The global business of tourism has shown that different types of tourism involve a range of impacts at the environmental and social level. Mass tourism is without any doubt the main contributor of the most visible and great effects, most of which are negative. To curb this trend, a common understanding was needed among different countries to regulate and guide industry players. This gave rise to the formulation of Sustainable Tourism Best Practices as a facilitating tool for community businesses and for hotel and tour operators to take certain actions which permit them to follow the necessary steps to perform and maintain sustainable development (Gossling & Hall, 2006). The World Tourism Organization (WTO) defines sustainable tourism as satisfying current tourist and host community needs, while protecting and improving future opportunities. Sustainable tourism acts a guide in the management of all resources, in a manner which allows the meeting of social, aesthetic, and economic needs, while addressing sustainably cultural integrity, life support systems, cultural integrity, and biological diversity. Tourism industry players need to adopt best practices including corrective and improved measures put in place in every section of tourist business management and operation (Mihalič, 2010).