Relationship Between Migration And Migration

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It is crucial to understand how migration influences tourism development (Gamage and King, 1999; Feng and Page, 2000; William and Hall, 2000; Butler, 2003; O’Reilly, 2003). There is limited information on the relationship between migration and tourism especially in the Sub Saharan Region. Therefore, the results produced from the study will contribute vastly to the relationship between tourism and migration in the Southern region of Africa through Visiting Friends and Relative travel. The link between tourism and migration can be traced back to the period of Grand Tour where aristocracy visits from Northern to Southern Europe. This influenced destination to provide goods and services that promotes tourism though migration (William and Hall, 2000). It is argued that the relationship between tourism and migration can be traced back to history and this evidenced by the immigrants when they attempt to connect with their past when they visit their original place of stay (William and Hall, 2000; Butler, 2003; O’Reilly, 2003). It is significant to understand that tourism does not lead to migration but migration leads to tourism (William and Hall, 2000). Migration and mobility is as a result of push-pull factors such as promotion of opportunities, work, conflict and trade (Boyd, 1989; Nshimbi and Fioramonti, 2014). William (2013) asserts that there are four determinants which contribute to mobility patterns: technology, market relationships, cultures of mobility and the state. Feng

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