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  • Caribbean Tourism

    Therefore, a record number of people are traveling, and tourism has grown in the world’s largest and fastest growing industry. In 2013, travel and tourism’s total contribution to the global gross domestic product (GDP) rose to 9.5%…

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  • Roles Of Tourism In Economic Development

    research related to tourism affairs. We briefly present the role of tourism in development as follows: First: Tourism and economic development. Second: Tourism and Social Development. First: Tourism and economic development Tourism in developed countries is a major source of economic development, and we find huge investments in the tourism sector, as in Italy, Spain, Greece, Mexico and other countries that have made significant progress in this area. We briefly explain the most important…

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  • Positive Impacts Of Tourism

    to the Oxford dictionary tourism is the commercial organization and operation of holidays and visits to places of interest. The Cambridge dictionary mentions that tourism is the business of providing services such as transport, places to stay, or entertainment for people who are on holiday. The World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) indicates that tourism comprises the activities of people travelling to and staying in places outside their usual environment for not more than one consecutive year…

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  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of Mass Tourism

    Tourism is really important for each country, this industry bring huge sum of money to the national economy. And usually local people support tourism because it provides very big income for them, but after some time line is crossed and locals start notice a lot of negative points. In this part we will talk about different types of consequences of mass tourism. As everything in our life, mass tourism has positive and negative points. First of all, as we already noticed, mass tourism provides huge…

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  • The Importance Of International Tourism

    continue (World Tourism Organization UNWTO, 2016). Tourism has the ability to generate immense economic growth, due to increased international money spent within the country, producing an influx of jobs and business opportunities. Therefore, this growth in tourist arrivals will ultimately result in immense global economic development (Global Environment Facility, 2014). New Zealand is a model example of a small country benefitting from tourism. It generates $13.5 billion in export…

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  • Bali And Da Nag Case Study

    Chapter 4: The Recommendations that Both Bali and Da Nang Could Learn From Each Other to Manage Their Tourism Industry Better As discussed in chapter 2 and 3, this research has found the challenges that both Bali and Da Nang been facing as the consequences of developing their tourism industry since the beginning. Based on that, this section will examine the key points that both Bali and Da Nang could learn from each other, so that they can possibly manage their tourism industry better in the…

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  • St. Louis Zoo

    VISITOR BEHAVIOR RESPONSE TO THE THERMAL ENVIRONMENT IN OUTDOOR TOURISM AND THE POTENTIAL INFLUENCES OF PRICING STRATEGY Keywords: Weather, Physiologically Equivalent Temperature, Zoological Park, Tourism, Recreation, Leisure, Management, Pricing, Strategy, Tourist, Climate Abstract Improved understanding of the many interfaces between weather, climate and society today can provide an improved baseline when modeling human-behavior under future scenarios of climate change. Within the…

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  • Advantages Of Tourism: The Three Concepts Of Adventure Tourism

    Chapter One INTRODUCTION Background of the Study Tourism is defined as travel outside a person’s normal environment for more than 24 hours and not more than one consecutive year. A trip may be classified as an “adventure” trip if it involves two of the following three elements: (1) interaction with nature; (2) interaction with culture; (3) a physical activity. The core of adventure however is a trip which involves all three elements (Adventure Travel Trade Association, 2011, p. 5). Adventure…

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  • Negative Effects Of Sustainable Tourism

    Tourism has been developed with the development of humanity. According to an article, “The History of Tourism: Structures on the Path to Modernity” by Ueli Gyr in 2010, the purpose of the beginning of tourism was education. The noble sent their children to another country to educate them. While staying the country, they experienced and enjoyed foreign culture and place. During the Enlightenment, educated people went abroad to enlarge their knowledge (Gyr, 2010). In the late 20 century, the…

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  • Human Trafficking Causes

    cause of human trafficking in asean Next cause of human trafficking is sex tourism. Beginning in the year 1960 and 1970, the global travel become more affordable and more accessible to the general population, there was an explosion in international travel and tourism. Many countries began relying on revenues from tourism as an important addition to the national economy.() Then, government began developing national tourism policies and programs in hopes of promoting continued growth. This new…

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