Critical Horizons has once again brought its crystal ball to Bunbury – this time around to consider the future of ecotourism.
Experts gathered in the South West city on Friday October 19 to share their thoughts about nature-based tourism in the years ahead, and whether they could foresee any grey clouds on the horizon.
The conference, held at Casellas Function Centre, featured Francisco Dousdebés as the keynote speaker.
The commercial manager of the Galapagos Marine Reserve’s largest tour operator, Metropolitan Touring Ecuador, Mr Dousdebés spoke on the topic “Ecotourism – thinking beyond eco and acting beyond tourism.”
In the spotlight were Bunbury’s dolphins, the artificial reefs proposed for Geographe Bay, and opportunities for cycle-tourism. Speaker presentations.