4.0 The mix of Stakeholders involvements in the development of Tourism in Ghana Stakeholders are very important in the development of tourism in the country. The stake holders of Ghana tourism include Ghana Tourism Authority, Government, Ministry of Tourism, Traditional rulers, Ministries, Departments and Agencies, Ghana Investment Promotions center (GIPC) etc. these stakeholders has various functions and performs different roles to help in the development of tourism in the country. It is known that Government and the locals are the important stakeholders in tourism developments and sustainability in a country (William and Lawson, 2001). Freeman (2010) stated that an organization can be characterized by its relationship with the organization
They think tourists are not aware about the local culture that causes social problems. Most of the respondents strongly agreed that local people should be included in the tourism planning process. • This study reveals that tourists and local people are not concerned about the environment and ecological balance of this Island. But environment is the most vital factor for the study area because of the unique physical setting. Even most of the respondents do not know the Saint Martin 's Island has been declared an Ecologically Critical Area and is protected under the law.
“ — Paul Theroux. Currently, this is an explicit example to comprehend that tourism comprises an irreplaceable source of income. Moreover, according to the UNWTO World Tourism Organization, receipts from consumption by foreign visitants on their accommodation, entertainment, food and other varied services attained approximately 1159 billion dollars in 2013. Such tolerable results again corroborate the importance of tourism in the promotion of economic development. Furthermore, introducing the country to the world and making it well-known is considered to be another profitable side of the tourism.
the first strategy to maximize the potential benefits and minimize the cost is for the country law makers to establish a law that protect the local business. By making it I know that tourism Is of crucial importance to the country’s economic state, and to protect the place itself by forcing laws to protect the place. simple laws such as no littering, no factory waste, etc.… the more littered and damaged the place is the more people inclined to visit such place. making lose its
“The role of Destination Marketing Organisations in distributing and marketing the tourism product” Destination management and destination marketing organizations (DMOs) are new phenomena in tourism professional practice and in the tourism literature. However, they have now become recognized as being integral to the success of a tourism destination (Alastair, 2012). Defining DMOs According to traveloregon.com a Destination Marketing Organization is an organization whose primary function is to attract visitors to its locale for the purpose of enhancing the local economy through the purchasing of tourism supplies such as hotel’s rooms, food and beverage, retail items, transportation and visitor services (traveloregon.com, 2014). According
Role of Advertising on Tourism According to Rong and Mu (2013), there are various ways to increase the market in the tourism industry. The use of a brand name in getting the public‟s attention works well or method of regional cooperation in tourism. However, the use of advertising as the primary means of success requires a carefully analysis of the tools in the fields of scientific, social and economic behavior. Moradkhani (2014), defined advertising as the activity or profession of producing advertisements for commercial products or services. The tourism industry must use advertising as the primary tool for its professional gain.
1. Introduction Tourism industry is one of the most important tertiary sector industries for any country. This is because the tourism industry does not only result in high influx of foreign exchange, but also helps achieving other macroeconomic objectives such as high employment, higher standards of living, cross cultural relationships, exchange of technology, and higher gross domestic products. Japan is a country that has huge prospects for tourism. Not only the country is economically and politically stable, but also has an edge that its government has always taken a keen interest in promoting international tourism for Japan.
How should tourism be more aimed at directly benefiting Belizeans and the economy? 2. What are the different possible options available that can make more local Belizean have investments opportunities in the tourism industry? Purpose of the Study The purpose of this study is to explore ways in which tourism benefits the people of Belize directly, compared with the degree of satisfaction that they ascribe to their lives. Tourism is one of the highest
Long, P. H. et al (2011) study reveals that “residents perceive the positive environmental impacts of tourism to be greater than that of the negative.” However, often times the negative impacts are highlighted more than the positive impacts. The researchers are in total agreement that tourism impacted the environment in more positive ways than negative. As a result of tourism visitation to countries, attractions and historical site are more cared for. If you should observe destination that has minimum tourist arrival, then you would see that less development are going on in those areas. It as a result of the increase in tourism arrival, that leads to the refurbishing of buildings, construction of roads, and other development.
RESPONSIBLE TOURISM AND THE VILLAGE EXPERIENCE WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO WAYANAD Introduction Tourism is prepensed to be an economic bonanza. It is a multi-segment industry while calibrating the positive economic ramification of tourism, its contribution to the generation of national income, expansion of employment opportunities, increasing of taxes, revenue, and generation of foreign exchange and transformation of regiment economy. Tourism industry is a heterogeneous industry made of complex components. This intangible perishable service industry is getting the right business curve backed by information and communication technology now-a-day. Tourism is sought as an opportunity to more beyond cycles of poverty toward a better life and