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
An example of this is the Chitwan National Park, which only hire local residents because it helps to benefit the economic of the country. It showed that tourism also help to develop and improve local services and infrastructure, such as rebuilding of highways and roads positively impact both of the locals and tourists who come to visit. However tourism has some negative effects, including rising prices in cities and towns experiencing mass tourism. If businesses realize they can get more money from tourists, the price of property, goods and services will increase.
Tourism can be defined as a temporary movement of people to travel to places outside their living environment for leisure, business or other purposes and they will take on the facilities and services during their stay in those destinations to meet their needs. Because of that, the tourism industry today has become one of the most important industries for almost all the countries and this is because of the tremendous mobility of people and the surge of flow of foreign currency into the countries. Every single country in the world makes a great emphasis on the tourists attractions development to attract the tourists in order to boost the economy of all the countries efficiently. Nevertheless, what are the motives that make tourists travel? 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.
Immigration is a process where a person enters to a new country for the purpose of permanent residence and for the purpose of higher education, standard of living, better facilities and better pay. However, some people migrate due to escalating poverty, unemployment, political, economic fluctuation, escape from prejudice along with worse environment changes and family reunification or just a wish to live in new surroundings on a voluntary basis. Starvation is also a key factor among people who migrate to host country. Natural disasters are big causing of immigration it forces people to shift another country. It increases energy and innovation of a country, low cost labor and better environment.
Direct effects are those that stem from direct earnings from the tourism industry. An example would be the earnings that a person makes from labour related to the tourism sector. These could be people who work in a hotel, restaurant, tour company, taxi company and more. However, the extent to which direct effects improve the situation of the poor, greatly dependson the country, labour market, tourism seasonality and more. Secondary effects are those that stem from non-tourism related activities.
Monika Rani Das John Remarek Language and Composition Group: Diamond 7 March 2018 Is globalization has negative aspect grater that positive aspect? Some people these days have started to notice negative sides such as losing culture and damage economic structure which can make our world the worst place to live. Nevertheless, most people out there are making this world a better place with the all positive aspect of globalization by which people are getting benefit such as knowledge about new culture and economic development. Having number of positive aspect of globalization, this world seems more progressive. So, I strongly believe that as people like globalization a lot and its positive impact is welcomed by most people out there, it has positive aspect much more than its negative aspect.
Tourism can also affect the population living in the country due to the amount of tourism which furthers the idea of more jobs need to be created for the new tourists. Of course, the impacts of tourism on the country as well as the people in that country can be positive or negative. Those impacts can either last a long time for example the environmental can be negatively affected, or it can also be a short-term affect for example the economy of that country can be improved by a lot, but it wouldn’t always be positive for a long time. Tourism can also cause problems, such as social dislocation, loss of cultural heritage, economic dependence and ecological degradation. Sustainable tourism is becoming so popular that some say that what we presently call ‘alternative’ will
BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY “ Welcome a tourist and send back a friend ”. Pundit Jawaharlal Nehru, India’s first Prime Minister. In the 21st century, tourism has emerged as a major economic driver throughout the globe, and it has been growing leaps and bounds. The growing demand for this smokeless industry is because of changing demographic characteristics of the people, changing life styles, increased disposable income, long leisure time, changing mindset of working class, advancements in transportation and rapid development of information technology. Innovation in the tourism destinations is also motivating the people to go for tours to enjoy their holidays.
Beside that, traveling has a harmful effect on the environment. Mostly it is caused by a lot of visitors or outsiders that want to visit and take a look on the culture, interesting place or do their own activities. And we can say traveling is one of the favorite activities of people around the world especially the millennials. Tourism may positively impact one’s country or city in terms of economic advantages, employment opportunities, foreign exchange earnings, and growth in the service sector. However, it may also put pressure on the environment, especially when there’s a huge number of visitors in regions where the resources are already inadequate.
Due to economic and political differences between growing and developed countries, tourism and tourists differently affect countries they visit. The advantages of tourism are mostly concentrated in an economic area of a country. Therefore, it directly and indirectly affects the labour market, the development of urban areas, competition and global integration. However, there are many disadvantages that the tourist industry produces. Some of these disadvantages include social and environmental costs, such as the pollution of the air, mainly produced by the airline transportation, and depletion of natural resources, such as water, and many more.