Tourism development planning is essentially nothing more than deciding what to build and where. Discuss.

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Name Date Professor’s Name Course Section/# Title: Tourism Planning It is without question that the tourism industry throughout the globe has remained relatively resilient. Whereas economies around the globe have cut back their levels of growth and expectation for subsequent and future fiscal years/quarters, the tourism industry around the globe continues to exhibit steady and strong growth in excess of 3% and almost each and every market that has been analyzed.


As with any form of investment with potential future return, many individuals have sought to integrate with the tourism market as a means of engaging in perspective profits within the very near future (Hummel & van dur Duim, 2012). Even further simplifying this equation, many onlookers to the growth and development of the tourism industry have points to the fact that tourism development is essentially nothing more than deciding what to build and where. Although this is of course a bold and overly simplistic statement with regards the way in which an entire industry will grow and develop within the coming years, there is a certain degree of reliability and truth to the aforementioned statement that has been referenced (Booyens, 2010). As a means of understanding the way in which this statement both applies and does not apply to the world in which we live, the following analysis will be concentric upon discussing the ways through which the tourism industry accommodates and does not accommodate such a simplistic oversimplification of planning for future profitability (MATEI et al. ,2013). ...
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