Could mega theme parks help solve overtourism?


Overtourism is on the up and up. While spots like Venice, Barcelona and Boracay Beach are all feeling the effects of overcrowding, a host of new destinations are struggling too, from Bulgaria’s overcrowded beach resorts to Tel Aviv’s issues with AirBnb.

As overtourism gets its sticky fingers all over the world’s landscapes, both urban and natural, everyone from world organisations to local protesters have been getting involved in the fight against it. But the next wave of aid could come from an unlikely source.

Behemoth of both dreams and holidays, Disney has recently announced it will be creating a new private island resort in the Bahamas as a stop on its Disney Cruise Line.

This follows a spate…

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