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    Caribbean Tourism

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    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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    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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    What is a tourism organisation? According to The Great Soviet Encyclopedia (1979), a tourism organisation is a commercial or non-commercial establishment, such as a company, bureau, or agency, which organizes and conducts tourist trips. In other words, it is governmental association, union, or other organized group that promotes both domestic and international tourism. The tourism organizations consist of international, national, and regional organizations that help develop and manage tourism.…

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    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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    As mentioned in some previous studies, tourism agencies in Korea claiming that the popularity of the Hallyu phenomenon has led to dramatic increase in international tourist arrival.(S. Kim, 2012). Essentially to location and site associated with Korean TV dramas. Hallyu phenomenon, or the K-wave or also called Korean Wave, refers to Korean generated popular cultural products that includes, manga, music, games, movie TV dramas, food and fashion, that made a strong penetration in the Asian Market…

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    Tourism is becoming increasingly important as a source of revenue of many countries. It accounts for a significant share of GDP and employs a substantial proportion of the labor force. Furthermore, it is considered an important industry in many countries. It helps improve the economy of developing countries and provides employment for many people such as Vietnam. In addition, it not only helps to solve the problems of unemployment, but also has positive effects on many economic activities, such…

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    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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    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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    6.2 Youth tourism as another driver of tourism. Nowadays, more and more companies and destinations are aimed at young people/travellers with the goal of diversifying its customer mix. This segment, according to UNWTO, cited in Hosteltur, 2013, represent 20% of the global tourism, showing amazing resilience to crisis and disasters. Between the years of 2000 and 2010, youth tourism rose from 136 million of international trips to 187 millions, and the revenues of this segment reached 126,000…

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    Travel can be an adventure of a lifetime. There are so many wonderful places to visit in every country, which become famous because of particular characteristics that make people feel curiosity about that site. These characteristics are related to different points of interest or topics such as, tourism, politics, economics, fashion, history, etc. in USA, for example, New York is the fashion city, Sandiego is home of dazzling beaches, Miami beach is the most popular Floridian city for tourism…

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