Skip to main content

Research Repository

Advanced Search

Perceptions of the Trinidad carnival experience from international travel bloggers

Holder, A.; Scott, N.

Authors

N. Scott



Contributors

Noel Scott
Editor

Jun Gao
Editor

JianYu Ma
Editor

Abstract

This chapter presents a case study of the Trinidad and Tobago carnival experience and focuses on international travel bloggers' perceptions of the carnival. This study epitomizes a wide array of sensory and affective dimensions of the carnival experience. Of greater significance, the analysis of blogs and their authors' personal accounts revealed that this platform serves as a useful tool to appeal to one's senses and inner feelings, a characteristic that experience-based destination marketers may find valuable.

Publication Date 2017
Deposit Date Feb 9, 2023
Publisher CAB International Publishing
Pages 248-260
Series Title CABI Series in Tourism Management Research
Book Title Visitor experience design
ISBN 978-1-78639-189-6
DOI https://doi.org/10.1079/9781786391896.0248