Community Wellbeing: Community wellbeing focuses on the quality of life in local communities. Survey result shows that 49% respondent’s state tourism has increased the living standard of the local people. • Cultural Richness: Cultural richness state to respect and enhance the historic heritage, authentic culture, traditions and distinctiveness of host communities. More than 62% tourists state that cultural exchange between residents and tourists is valuable for the local community. But 42.5% respondents believe that tourists are not aware about the local culture and 30.1% state neutral position on this statement.
Therefore, the generated income can move down to the lower income layers of the economy. Furthermore, tax revenues the government receives both from tourists and local businesses can be used in government expenditures on health, education, science and infrastructure. In addition, tourism significantly improves export opportunities for developing countries contributing to the expansion of their economic growth. The government foreseeing these advantages implements public policies favorable for the development of tourism. (Stynes,
The paper examines the prospects for the development of International Tourism, the state 's role in the development of this activity. The main estimation method of analyzing the impact of tourism on economy of China is regression model. The estimation model provided in this course paper demonstrates that business tourism is a leader among the other kinds of international tourism. Moreover, International Tourism is one of the major international economic activities that have a significant impact on both the structure and the general situation in the world economy. Finally, tourism development has a stimulating effect on the economy sectors such as transport, communications, trade, construction, agriculture, consumer goods, and is one of the most
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.
Result of this is that multiple companies are using the same route as the one RTT uses. Slum tourism is still growing, currently setting the prospected visitor number of RTT alone at 17.000 in 2013.With this knowledge at hand, it seemed plausible to assume that the tours may influence the workflow or daily routine of the community members. This assumption can be considered as a fact up to a certain extent. Although almost all respondents are confronted with tourists on a daily basis, the general perception of slum tours are positive, neutral or indifferent. Many respondents are more familiar with the idea of visitors coming into their community nowadays.
ASSESSMENT OF IRCTC SOUTH ZONE RTP BY CUSTOMERS The Tourism products and services offered by Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation Limited (IRCTC) are value added packages, special coaches, train charter, tourist trains, budget hotels and car rentals. The Ministry of Tourism designs national policies for the development and promotion of tourism. In the process, the Ministry consults and collaborates with other stakeholders in the sector including various Central Ministries/agencies, state governments, Union Territories and the representatives of the private sector. Concerted efforts are being made to promote new forms of tourism such as rural, cruise, medical and eco-tourism. Different Tour packages are operating by Tourism department
ICOMOS (International Scientific Committee on Cultural Tourism) 1997 Cultural tourism can be defined as that activity which enables people to experience the different ways of life of other people, thereby gaining at first hand an understanding of their customs, traditions, the physical environment, the intellectual ideas and those places of architectural, historic, archaeological or other cultural significance which remain from earlier times. Cultural tourism differs from recreational tourism in that it seeks to gain an understanding or appreciation of the nature of the place being visited. UNWTO (World Tourism Organization) 2004 (Cultural tourism) represent movements of people motivated by cultural intents such as study tours, performing arts, festivals, cultural events, visits to sites and monuments, as well as travel for pilgrimages… it is also about immersion in and enjoyment of the lifestyle of the local people, the local area and what constitutes its identity and
(Eccles1995). Dubai follows the method of mixture state-controlled and combined tourism forecasting model and the political strength and the visualisation of the ruler. (Shapley, 2008).The role of strategic vision in branding highlight on destination and emphasized on the 6P’ namely purpose, people, performance, products, positioning, and process in destination branding. (Balakrishnan,
The social exchange paradigm can be a useful theory that can explain both the positive and negative impacts of the tourism industry as perceived by the host group. According to this theory, people always pursue what is valuable, which means that the perceived value is one of the crucial factors that determines the residents' awareness of the tourist. Andereck et al. (2005) explains that "stakeholders' attitudes toward and support for tourism in their community will be influenced by their evaluations of the actual and perceived outcomes tourism has in their community". It means that if perception of local community is base on benefit from an exchange they evaluate it positively and therefore they help to promote and develop tourism.
Thus, resort development will help to maintain the landscape of the site and create greenery. The place has the potential of becoming a weekend gateway for the tourists nearby and especially from Mumbai since it is just 2 hour drive way. Inspite of the adequate tourist flow to this place, it is without any adequate available accomodation or restaurants to satisfy the needs of the