The GLTRG extends a warm welcome to academicians and practitioners alike, with the aim of fostering and progressing geographical research in tourism and leisure studies.
About the GLTRG
The GLTRG was officially founded in 2000 as the result of and is a research branch of the Royal Geographical Society, with the Institute of British Geographers. Stemming from activities of the Limited Life Working Party on the Geography of British Tourism, the GLTRG now has a global reach and encompasses tourism and leisure throughout the world.
Memberships of the GLTRG is open to all fully paid fellows (including Associate members) of the RGS-IBG. Membership of the GLTRG is free for RGS-IBG Fellows and provides you access to a range of resources, networks and events.
Research interests of GLTRG members spans a wide range of topics including: contemporary and historical, international and domestic and production and consumption practices of tourism and leisure.