While the analysis of the tourist experience often relies on the visual representations, recent research also increasingly calls for a multisensory understanding of tourism research. Soundscapes are an emerging type of tourism attraction that contributes to the protection and promotion of the sense of place. Departing from the use of video in ethnographic practice, this research notes illustrates the features of soundscapes in nature-based tourism research based on video auto-ethnography. Results show that the sounds of water, animals and gastronomy are evocative of people, places and practices in nature-based tourism experiences.
"The sounds of travel: video ethnography in multisensory tourism research,"
Journal of Sustainability and Resilience: Vol. 3
, Article 3.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.usf.edu/jsr/vol3/iss2/3