Negative Effects Of Tourism

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Tourism is a large and growing part of a country 's economy.It has often been a largest export earner and it provides significant foreign exchange income.And as it is a service industry, it provides a significant amount of employment which are employed directly or indirectly in tourism related roles.It is an ever growing industry that is beneficial for the host destination through tourists expenditures within the country.Therefore it is vital that every nations cooperates to set goals and plans socially, culturally, economically and environmentally. This is to avoid any negatives effects towards their country especially with the current terrorist’s crisis that is happening worldwide. This also enable them to maintain a sustainable environment …show more content…
It is an ever-growing industry that is beneficial for the host destination and the growth development of a country. Therefore, it is vital that every single partner in a country cooperates to set goals and plans to minimise any negative effects towards their tourism product. According to Butlers models (1980) stage 2 ' 'involvement ' ' states that local residents , governments and other tourism stakeholders become involved in tourism.Some of the negative effects may include factors that can seriously threaten the profitability and operational viability of people travelling to another country. All too often this is a negative to the tourism industry as of lost revenue due to these situations. Since most recent years tourism industry had to suffer and terrorism is a major factor causing the fall of tourism industry. Terrorism has gradually affected the economy of many nations due to current and recent issues happened worldwide. Terrorism occurred in many nations due to Political unrest, such as the recent coups in Turkey as eight soldiers died in a bomb attack outside the Istanbul palace due to political crisis. This can significantly affect customer demand for flights to the affected destination. Again, it is costly operate empty flights, and the reduction in the number of seats sold mean reduced profits.‘‘Terrorism is terror is all kinds of activities attempted by a member or members of an organisation for the …show more content…
Shortly after the destruction of the World trade centre on September 11th, 2001, a law was passed that banned visitors from passing the luggage checkout point, where they used to go to the terminals to say goodbye to their friends and wait for their friends to come. Security devices include metal detectors, watch dog guides that conduct random checks also the staff’s id 's .This law is still in effect today. Dealing well with uncertainty requires planning in advance and having appropriate measures in place when crises arise. This is when strategy plan comes in handy as government within the country came up with plans to build a sustainable environment for the current and future of the tourism industry within a country. Turkey’s 2023 tourism strategy main purpose aims at creating extensions to management and implementation of strategic planning efforts and increasing the involvement of both private and public sectors of tourism with reference to the principle of governance.According to World travel & tourism council, travel and tourism in Turkey employed 587,500 jobs in 2013 which increases by 3.8 percent in the year 2014. By 2024, it will account for 910,000 jobs and increase of 4.1 percent over the next 10 years (World Travel & Tourism Council, 2014).Turkeys plan aims to avoid any

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