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  • The Importance Of Community Tourism

    Tourism, according to United Nation World Tourism Organization (Tourism Glossary, 2014), is “a social, cultural and economic phenomenon which entails the movement of people to countries or places outside their usual environment for personal or business/professional purposes. These people are called visitors (which may be either tourists or excursionists; residents or nonresidents) and tourism has to do with their activities, some of which involve tourism expenditure.” The first thing that needs…

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  • The Importance Of Tourism In Kerala

    • It shows that KTDC has given more importance to tour packages based on nature and package on ayurvedic and has not given much importance for the package on sports tourism, adventure tourism, cultural tourism, architectural tourism, pilgrimage tourism etc. As KTDC being a government agency to promote tourism in Kerala it has to start and develop tour packages on pilgrimage, adventure, sports, culture, heritage and architectural tour packages. • There should be a breakeven time in between the…

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  • Importance Of Tourism In India

    4.1.1 Scope of Tourism in India India has the Himalayan ranges in the north, a long coastline surrounded by seas in the south. In addition, India is rich in varied landscapes, enchanting historical sites and royal cities, clean beaches, serene mountain retreats, rich cultures and festivities to enjoy and rejuvenate. In any part of the year, India can offer a wide selection of destinations and experiences. In summer, there are lovely retreats amidst the heady beauty in the Himalayas or the…

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  • The Importance Of Tourism In The Bahamas

    The Bahamas is a nation that is highly dependent on tourism. Hence, the government of the Bahamas has undertaken extensive marketing to attract visitors, to its warm climate, the beauty of the beaches, followed by the diversity of hotel facilities. According to Dean W. Collinwood, "Since the end of world War II, tourism has become the unchallenged engine of the Bahamian economy." (Dean) Ramesh Ramsaran has gone so far as to assert that the industry has "affected every faucet of economic life in…

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  • The Importance Of Tourism In Wellington City In New Zealand

    Wellington city in New Zealand has recently expanded its point of interests and increased its tourism potential. Being the capital city of New Zealand it embraces not only urban tourism but other features that make it more distinct then other cities. Wellington utilises combinations of different tourist ideas to increase the interest shown in it by tourists. This is shown by the significant growth of tourist activity in Wellington over the past decade. The total amount of international visitors…

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  • Expansion Of Tourism Essay

    ‘Tourism is a social, cultural and economic phenomenon which entails the movement of people to countries or places outside their usual environment for personal or business/professional purposes’(UNWTO, 2014). The tourism industry has expanded rapidly worldwide over recent years and progressively become an essential element of the world economy. There are many reasons for the expansion of the tourism industry such as the vast improvements in transport technology and infrastructure, allowing more…

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  • Importance Of Climate In Tourism

    operation of tourism businesses. More specifically, climate is defined as the universal condition observed as a long term average in a location. In contrast, weather is the manifestation of climate at a specific point in time and place. So, while tourists might expect certain climatic conditions when they travel from one place to another place, they will experience the actual weather, which might deviate quite considerably from the average conditions. Hence, in the first place tourists and…

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  • The Importance Of Tourism In Singapore

    Tourism is one of the fundamental sector that contributes to every country’s economy. Singapore, as a developed country, have witnessed the nation’s tremendous growth in terms of its tourism attractiveness and competitiveness. The evolution from a chaotic fishing village to a popular tourism hub in Asia. The tourist arrival numbers has been increasing yearly from 9 million to 15 million since the introduction of the Integrated Resorts as reported by Singapore Tourism Board (STB). Thailand, a…

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  • Responsible Tourism Essay

    The concept of responsible tourism has been present in the tourism literature since the early eighties. Smith (1990) defined responsible tourism as “a form of tourism which respect the host’s natural, built and cultural environment and the interest of all parties concerned”. Responsible Tourism(RT)is a social movement that take in consideration the individual and collective decisions on how we recognise and practiced a form of tourism that facilitates changes in industry as a whole(Goodwin,2011)…

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  • Importance Of Photographing In Tourism

    Despite the vast amount of scientific literature available on tourism and leisure, solely a handful of studies have dealt with the development of technology and more precisely with the ever increasing importance of photographing in the consumption of tourism related products and services. Increasingly, one can observe that photographing has become an integral part of each technological device, and no matter where one goes, a device enabling photographing is always with us, be it the smartphone…

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