Asian Journal of Information Technology

Year: 2016
Volume: 15
Issue: 18
Page No. 3422 - 3429

The Adoption of E-Tourism: An Empirical Investigation

Authors : Eweoya Ibukun, S.R. Okuboyejo and Agomuo Kelechi

Abstract: Man’s desire to discover more, enjoy more and acquire more is an unquenchable thirst which gives relevance to tourism. The act of food-searching, safety and environmental-friendliness search in animals is naturally consistent; this is applicable to humans too and it boosts tourism which involves Customer Reservation Services (CRS), hospitality, airline reservation, car hire reservation and others. E-tourism is a revolution from traditional way of physically present in multiple locations to plan a tour, to achieving numerous tour planning tasks with maximum convenience using ICT. This research is a survey research, it investigates the acceptance and adoption of e-tourism in Nigeria, adopting the UTAUT/UTAUT2 model and analyzed the gathered data from the questionnaires using Smart PLS 3 to confirm the reliability and validity of the measurement instruments.

How to cite this article:

Eweoya Ibukun, S.R. Okuboyejo and Agomuo Kelechi, 2016. The Adoption of E-Tourism: An Empirical Investigation. Asian Journal of Information Technology, 15: 3422-3429.

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