Infrastructure should not be provided at the cost of disturbing the cultural and environmental phenomena of the region. It is a challenge for the government to take steps to build the infrastructure, take adequate care of the tourist attractions, and create sufficient, round-the-clock tourist facilities and all the imaginable necessities without hurting the attractions or the environment much. All these should be done by keeping the environmental impact in check on not just the eco balance of the region, but also the possible impact on old historical buildings, precariously balanced ancient monuments and other equally endangered manuscripts, books, records, paintings, murals, scriptures, caves etc. This needs highly strategic management and professional approach from every angle.
Ritichie and Crouch's model belongs to the global (macro) environment, because global forces are shaping the world of tourism. "the totality of global forces affecting destination competitiveness/sustainability is captured within what we term as'onionskin taxonomy'. By this we mean that the global forces may be viewed as consisting of different layers surrounding the destination (represented by the globe in centre)" Richtie and Crouch (2003, p. 80). According to them, the environmental forces internal and external, rule the tourism of the region. ...Show more
We are here talking about the sustainable tourism that most of the countries have adopted today. In tourism the main assets are the cultural peculiarities and environmental glories. Hence, it is necessary to protect them from the onslaught of tourism or vandalism without being fanatic about them…
COVER PAGE ESSAY A CRITIQUE ON THE TOURISM PLANNING AND POLICY IN CROATIA YOUR NAME TABLE OF CONTENTS Executive Summary 2 1. Introduction 4 1.1 Key features of existing tourism patterns, significance to the economy and employment 4 1.2 Key institutions responsible for the policy framework and tourism development 4.
In this report the above statement will be critically reviewed and also the way in which the global tourism industry has responded to these events will be analysed. For the purpose of the study affect of terrorist attacks on the tourism industry will be evaluated too.
The author states that tourism planning takes place at three different stages or levels: nationally, locally and one’s attraction. It is practiced through the development of policy, the national standards, and the institutions. At the site level, it involves the planning, design and the development of individual tourist attractions.
1. Unrealistic, inappropriate and irregular intelligence combined with less focus on tourism research, forecasting and data driven strategic planning are the key factors affecting the two popular destinations of the world. One of the primary issues common to both destinations are managing the diversities in terms of culture, luxuries and bringing regional priorities in line with the local priorities which plays a crucial role to improve the standard of services to every single tourist.
The major aim of this project or programme is to maximize the benefits and significance of tourism development and growth in the local Silk Road Communities. The objective of is to create a memorable and seamless Silk Road travel experience. One of the aims is to analyse the type of development: how the developmental program affected the grass root level.
It manifested in a style of art which depicted nature as realistically as possible. As we examine a painting by Breugel we see a shift away from just a vista to an altogether more close-up, a more abstracted view where the outward appearance has less importance than 'feel' or culturally specific significance.
Economic globalization has an impact on tourism worldwide. The formation of regional economic and trading blocs - particularly in the triadic regions of North America (North American Free Trade Area (NAFTA)), Europe and East Asia-Pacific - and the development of formal links between those blocs.
It attained higher growth rate in the tourism industry through sustained business strategies. Package tours and mass tourism strategies are adopted by them and it ensures growth with higher market share. "Today with '7.7 billion in sales and 23,300 employees, the company is the world's top three travel services companies and is Europe's number two travel provider.
This paper draws upon the sociological theory and within it focuses on the collaboration theory. The process of framing tourism policy and planning provides a context for a study of the related concepts of tourism destinations, destination branding and stakeholder theory.