1. BOTHA, A. & SAAYMAN, A.  2013. Modelling tourism demand for South Africa: An almost ideal demand system approach.  Journal of Economic and Financial Sciences. 6(3): 683-706.
  2. CINI, F., KRUGER, P.S. & ELLIS, S.  2013. A model of intrinsic and extrinsic motivations on subjective well-being: the experience of overnight visitors to a National park. Applied Research in Quality of Life. 8:45-61.
  3. CINI, F. & SAAYMAN, M. 2013. Understanding visitor’s image of the oldest marine park in Africa. Current Issues in Tourism. Special Issue, 16(7-8):664-681.
  4. DE WITT, L., VAN DER MERWE, P. & SAAYMAN, M. 2013. Critical ecotourism factors applicable to national parks: a visitor perspective. Tourism review international, 17(3): 179-194.  
  5. DU PLESSIS, E. & SAAYMAN, M.  2013. Pricing guidelines for graded hotels and guesthouses in South Africa.  Tourism Review International, 17(2):89-101.
  6. DU PLESSIS, L., VAN DER MERWE, P. & SAAYMAN, M.  2013. Tourists’ perception on whether South African national parks are environmentally friendly. Acta Academica, 45(1):187-208.
  7. GIAMPICCOLI, A. & HAYWARD-KALIS, J.  2012. Tourism and food: a possible linage of community-based tourism local foods and community development. Culture, Agriculture, Food and Environment, 34 (2): 101-123.
  8. KRUGER, M. & SAAYMAN, M.  2013. Assessing the viability of first-time and repeat visitors to an international jazz festival in South Africa.  Event Management, 17(2):179-194.
  9. KRUGER, M. & SAAYMAN, M. 2013. Who are the real comrades of the Comrades Marathon? South African Journal of Research in Sport, Physical Education and Recreation, 35(1):71-92.
  10. KRUGER, M. & SAAYMAN, M. 2013. How green are visitors at a green wine destivation in South Africa? Acta Acadenuca, 45(3): 63-98.
  11. KRUGER, M. & SAAYMAN, M. 2013. Why keep on paddling? Evidence from a South African canoe marathon. The African Journal for Physical, Health, Education, Recreation and Dance, 19(4:2): 1158-1173.
  12. Kruger, M., Viljoen, A. & Saayman, M. 2013.  Who pays to view wildflowers? Journal of Ecotourism, 12(3): 146-164.
  13. KRUGER S., ROOTENBERG C., & ELLIS, S.  2013. Examining the influence of the wine festival experience on tourists'. Quality of Life. Social Indicators Research, 111:1(2), 435-452.
  14. KRUGELL, W.F. & SAAYMAN, M.  2013. Running the green race: Willingness-to-pay evidence from the Two Oceans Marathon 2011. South African Journal of Research in Sport, Physical Education and Recreation, 35(1):53-70.
  15. LUCREZI, S., SAAYMAN, M., & VAN DER MERWE, P. 2013. Managing diving impacts on reef ecosystems: Analysis of putative influences of motivations, marine life preferences and experience on divers’ environmental perceptions. Ocean and Coastal Management, 76(May): 52-63.
  16. LUCREZI, S & SAAYMAN, M. VAN DER MERWE, P.  2013. Perceived diving impacts and management implications at a popular South African reef. Coastal Management, 41 (5): 381-400.
  17. NAUDE, R., KRUGER, P.S. & SAAYMAN, M.  2013. Who to work for? A hotel or a resort.  International Journal of Hospitality Management, 33 (June): 331-338.
  18. IVANOVIC, M. & SAAYMAN, M.  2013. Telling or selling? Experiencing South African cultural heritage tourism products.  African Journal for Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, Supplement 2 (Sepember):172-186.
  19. IVANOVIC, M. & SAAYMAN, M.  2013. South Africa calling cultural tourists. African Journal for Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, Supplement 2 (Sepember):138-154.
  20. SAAYMAN, A. & CORTES-JIMÉNEZ, I.  2013. Modelling intercontinental tourism consumption in South Africa: a system of equations approach. South African Journal of Economics, 81(4): 538 – 560 (Dec).
  21. SAAYMAN, A. & SAAYMAN, M.  2013. Exchange rate volatility and tourism - revisiting the nature of the relationship.  European Journal of Tourism Research, 6(2):104-121.
  22. SAAYMAN, M., ROSSOUW, R.  & SAAYMAN, A.  2013. Socio-economic impact of the Table Mountain National Park.  Journal of Economic and Financial sciences, 6(2):439-458.
  23. SAAYMAN, M., SAAYMAN, A. & JOUBERT, E,M.  2013. The contribution of the Wacky Wine festival to the local economy. Journal of Contemporary Management, (10): 427-447.
  24. SCHOLTZ, M., KRUGER, M. & SAAYMAN, M.  2013.  Understanding the reasons why tourists visit the Kruger National Park during a recession.  Acta Commerci, 13 (1): 1-9.
  25. SLABBERT, E. & VIVIERS, P.  2013. The impacts of a major South African Arts Festival: the voices of the community. African Journal for Physical, Health Education, Recreation and Dance,19(3): 623-638.
  26. SLABBERT, E. & DU PLESSIS, E.  2013.  Do socio-demographic factors influence the travel behaviours of visitors to nature-based tourism products in South Africa? African Journal for Physical, Health Education, Recreation and Dance, 19(3): 639-660.
  27. SLABBERT, E., VIVIERS, P. & ERASMUS, J.  2013.  The influence of length of residency on the social impacts of National Arts Festivals in South Africa. Journal of Human Ecology, 44(1): 85-95.
  28. VAN DER MERWE, P. & SAAYMAN, M.  2013. Who are the South African hunters and why do they hunt? Journal of Hospitality Management and Tourism, 4(1):9-18.
  29. VAN NIEKERK, M. & SAAYMAN, M.  2013. The influences of tourism awareness on the travel patterns and career choices of high school students in South Africa. Tourism Review, 68(4): 19-33.
  30. VAN TONDER, C., SAAYMAN, M. & KRUGELL, W.F. 2013. Tourists' characteristics and willingness to pay to see the Big-5". Journal of Economics and Financial Science, 6(3): 631-644.
  31. VAN WYK, L.M., SAAYMAN, M. & ROSSOUW, R. 2013. Economic impact of KKNK National Arts Festival. Journal of Economic and Financial Science, 6(1):129-152.
  32. VIVIERS, P., BOTHA, K. & PERL, C.  2013. Push and pull factors of Afrikaans arts festivals in South Africa. South African Journal for Research in Sport, Physical Education and Recreation, 35(2): 211-229.
  33. WILLIAMS, K. & SAAYMAN, M.  2013. Relationship between travel motives and key success factors of visitors at a jazz festival. South African Journal of Research in Sport, Physical Education and Recreation 35(1): 183-202.