Positives And Disadvantages Of Tourism

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Since the start of everything humans have travelled. Water, food, shelter and trade were the major reasons why people travelled. However societies wanted more advantage from tourism, so people began using it as pleasure and to explore. Technology has been attached to tourism, as the better the technology more ways there are to get where you want to. From domesticating animals to the extent of travelling on wheels or by boat. Throughout the years improvements have allowed different methods to travel and tourism has gradually been increasing. When this began people walked or ride animals. Then technology greatly enhanced with the invention of the wheel and the sail. My favourite voyage was when I was ten years old. I toured the whole of Costa…show more content…
If a country wants tourists to come, it will inevitably have to invest into hotels and other services, and it is here where the problem starts. Instead of the government using the people’s money and using it to make reforms which will actually help those people, it is spending money in satisfying foreigners necessities. Which can, in the long term, be beneficial because of the advantages commented above, however obviously, in the short term this can have an enormous negative impact on that country’s population as what they are paying as tax is not given back by the authorities neither directly or…show more content…
This means that the life conditions of the lower class will get worse, (less time spent with their families, more work) and not an increased pay will gradually make indignant all workers which can lead to several strikes and non-conformity reports. If the businessmen do not access to reduce the working hours or increase the pay there will be an evident lack of people wanting to work in this place, in consequence of this the businesses in this country will eventually stop functioning and disappear because of the labour
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