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Recent articles by the BBC, The Guardian, The Globe and Mail, The Smithsonian Magazine, and others have discussed various aspects of “slum tourism.” This phenomenon, which began in Rio de Janeiro around 1992 and has now been popularized in Buenos Aires, New Delhi, Johannesburg, … Continue reading
By Dian Hasan | October 5, 2009 The Oscar-winning movie Slumdog Millionaire has made the world’s poor urban districts a popular tourist destination. Is it supportive or exploitive? National Geographic Traveler takes a look. There was a time when most … Continue reading
Looking beyond its wildlife and nature’s endowments there is much poverty and destitution in Africa. James Asudi, general manager of Kenyan-based Victoria Safaris has come up with a novel idea to show case the same; Slum Tours. One-day visitors tread … Continue reading