As Mckercher and Du Cros (2002:3) stated, “What is cultural tourism? This seemingly simple question is actually very difficult to answer because there are almost as many definitions of cultural tourism as there are cultural tourists.” Different journals and
There are behavioural factors; where tourists go away and act wrongly to how they would act from home. Tourist crime is on the high as locals know tourist go to destinations to spend money so will have more money than normal on them. To minimise these negative effects of tourism certain levels of sustainability requirements need to be met. To do
Tourist Gaze. The concept "Tourist Gaze" implies a dynamic process, which is associated with the acquisition and accumulation of tourist experience. Moreover, this concept includes a multi-level gradual social organisation of tourism and systematic natural development of these processes. The "tourist gaze" helps to formulate what separates the tourist experience from everyday life. Namely, to understand the ways in which the production and consumption of tourism goods and services affect various social relations and processes.
Conclusion The travel industry is in dire needs of innovation and decentralization due to a variety of factors including anti-consumer behavior by corporations, outdated infrastructure, and the business practices of influential travel companies which have little incentive to change the status quo. Using blockchain technology, our company offers travel stakeholders a way to distribute their products with perfect competition and reduced costs. This new marketplace will inevitably provide consumers with more choice and travel companies with the opportunity to sell products outside of outdated, yet deeply entrenched, distribution platforms. Owned and governed by its own community instead of rent-seeking gatekeepers, we represent
These on-site markers consists of signboards, plaques and souvenirs. Generally on-site markers have a stronger hold on tourists as compared to off-site markers because on-site markers affects a tourist directly. The main reason behind it is that if a tourist gets more information by off-site markers then it may demotivate a tourist to visit that particular destination. Off-site markers provides limited information about a
Meng and Xu, (2012) say that tourists motivation are linked to their purchasing behaviour. There are several approaches like needs-based, value-based, benefit-sought, expectancy and push and pull factors; which indicate that there is no common approach that will solve the complexity and give an description of the tourists motivation. 2.1.4 INTRINSIC AND EXTRINSIC MOTIVATION Intrinsic and extrinsic motivators are those individual or stringed forces that affect the tourist need. The intrinsic motivation approach identifies a person’s needs, vigor, thoughts, and impulses which evoke them to act towards achieving their motive. Whereas and extrinsic motivational approach inspect the broader elements which form people’s attitudes, likings and opinions but are more externally determined for instance the way tourism is viewed will be affected by society and culture element of one’s environment (Page, 2011).
“A consumer as an individual who, through a process of decision-making, obtains goods and services for personal consumption” (Page &Connell, 2014, p.54). In tourism, valuable experience of destination environment could also be acknowledged where tourist turn into a consumer of place or culture. Besides that, he also might be a byer of local products in a certain destination. So, this report represents the tourist’s behavior on vacation. In addition, the questionnaire below helped me to analyze my partner 's holiday desires by taking in consideration her age, nationality, marital status and occupancy (appendix 3).
• The events & management industry • Entertainment industry. • Travel agencies sector The World Tourism Organisation were divided tourism into various categories : 1. International tourism • Inbound tourism: nonresidents visits to a country • Outbound tourism: host country residence visit to another country. 2. Internal tourism: Visits by resident and non-residents of the country of reference. 3.
Images are said to become even more important. Tourist choice and perception for destination is one of the most needed aspects. Tourist take into account various factors in term formalities, local people, attraction, connectivity, convience and their preferences are some of the factors that generate tourist flow to a particular location. Consumer has different perception and individual needs, which hold different values to destination. In today’s, global technological world there exist various sources of information for selecting a destination.
2.1 Introduction This chapter provides a selection of relevance literatures relating to tourism industry and sustainable development, tourism impacts, tourism development in rural areas, residents attitude, role of stakeholder in STD, strategic planning and community participation. Finally, the chapter ends with empirical evidence relating to Sirakaya (2005) and Lisa Marie Assante (2014) study which link to this research. 2.2 Tourism Industry and Sustainable Development Definition of tourism has been varied from academic scholars, institutions, authors and other sources over the decades. So, to avoid confusion UNWTO (2005) comes with the following definition “tourism comprises the activities of persons traveling to and staying in places outside