Public participation contributes to a fair distribution of costs and benefits among community members; 6. Community participation can help satisfy locally identified need; 7. Community participation strengthens the democratization process in tourist destinations. William and Lawson (2001) suggested that, the impact of tourism on host government and communities has been a wide area of research because it has become extensively recognized that if the industry is to be sustainable in long term the planners and entrepreneurs must take a view of the host community into account. In economic and political resources people have equal access because community tourism analyst assumes and often utterly, that the planning and process is pluralistic one (Reed,
To ensure successful in heritage conservation, it is very important to have the local residents’ support. Therefore, their opinions are essential because they are ultimately decision that changes brought about by heritage promotion are acceptable or not (Ashworth G. J., 2000).The promotion of heritage sites can deliver information to residents and it influence of their involvement in conservation programmes. Residents who participate in heritage promotion has reinforced their cultural identity and increased their sense of the conservation of heritage sites (Ward, 2011). Evans (2002) also mentioned that Heritage sites can enhance residents' interest in their area and people feel a sense of pride in heritage value. Cultural heritage management concentrate on promotion of heritage of a city, that increase residents to understand the background of heritage and promote the traditional
The government should support the conservation of the environment and natural resources. Active involvement of the population of Anguilla in tourism. The human resource development should be promoted. Regional opportunities must be capitalized as much as possible. Develop linkages with other sectors of the economy.
Therefore, it is an essential element that helps in building society by affecting the social and cultural life of residents. Using the case of Albania, Neranxi (2013:32) argues that the constructive elements of tourism have a huge impact in improving quality of life, intercultural communication and understanding, pride in community and resurgence traditional practices. She contends that it is considered that, many people believe on the positive benefits of tourism on social cultural impacts. This includes residents’ pride of their local culture, the improvement in many issues such as quality of products and services of tourism infrastructure, and specially, the cultural exchange between tourist and residents, who generally speaking, tend to be active and friendly in a variety of cultural activities. The most agreed statement in that due to tourism, people entertaining opportunity and thanks to tourism their quality of life has become better.
More beneficial for Local: The participation of local people not only benefits the community and the environment but also advances the value of the tourist experience. It could consist of applied to being taken in data collection 5. Satisfaction of visitors: Pleasure of visitors with the ecotourism experience is important to the long-term period. The information provided about ecotourism chances should accurately symbolize the opportunities presented in the first particular. Visitor services and pleasure should be second to the
These pillars improves the local wealth of the community by maximizing the contribution of tourism to the local communities and destination‘s economy, which includes the spending that was received from tourists. Sustainable tourism generates incomes and decent employment opportunities for workers, without affecting the environment and culture of the tourist’s in the destination and ensures the practicability and competitiveness of destinations and enterprises to enable them to continue to flourish wealth and deliver benefits in the long term. In this sense, development should be a positive experience for local populations, tourism companies, workers and tourists themselves. However, the arrivals of tourists from different parts of the world have an influence on local cultures, whether positive or negative. Exposure to other cultures and norms may in fact create awareness and tolerance, just as it can create tensions and
In addition, indirect social impact will show a positive impact towards the destination. For example, the tourism activities will created new employment opportunities, improve the quality of life of the host community, improve the economic condition of local people and many more (Mochechela, 2010). 2.3.1 THE POSITIVE SOCIAL IMPACT 220.127.116.11 Change In Social Relationship Tourism development and activities in World Heritage Site actually have a positive influence on the host community. For example, tourism activities can lead to intercultural understanding due to the tourists traveling to different destinations will exposing their culture to the host communities (Mochechela, 2010). This is
The tourism industry must use advertising as the primary tool for its professional gain. The successful promotion of tourism in each country is based on cultural values, and the professionals understanding of advertising and its values. Professional advertising can be seen as a winning tool for the economic development both inside and outside of the given country. Inappropriate, insufficient, inadequate advertising can be waste of money and energy. The advertiser is required to identify the target audience and tourism and which will increase tourism, investments and other positive behavior dependent on the volume of the advertising aimed to attract the tourists.
These groups express the important differences which depends on the tourist intention to revisit or to recommend the destination to others. As noted by Yoon and Uysal (2005), the tourist destinations may be judged as the products and the tourists or visitors are able to revisit or recommend them to other possible tourists whom them they know have potential to visit such as family or friends. Moreover, Chen and Gursoy (2001), pointed out that the destination loyalty is like the tourist’ perception level to the destination as it’s a nice place. It should be recommended or proposed to their friends or family but the studies considering revisits as the key factor of loyalty to the destination are still insufficient because the tourists who do not revisit to the destination may honestly discover the different travel experiences with the new destinations, while keeping the loyalty to the previous trip. Recent research study focused on the satisfaction at the comprehensive level, researcher pay their attentions to the level of attribute of the satisfaction (Oliver, 1993).
Specific local solutions should be made. The government should market our tourist destinations locally and internationally to attract visitors and rebrand our image positively. One commendable act of the Department of Tourism is creating the “It’s More Fun in the Philippines” campaign where various tourist destinations are featured along with that caption. Public awareness programs about the country’s beauty will truly encourage companies and people to come and will assure the industry’s sustainability. Aside from that, they must also invest on the conservation, preservation, and improvement of the country’s attractions.