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This study examines the relationship between the activities in which visitors participate and their satisfaction with a destination. It investigates a theory that proposes visitors who participate in four realms of tourist activities will express greater satisfaction than those who participate in fewer realms. The findings revealed no significant relationship between satisfaction and either the type or number of activities in which a tourist engages.

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The Impact of Activity Participation on Satisfaction

This study examines the relationship between the activities in which visitors participate and their satisfaction with a destination. It investigates a theory that proposes visitors who participate in four realms of tourist activities will express greater satisfaction than those who participate in fewer realms. The findings revealed no significant relationship between satisfaction and either the type or number of activities in which a tourist engages.