The positives suggested can only be witnessed where tourism benefits the hosts, who consequently embraces the growth of the industry. However, in certain communities, tourism has come with a burden making the hosts hostile. For instance, some countries are congested due to frequent tourism activities. In these destinations, tourism-related activities cause resentment and infuriation among the host communities, which leads to problems that derail the developments in the industry. Therefore, for tourism to merit its “hospitality” name, it must consider the social and cultural influences it has on the host
Since ancient times, there are many arguments about the tourist motivations but the social element will be the main element that motive people to travel. The social element widely explains that it has a great influence to motive a tourist travel. It is always can make tourists want to escape everything temporarily from their daily routines, without any worries and they will return to their usual environment when they already find out what they want from the journey. According to the study of Crompton, 1979, explains the tourist motivations is one of the factors that make tourists travel and it is a key factor to compel and impel force all the tourist behavior. There are two types of tourist motivations which are cultural motives: new and
Positive Socio-Cultural Impacts of Tourism Since the massive growth of tourism to destination, numerous studies have being conducted on the impacts of tourism. Sharma, S. (2013), “Study looked at the Socio-Cultural impacts of tourism. His study reveals that there are both positive and negative socio cultural impacts of tourism.” However, he did not state clearly what the impacts were and how they have affected or benefited the community. Ivana, I. et al (2015), and Aref, F. (2011), “Says the positive social impacts of tourism can have an effect on quality of life. They also, state that the positive impacts are much stronger than that of the negative ones.” These authors reviewed were well structured.
Political affection can be responsible for safety and tourism policy on tourism development. These impacts makes the notable changes such as favorable also negative on development of tourism in the Asia Pacific. Economic impact. Tourism is one of the essential part of the economy of Asia
Nowadays, it constitutes a social necessity or even a social right as this is recorded by the increasing number of tourists. The aim of promoting tourism is to increase the net benefits to rural people, and increase their participation in managing & developing the tourism product. If more tourists’ arrival can be raised in rural areas, particularly in ways that involve high local participation in decisions and enterprises, then poverty impacts are likely to be enhanced. Though recent industry development in tourism is paying more attention to local actors and impacts at the destination level, it is argued that structural causes of uneven and unequal development will dampen any potential positive impacts related to poverty alleviation in developing countries. Tourism can turn local cultures into commodities when religious rituals, traditional ethnic rites and festivals are reduced and sanitized to conform to tourist expectations, resulting in what has been called "reconstructed ethnicity."
One is finding out the demographic characteristics of sports travellers, the other is discussing the factors which influence the choice of tourists to choose Yabuli ski resort as a sport tourism destination. The factors affecting the choice of sports tourism destination by sports tourist are divided into 2 parts. The first part is about the factors that influence tourists ' perception and preference of tourist destination, including overall travel expenditure, food quality, accommodation quality, safety, accessibility and sports facilities. Another part is the demographic characteristics of tourism, including the gender, age, education level, occupation and income of the travellers. Measurements: The measurement is based on the theories referred to in the literature review, including 18 items (Figure 2): overall travel expenditure (4 questions), food quality (3 questions), Accommodation (5 questions), Safety (3 questions), Accessibility (2 questions) and Sports Facilities (1 question).
Importance of safety and security The point of “Tourism safety and security” is the significant role that tourism plays in the area. The wide scope of impacts influencing safety of tourism is an important factor for the development of safety and security in the area. Safety has an important position from the point of view of tourism quality. The security and safety of tourists is the most important factor in any table tourism industry. A tourist undertakes a tour to recharge his or her energy, entry eternal peace and tranquility and for a go on adventure in a safe and secure environment.
However, according to the thriving of tourism, it has been negotiated by scholars whether tourism is bad or good. Because the impacts of tourism have generated both positive and negative outcomes to the destination. It can be said that tourism generates the growth in economics and improves the living of the local by providing facilities and infrastructure. On the other hand, some people argue that tourism has negatively generated socio-cultural impacts and caused several environmental problems. In my point of view, everything has its pros and cons; there is nothing in this world has only a positive side, there is always the drawbacks in contrast with its benefits, and so does tourism.
Further we can also see some impacts of tourism in Himachal Pradesh. Some eminent researchers tried to bring those impacts of tourism on the socio-cultural life of the people and on physical environment to the fore front. Most of the researches concerned their studies to the main tourists receiving areas of Himachal Pradesh. Tej Vir Singh (1989) raises questions about the concentration of tourism that is taking place around Manali and made recommendations for a more integrated approach to tourism development that would disperse tourism activities more evenly throughout the year. Further, some positive impacts have been studied by some scholars.
“Tourism Behaviour understanding includes the idea and knowledge of the different factors which are by no other means very obvious because the effects which do shape the activities and tastes of tourism are often highly embedded in the cultural and the personal biography of the individual that the whole of subject is not known of how actually they were made.” (Seaton, 1996). Figure.1. The tourism system. The above description do set the scene part for this essay on the tourist behaviour and it is the main initial point for the final description of the topic which is to be shaped further. To completely understand the tourist behaviour, it requires searching out the individual experiences and the motivations of travelling.