towards a meaningful future.


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Nature Based Tourism

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Wellness, Health & Medical Tourism