Dr Duduzile Dlamini-Boemah did both her primary and high school education in KwaZulu- Natal. She further did her tertiary studies in various Universities in South Africa and abroad. Her initial interest was Geography, Education and Environmental Management. Later she acquired interest in Tourism and pursued her PhD studies in Tourism Management with the University of Pretoria which she obtained. Her research interest is in interpretive guiding, environmental education, educational tourism and climate change in tourism. She has published papers on interpretive guiding and presented conference papers national and internationally. She is an external examiner in tourism and environmental education of many South African Universities.
B.Paed. (UniZulu); SSTD (UniZulu); FDE (RAU); B.A. (Hons) Forthare); M.Ed. (Ohio); M.A. (Ohio); M.Phil. (Stellenbosch); PhD (University of Pretoria).
Research on interpretive guiding; Ecotourism; Environmental Education in Tourism; Educational Tourism.