Flying drones and taking videos with them has become a pretty mainstream pastime, and legislation is catching up to it. This, of course, means that the activity is banned in a lot of places where people live or could comfortably pay a quick visit to. Circling your home gets old after a while, so people are looking for places that are more exciting than their backyards.
Some tourist agencies are already doing this, and since this is not a winner-take-all market, there is plenty of space for new players to offer such services and put some nice spins on the topic.
During research, I also found out that drone tourism also has another meaning: experiencing an area remotely through drones. Hmm.