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...Tourism: The Main Issues Affecting the Sector By ID Number Module and Number Date of Submission International Tourism: The Main Issues Affecting the Sector Introduction Some of the important issues affecting world tourism relate to the economic repercussions from the global recession, the threat of world-wide terrorism, and the outcomes on socio-economic progress both locally and globally. International tourism is influenced positively by the increased use of electronic and other technologies, and adversely impacted by the rise in fuel prices and airline fees. Coles and Hall (2008) assert that challenges faced by international tourism include the development of a destination’s built... ? International...
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...Tourism Tourism has changed people’s perception of the world. The term ‘global village’ has been around for quite a while;however it is this global tourism that actually made people realize what it truly means. Global tourism has had a tremendous impact on the global economy. Many countries didn’t consider tourism something that could actually boost their financial revenues but now countries are competing in tourism department just they compete in other commodities. Here are the synopsis of six news articles on the growth and impact of global tourism. These serve well. The first article captures the true spirit of international tourism, published in the Washington Post... ?Economic Impact of Global...
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...Tourism Introduction According to World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), tourism comprises the activities of persons travelling to and staying in placesoutside their usual environment for not more than one consecutive year for leisure, business and other purposes (UNWTO, 2011). Tourism is globally considered as an important revenue generator. The tourism industry offers jobs to a large number of people and it also invites rigor within international exchange. Furthermore, it encourages people to conserve and preserve the natural and cultural heritage of a particular area. However, with all these advantages, there is also a list of disadvantages associated with tourism (Dharmaratne et al, 2000... ...
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...Tourism al Affiliation: Benefits of Tourism Every country relies on tourism as one of the economic sectors that propel the country and bring social and economic benefits. A country that faces low seasons of tourism, especially developing countries, is likely to suffer. Most countries attract tourists by ensuring that there are internal peace, security and stability. They ensure that their infrastructure is excellent to allow the tourists have a nice stay in the country. They also ensure that communities preserve cultural heritage and historical sites for tourist viewing. Governments also build hotels and employ people in the industry to serve the visitors. Consequently, tourism... is...
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...Tourism This essay looks at the whole field of tourism in my hometown of Mombasa, Kenya, its benefits to the community, the various ways to promote it and its social, economic and environmental effect on the region. I. GOAL A. The basic goal of promoting tourism, in Mombasa, is to develop the local economy, improve the infrastructure, bring exposure to the local people, create numerous jobs for youths and the large number of qualified people and finally lead to the general development of the city. II. ROLES: GOVERNMENT AND PRIVATE SECTOR A. The role of the government in promoting tourism cannot be underestimated. The...
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...tourism industry is highly connected due to the mutual benefit associated with the two departments. Most tourists love proper and enjoyable experience while moving from one place to the other and that is exactly what transportation department does. Ministry of transportation is of great importance to the tourism sector by providing sufficient services. The transportation ministry includes rail, water, bus and air travel that provides transport to the tourists. Additionally, ministry of transportation includes vehicle renting, taxi, limousine and chauffeurs. Air passenger travel is very critical in tourism industry due to its high demand... . The service centres are further helpful in providing...
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Tourism
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...TOURISM FROM CHINA Inserts His/Her Inserts Grade Inserts 6th November 2008 IntroductionIn 1994, the United Nations stipulated released Recommendations on Tourism Statistics, which defined various categories of tourism (Buhalis & Laws 2001). According to the recommendations, the three forms of tourism are domestic tourism, which involves residents of a country traveling within the country only; inbound tourism, which involves non-residents traveling into a given country; and outbound tourism, in which residents of one country travel from the country into another (Buhalis & Laws 2001). For instance, taking a China perspective, if a Chinese goes on a trip to Germany, that is an example... of...
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...TOURISM ON SEVEN SISTERS COUNTRY PARK Environmental Impact of Tourism on Seven Sisters Country Park -------------------- -------------------- Abstract Seven Sisters Country Park is a prominent natural park in the Sussex County of England. This park offers visitors a large number of attractions. Apart from leisure activities, the biodiversity and the varied landscape available in the Seven Sisters Country Park makes it a sought after destination for educational visits. The critical role played by the Seven Sisters Country Park in the local economy of the region makes it a fit case for initiatives in sustainable tourism. The impact of tourism... on the environment of the park will be...
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...Tourism Sectors The purpose of this essay is to provide a critical examination to the theory that high performing companies continue to introduce new products and provide focus to growing revenue and market share during a recession. The format that this paper will take is to first provide examples of how a recession typically affects consumer expenditures overall. Secondly this paper will provide an analysis of how consumer expenditures on travel and vacations may be affected by a recession specifically in relation to how expenditures may be increased or decreased as a result of a recession. After this point the paper will give some insight as to the overall trends... Recession in the UK Travel and...
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...Tourism Reflective essay-foundation studies 1001HSL Foundation Studies Assessment 3 Reflective Essay ________________________________Student ID: ________________ Tutor:____________________________________Tutorial day & time______________ Question 1 Introduction Leisure activity has different cultural meanings. The research delves on leisure activities. Leisure activities focus on both physical leisure activities. The physical activities include sports activities. The nonphysical activities include non-sport leisure activities. Leisure activities must enhance one’s interpersonal relationships. In layman’s terms, leisure activity is correctly described as any act done during work breaks... ? Essay, Tourism ...
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Tourism Leakages
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...Tourism leakages Most countries have benefited from tourism economically due to foreign exchange. However, some countries have not highly benefited from the venture. This is because of the high expenditures that these countries incur due to the demands of the tourists. The countries that suffer most from the high expenditure caused by tourism are the developing countries. This is because this countries experience higher leakage of revenues thus the minimal benefits to the local community. Bhattacharya (131) indicates that that tourism can lead to financial growth. However, due to other factor like tourism leakages a country can experience serious economic crisis. This is because, the growth... Task:...
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Alternative Tourism
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...Tourism Introduction Under conditions of modern globalized world there are many different options for development of various human activities. Cultural interchange between different countries and the ability of one country to support developing nations by means of tourism cannot be denied as a perfect alternative of economic and social development of the country. Nevertheless, it should be mentioned that there are numerous forms of tourism nowadays. Alternative tourism is positioned as a part of sustainable tourism. This niche of tourism comprises cultural tourists, environmental tourists, geotourists, pop culture tourists, disaster tourists and so on. These tourists want to gain more... ? Alternative...
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International Tourism
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...Tourism Question Tourism planning entails the promotion of tourism through strong tourism development approaches. This is essential for the achievement of successful tourism management and development. Planning focuses on changing regulations in a system so as to promote orderly developments in tourism. Hence, planning is an essential element in supporting the long-term sustainability of developments in tourism. Boosterism as an approach to planning is linked with tourism policy statements, which is usually based on the assumption that; tourism is naturally good and it should be developed no matter the circumstance (Inskeep, 1991 pp 77). Natural and cultural resources are viewed... ? International...
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Sustainable tourism
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...Tourism Sustainable tourism con s tourism that maximizes benefits ascribed to tourism while at the same time minimizing costs borne by the natural environment as well as the local communities, and has the capacity to be undertaken indefinitely without jeopardizing the resources that facilitate its operation (Page, 3). Tourism emerges amongst the greatest global industries, with the focus of the vast majority of the growing market’s focus revolving around natural environments of pristine value such as marine and coastal protected areas. Marine protected areas continually attract foreign visitors’ interests as well as that of local residents. Local communities and these protected areas... ? Sustainable...
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Sustainable Tourism
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...Tourism Sustainable tourism represents a value orientation in which the management of tourism impacts takes precedence over market economics – although tension between the two is ever present Hall, 1999 (pp. 199) Introduction: The concept of sustainable tourism has assumed greater significance over the years, with the development and expansion of tourism sector worldwide. Sustainable tourism is not only a diverse issue but is highly complex as well, as it entails various concepts and issues which are of critical significance for the industry as a whole. Tourism, as has been claimed and substantiated by various researches, has a significant impact on all the tourist destinations globally... ?Sustainable...
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Sustainable Tourism
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...Tourism Task 3: Sustainable Tourism Conclusion By analyzing the information, it can be seen that the tourism industry in Malaysia has been attracting people throughout the time. Malaysia is a well-known country for its tourism because of scenic beauty that includes idyllic beaches, lakes in between lush green forests with mountains and clear blue waters. The tropical forests and beaches have been one of the major attractions for the tourist around the world. The Malaysian tourism industry provides a chance to the foreigners as well as the locals to enjoy recreational activities, which are considered of great importance in the today’s busy lifestyles. However, a decline... in the...
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Adventure Tourism
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...Tourism Executive Summary Tourism has been traditionally considered as one of the most effective tools which is provided to modern human inorder to help him to escape from daily routing and enjoy a series of activities that offer a – temporary – but necessary break from the ‘obligations’ of life. Tourism can have a different form, in accordance with the type of services provided to the public, however generally it refers to specific activities that are common around the world. Moreover, tourism tends to be evaluated differently in accordance with the part of the public which it addresses. In this context, tourism offered by the state is really important for people of ‘weak’ financial status... Adventure...
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Ethno-tourism
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...Tourism INTRODUCTION According to ‘The Paradox of Tourism’, Ethno-tourism is the tourism attracted by small ethnic groups and their exotic cultures. Ethno-tourism plays a very important part in contributing to the national economy of a number of third world countries (Bolnick 2003). The revenue generated from tourism is one of the most important contributors to the overall GDP of the developing countries therefore tourism holds significant importance for such countries. For developing countries, ethno-tourism can be a great source of revenue as there are a...
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Tourism education
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...Tourism education Phrase 1 Despite the fact that tourism education has expanded to incorporate undergraduate as well as postgraduate courses that prepare students for management occupations, its origin can be traced training courses that were administered to staff in various sectors. According to Morgan (2004), tourism course design focuses on fulfilling the requirements of employers, government funding agencies as well as the students. However, there exists no universal concurrence regarding these needs or even the best approaches of meeting the needs. Phrase 2 Morgan (2004) identifies three fundamental components of tourism vocational higher education, which include: theory and practice... ...
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Tourism summer
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...Tourism Summer SECTION A Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of incorporating Aboriginal art and craft into Indigenous tourism Aboriginal art and craft includes paintings, sculptures, wood work, stone carvings, ornaments, jewelry and many other products made with the help of plants and animals. They are made by the indigenous and non-indigenous residents of a country (Aboriginal Art, 2012). Indigenous tourism concerns with the authentic cultural exposure. In recent years people have shown much interest in indigenous tourism as it gives the pure essence of traveling and experiencing different cultures. At first it...
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Sustainable Tourism
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...Tourism as defined by the Organization of Eastern Caribbean s (OECS) is '' the optimal use of natural and cultural resources for national development on an equitable and self sustaining basis to provide a unique visitor experience and an improved quality of life through partnership among government, the private sector and communities. ''1 Based on my research, here I found the lists of principles to be considered in sustainable tourism. (UNEP Principles on Implementation of Sustainable Tourism).2 1. Integration of Tourism into Overall Policy for Sustainable Development 2. Development of Sustainable Tourism 3. Management... Topic: Assessment Exercises 4 from Module Assessment Exercise Sustainable...
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Tourism industry
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...tourism industry: New trends and Special interest tourism’. In the contemporary times, travel and tourism has emerged as a standalone industry with wide scope. Changing demography and evolving global market have significantly impacted the hospitality industry. Kotler et al., (2007) have claimed that demographic compulsions influence market position. The demography changes vis-a-vis increased income, age distribution, population size etc., have tremendous impact on consumer behaviour. In fact, the traditional tourism has ventured into new realms of exotic location and incredible experience that satisfy... Research topic area The proposed topic of the research is ‘the changing paradigms in the travel and...
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Hunting Tourism
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...Tourism Hunting Tourism It is irrational to assume that hunting tourism is a responsible form of tourism since killing and being responsible cannot mix. However, some scholars argue that it is sustainable tourism and economically viable because it contributes highly to government revenues, enhances high quality tourism, generates employment, and utilizes the wildlife in the remote regions that are not increasingly visited by the game tourists(Leader-Williams, Kayera & Overton, 2014). Despite the various benefits that come with hunting tourism, it is sound to argue that it is a bad thing. Various reports show that endangered species such as the lions have reduced by 30% in Africa and the cats...
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Tourism policy
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...Tourism Policy Table of Contents Introduction 4 Importance of Tourism 5 Effect on Tourism Industry due to Terrorist Attacks 6 Terrorism in Maldives Tourism Industry 6 Terrorism in US’s Tourism Industry 7 Terrorism in South Africa’s Tourism Industry 8 Terrorism in Kenya’s Tourism Industry 8 Terrorism on Egyptian Tourism Industry 9 Response of Global Tourism Industry 11 Tourism Recovery 13 Breaking Obstruction and Managing Development 16 Conclusion 19 References 20 Introduction “The global tourism industry has experienced many crises and disasters including terrorist attacks, political instability, economic recession, bio security threats and natural disasters” (Ritchie, 2004). In this report... ...
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TOURISM MARKETING
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...Tourism Marketing Introduction Online communication has been a reliable mode of communication for travel and tourism sector. The tourism industry depends on the online communication to market various organizations and provide resourceful information to tourists. The reliability of online communication proves to be efficient in the delivery of information to tourists from diversified regions across the globe. The availability of social media provides relevant methods for the tourism industry to market its services. Tourists have the advantages to make reservations and advanced bookings through online communication means and do not have... ? Impacts of Online Communication and Social Media on Travel and...
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Diving Tourism
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...tourism Introduction The tourism industry is one of the world's largest economic sectors that serve people who travel from one place to another just for fun or for recreation while earning host nations some revenue. Currently, the world is faced with serious problems of environmental degradation due to tourism activities like diving tourism. These problems are evident in every part of the world that has an ocean or sea diving centre. For that reason, there has been a call from international bodies compelling countries to practice tourism that will be self-sustaining so that future generations would be protected and would still have better environment to live in (Johnson 2002). Sustainable... Diving...
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Cambridge Tourism
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...Tourism Introduction Cambridge has grown to become an international tourist attraction centre over the past years and currently is host over four million tourists who visit the place each year. Cambridge University is historic learning centre and tourism has added a cosmopolitan feel to the site and this has affected the economy in a positive way. The city council of Cambridge city has set up plans to ensure that challenges such as serving the visitors well are observed and attended to while at the same time conserving the environment of the region. This is basically the strategy of the city and forms the basis of decision making, work programmes and policy implementation. Characteristic... Cambridge...
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Event Tourism
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...Tourism Event Tourism Introduction Tourism has always been one of the most popular industries around the world. Traditionally, a tourist attraction would be the destination’s scenic beauty, cultural heritage and natural landscapes. However, with the emerging popularity of the tourism business, there are now different types of tourisms that have evolved in the business such as event tourism. Event tourism generally refers to an event which is organized for an audience from around the world. The event can be a public or corporate event which attracts people from around the globe and they visit the country to attend the event. Event tourism as a business includes the hotel reservations... ,...
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Sustainable tourism
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...Tourism Sustainable Tourism [Institute’s Sustainable Tourism Introduction Over the past decades, theconcept of sustainable tourism has been one of the widely debated in most of strategic tourism planning papers. Experts (Richards, pp. 23-39, 2000) have not been able to come up with a standardized, unique, and universal definition for this term; however, the basic idea remained the same of balancing the growth of this industry with environmental, cultural, and social concerns. Moreover, despite the ample amount of literature (Krueger, pp. 17-40, 2007) available on this topic, it rarely highlights its historical development and evolution over the past decades. This paper aims... Running Head: Sustainable...
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Tourism strategy
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...Tourism strategy of Thomas Cook Introduction: Thomas Cook is a well functioning international tour operator. It is the only one company in which theparticipation of the tourists and vacationers in ensured for their vision "The Whole World of Travel." It started its business operations in the year 1841, by Thomas Cook, an English publicist. 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...
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Sustainable Tourism
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...Tourism of Sustainable Tourism Introduction According to Weaver (2006), the intricacy of tourism system "greatly complicates the planning and management of tourism destinations and businesses and requires the application of new approaches and strategies" to realize sustainable tourism. In understanding the weight of this statement, one requires to understand the meaning of sustainable tourism, which refers to tourism aimed at making little impact on the local culture and the environment whilst creating and sustaining employment for the local people. The main objective of this form of tourism is to ensure the development of results into constructive experience for the local people... ? Sustainable Tourism ...
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Tourism industry
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...Tourism Industry Introduction Tourism industry is one of the rapidly progressing industries and it is also a major source of employment for many developing countries. According to the report of ‘United Nations World Tourism Organisation’, the tourism industry in developing countries account to 70% of service exports (Corthay and Loeprick, 2010). Tourism has provided many benefits both socially and economically in rural areas and developing countries. Tourism has contributed in various infrastructure developments such as roads and hotels and has helped in creating jobs through both direct and indirect employment (USA Today, 2014). It has also helped in better cultural understanding through... ...
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Sustainable Tourism
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...Tourism Sustainable tourism represents a value orientation in which the management of tourism impacts takes precedence over market economics – although tension between the two is ever present Hall, 1999 (pp. 199) Introduction: The concept of sustainable tourism has assumed greater significance over the years, with the development and expansion of tourism sector worldwide. Sustainable tourism is not only a diverse issue but is highly complex as well, as it entails various concepts and issues which are of critical significance for the industry as a whole. Tourism, as has been claimed and substantiated by various researches, has a significant impact on all the tourist destinations globally... ?Sustainable...
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...Tourism Tourism is a major source of revenue for countries with substantial tourist attraction features like beautiful scenery, good sporting sites and all-year-round favourable climate. People normally travel to experience new and different cultures, surrounding, or just to relax. During winter, people from countries in the in the polar region usually visit the tropics to enjoy the warm sunny conditions prevailing in these regions. However, extensive researches in various countries which are tourist destinations reveal that tourism has had both negative and positive effects on the environment and the communities. Positive impacts According to Honey (1999), tourism is a source... of...
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Tourism Marketing
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...Tourism Organizations Number Word Count: 2078 Table of contents 0 Introduction 3 1.1 Locale and Regional Operations with Success 3 1.2 Change and Tourism 4 2.0 The Challenges of Seasonality and Perishability 5 2.1 Product 6 2.2 Price 7 2.3 Place... ...
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Sustainable Tourism
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...Tourism Table of Contents Sustainable Tourism Table of Contents 2 4 Introduction 4 Literature Review 5 Social and Economic Sustainability of Tourism 5 Environmental Impact of Tourism 7 Sustainable Tourism 8 Tourism Industry in UAE 8 Summary 9 Research Methodology 10 Research Question 10 Data Gathering Technique 10 Sampling Technique 10 Limitations 10 Data Analysis and Result 11 Results 12 Conclusion & Recommendations 13 References 14 Annexure 15 Questionnaire 15 Abstract Tourism is considered to be one of the most happening industry segments across the globe. The advent of globalization has also led to the growth of the tourism industry with the developing nations now joining the elite... ?Sustainable...
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Business Tourism
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...tourism throughout Britain. Such is the scope of the commercial activity set to accompany the Games that multinational conglomerates; government agencies and the private sector are scampering to ready Britain for the massive economic windfalls to be realised. The report aims to consider the full impact on the economy - specifically that of London - of the impact of Business Tourism. This is a sector that has been found to be substantial... 1.0 Introduction The Olympic Games - a worldwide sporting, cultural and commercial extravaganza - is coming to Britain. The Games will be showcased in the heart of London, but the spill-over effects will allow for tremendous opportunity in both trade and business...
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Urban Tourism
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...TOURISM By College Department 10 October Introduction Over the last few years, an extensive amount of research has been carried out on the growth of urban tourism, as well as its effects on the neighbourhoods. While most of the research regarding urban tourism has concentrated on the cities, the regions mostly affected by tourism are the neighbourhoods. The recent scholars have raised their focus on the development of tourism in the urban neighbourhoods. The discussion below on tourism development on a high-income society of Glasgow shows the relationship between tourism and the neighbourhood in terms of social, economic and cultural capitals (Rogerson and Visser, 2007). The discussion shows...
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Wildlife Tourism
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...Tourism in the Scotland   Rationale The term ‘wildlife tourism’ encompasses two aspects, which can broadly be described as travelling to observe different flora and fauna. Wildlife tourism involves making trips to different destinations, locally or internationally, in order to increaseone’s understanding and see a wide range of flora and fauna without bringing any harm to the natural... ?Major Project Proposal Form   The project proposed must normally have elements of literature review and primary data collection and analysis.     Personal Details Name: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------     Major project outline Title: Wildlife...
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Tourism summer
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...Tourism summer SECTION A Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of incorporating Aboriginal art and craft into Indigenous tourism. Aboriginal art and craft includes paintings, sculptures, wood work, stone carvings, ornaments, jewellery and many other products made with the help of plants and animals. They are made by the indigenous and non indigenous residents of a country (Aboriginal Art, 2012). Indigenous tourism concerns with the authentic cultural exposure. In recent years people have shown much interest in indigenous tourism as it gives the pure essence of traveling and experiencing different people and different...
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Dark Tourism
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...Tourism Table of Contents I. Introduction 3 II. Discussion 4 References 8 I. Introduction This paper explores dark tourism in the context of t weighing the ethics of dark tourism from a philosophical perspective, The question is is dark tourism ethical or not, and what are the philosophical underpinnings of any judgment on its ethics or lack of ethics? Dark tourism, as the name suggests, concerns itself with tourism tied to death or to sites of historical and social importance because of their association with aspects of death and dying. The literature suggests that from an academic point...
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Tourism management
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...tourism is one of the most important sectors in the world today as expenditure on tourist goods and services represent some 8% of totalworld export receipts and 5% of world GDP (Lanza & Pigliaru, n.d.). Most countries that specialize in the tourism sector have made good economic progress. Countries that have natural resources have comparative advantage over other countries with other facilities being similar. Small countries are endowed with larger natural resource compared to the size of its labor force and consequently have comparative advantage over other countries. Smallness of state can be a source of comparative advantage and this has been proved in the case of two states like... International...
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Business Tourism
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...Tourism Commentary Tourism Strategy based on the Olympics Contents Particulars Page # Introduction 3 The Business Tourism Industry 4 The Industry: Characteristics and Nature of Business Tourism 5 An International Convention Centre in London 6 Further Opportunities in Tourism 7 Infrastructure to support 2012 Olympic Games 9 Conclusion 10 Recommendations 11 References 12 Bibliography 13 Introduction The day was 5th of July 2005, when the whole of Britain, well… the whole United Kingdom, was celebrating because of an announcement that whispered that London will host the 2012 Olympics and Paralympics games. The moment of joy is finally here, even though it’s been over a couple of years since... ...
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Tourism Management
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...tourism is necessary Contents Introduction 3 Environmental impact of tourism 3 Positive impact of tourism on environment 4 Negative Impact on environment 5 Socio-cultural impact of tourism 7 Positive impact of tourism on socio-cultural aspects 7 Negative impact of tourism on socio-cultural aspects 8 Managing environmental and socio cultural impact of tourism 10 Conclusion 12 References 14 Introduction Tourism is the largest industry of the world and it accounts for almost 5.5% of the total Gross National Product and 6% of the global employment. It is growing rapidly and most of the national and regional governments encourage the growth... ? Management of the environmental and socio-cultural impacts of...
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...Tourism in Mediterranean is considered to be a big industry providing employment and income to people and to the government. In spite of the global economic crisis, tourism has remained unaffected in Europe. Tourist arrivals from 260 million in 1990 are expected to come up to 700 million in 2025. (European Environment Agency) Tourism market is expected to remain strong as Mediterranean is considered to be a prime tourist destination in the world. Chart 1 below shows the tourists' arrivals in Mediterranean Chart 1. Tourist Arrivals in Meditarranea Source: European Environment Agency 2. How does Club-Med respond to expected... Strategies in...
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Tourism Development
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...TOURISM Tourism is showing high-end results, impact on the part of economical evolutions on nations mainly on cities and individual person's life standard. Government has total responsibility to involve itself. Because of the tourism having tremendous impact on cities they are transforming into great industrial belts. As the industries grow there will be visible impact on the economy. Job opportunities grow and innumerable colonies are developed. The growth is multifold and the technology exchange migration takes place. People of different nations migrate to cities. Different nations of people live in one city, like in United Kingdom representing unity in diversity... ROLE OF GOVERNMENT IN DEVELOPING...
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Eco Tourism
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...Tourism: A Sector of the Tourism Industry and Section December 5, 2005 Eco Tourism: Emerging Market in the Tourism Industry. The tourism industry has become the world's largest industry with an estimated 460 million international tourist arrivals recorded in the first seven months of 2005 (World Tourism Barometer, Oct. 2005). According to the World Tourism Organization, this represents an increase of 25 million or 5.9% in growth over the past year's figures. According to Nash (2005), eco-tourism makes up about 7% of the tourism...
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Health Tourism
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...Tourism of the of the School/ Health and Medical Tourism Introduction Health tourism also known as medical tourism is a relatively new dimension of the hospitality industry. Traditional routes to health care are changing as a result of health tourism, a new subcategory of healthcare. Medical tourism often integrates health care with a foreign vacation, thus “every year thousands of patients leave their homeland to seek treatment abroad” (Goldbach and West, 2010, p.52) . An important reason for health tourism is the financial savings that can be ensured by obtaining specific medical treatments from particular destinations. Patients’ travel is facilitated by websites and travel... Health and Medical...
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Wildlife Tourism
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...Tourism Introduction The tourism industry has increasingly been a stronger contributor to economies worldwide. Directly, tourism is expected to contribute close to 3% of global output for 2011 and is expected to go up to over 4% by the year 2021. However, factoring in related economic activities by tourism, the industry further gives over 9% for 2011 which is expected to rise further to over 9.5% ten years after and still discounting inflationary effects. The industry is also a good employer giving almost 9% of total employment for 2011 and is expected to provide 10% of total employment come 2021 (World Travel & Tourism Council 2011). Tourism is indeed a lucrative business and one of its... ? Wildlife...
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Urban tourism
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...tourism has already been regarded as one of Haiti’s promising industry, given its unique climate, history and culture (Lundahl 64). According to Hudman and Jackson, “Haiti offers tourists at least four important attractions: its culture including African voodoo and associated African music; shopping, especially in the Iron market; the unique scenery; and outstanding beach resorts” (134). In fact after WWII... dear client, this is an incomplete draft. I will upload the completed, finalized paper in a while. Thanks. Kindly ignore the ‘completed’ status of your order. It doesn’t matter as I still have to upload the completed paper. Happy new year =) Even before the January 2010 earthquake, travel and touri...
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