Turismo post-Covid para personas con discapacidad: Estudio de preferencias en Perú

Heber Luis Olavarria-Benavides, Cordova Buiza Franklin

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Tourism faces a problem that had not been experienced before COVID-19, this crisis allows us to rethink the tourism sector to make it better, resilient, sustainable and inclusive. The objective of the research was to determine preferences of people with disabilities who reside in Lima, the capital of Peru, to carry out post-Covid tourism, the sample consisted of 102 people registered with the National Council for the Integration of Persons with Disabilities. The research method is descriptive, with a quantitative, non-experimental and cross-sectional approach. The main results were that 56% of respondents with disabilities are between 21 and 40 years old, 81% travel accompanied and 44% will definitely travel and do tourism after the pandemic. It was concluded that people with disabilities are willing to carry out post-Covid tourism with preferences in adventure, historical, cultural and ecotourism tourism; they seek to satisfy the needs of leisure and cultural exchange; they will require special assistance, biosafety measures in transportation and accessibility to tourist resources, finally they require that sign language or braille be used to make communication more accessible. Therefore, it is concluded that the requirements of people with disabilities can be met by the Peruvian tourist offer and constitute a potential unattended tourist demand.

Título traducido de la contribuciónPost-Covid tourism for people with disabilities: A study of preferences in Peru
Idioma originalEspañol
Páginas (desde-hasta)482-500
PublicaciónRevista Venezolana de Gerencia
EstadoIndizado - 5 ago. 2023

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Palabras clave

  • Inclusive tourism
  • disabled person
  • disabled tourists
  • post-Covid tourism


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