Tourist Preference Towards Dark Tourism Attraction (A Case Study of Kelud Mountain)


Authors : Jili Anggraita Sari; Turniningtyas Ayu R; Fadly Usman

Volume/Issue : Volume 5 - 2020, Issue 8 - August

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DOI : 10.38124/IJISRT20AUG380

- Dark tourism is one of the new themes in the industry of tourism. One of the ways is utilizing disaster tourism sites to attract visitors. Dark tourism can be an income alternative for the local people who live near the sites. Kelud Mountain in Kediri Regency is one of the examples of dark tourism destinations where visitors swarm it. It is an active volcano with its last eruption in the past six years. Before eruption there was a phenomenal tourist attraction named “Anak Gunung Kelud”, but now after eruption the crater of Kelud mountain is main attraction in location. Every day especially on the weekend there are many visitors come to location, so it is essential to find out the elements in tourism as an attraction for visitors using konjoin analysis.

Keywords : Dark Tourism, Tourist,Environmental

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