The potential for the sex tourism industry to become legalised in South Africa with regard to the 2010 FIFA World Cup was an issue which raised much controversy and was at the top of the agenda for debate within government, the business sector and civil society. This book provides an investigation into the perceptions of students at a Further Education & Training College towards the sex tourism industry, together with selected components such as child sex tourism and human trafficking. A life in prostitution can begin due to a number of contributing factors such as poverty and human trafficking. During the course of this book the socio-cultural impacts of these components shall be examined. The training of tourism and hospitality staff is seen as a vehicle for combating one of the components of the sex tourism industry, namely, child sex tourism and, thus, it is necessary to examine these antecedent factors. There is very little academic literature on the sex tourism industry in South Africa and this study is geared towards professionals in the tourism industry and academics as a tool to shed some light on this rapidly growing industry.