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.
Stable tourism approach is a comprehensive approach which wants a long term development on tourism industry without any destructive effects on natural ecosystems and emphasizes that human being will be able to manipulate some special aspects of environment negatively positively in the form of tourism development (Mohseni, 1388). Stable tourism as an eco-friendly phenomenon, is economically possible and sociality acceptable, and it’s conditioned to protect environment and coordinated with tourism activities and socio-economic values (Reihanian et. al, 2012). Stable tourism tries to set up the relations among host society, tourism place, and tourists, since this relation can be dynamic and constructive, and it tries to modify the pressure and crisis among these components to minimize cultural and environmental damages, provide visitors satisfaction and help district’s economical growth (Mohseni,
These jobs can be found in restaurants, hotels and in other accompanying jobs of the tourism industry. In poor countries such jobs are most welcome; this can help the governments of these countries to serve local people. Sustainability is a must for the environment to be kept safe and
Knowledge of people’s motivations can help tourism organisations improve their tourist services and reach customers more efficiently. But it should be noted that tourists are not homogenous, they have different images of their ideal holiday and different travel motivations (Kozak, 2002). To be more effective, researchers should further examine travel motivations according to market segmentation. Market segmentation is a powerful tool that aims at identifying distinct groups of people who have similar needs and desires (Kirdar, 1997). Segmenting the market is important because different segments of the tourism market require various distribution and marketing mix.
The importance of total quality management in the tourist industry has risen to a fabulous level because of the growth of competitiveness of new tourist destinations and the change in preferences of tourists' behavior. The
TNZ has found that Tourism 2025 theme “targeting for value” is related with their own objective which is to increase the value of international visitors to New Zealand so now the industry is working together to ensure that the common vision is reached. c) SWOT analysis This is identified by a corporate/resource analysis, environmental scanning and market research. This is an important analysis for the tourism industry as it finds the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats within the organisation. Using Queenstown as an example for a SWOT analysis from a tourism point of view would include; Strengths – Being well known as the ‘Capital World of Adventure’ Weaknesses – It isn’t easily accessible for those who are disabled Opportunities – Any industrial improvements or developments that could increase international or domestic visitation Threats – Competitors from other regions in New Zealand or in another country that offers similar or more unique products. Carrying out a SWOT analysis involves internal and external factors and based on these the organisation then can determine any actions they’d like to proceed afterwards while also overcoming any weaknesses and threats towards their organisation.
When the industries are on peak positions then managing diversity is a critical to competiveness. Diversity management reacts to proactive rapid change. This is the reason the sustainable tourism focuses on the cultural and the natural resources. Sustainable tourism is the concept of visiting places as a tourist and trying to make and positive impact on the environment. Mainly the heritage value of the place, cultural identity of the place, the natural value of the place contributes to the destination of the tourism.
Tourism is said to be one of the fastest growing economic activities in the world (Filion et al., 1994). However tourism can have opposite effects according to the way how to manage it. Tourism can have positive impact on the socio-cultural, economic and environmental sides such as improve local people’s knowledge by having interaction with foreigner, have a significant opportunity to develop for many countries and communities and the government will try to improve their own countries’ image by reducing the pollution. But there will also have the negative effect on each area for example loss of traditional culture, increase cost of living for local people and also damage the environment by tourism development. In this essay, I’m going to talk about the negative and
Introduction Corporate social responsibility reflects the benefits corporations provide to local communities, the country as well as the environment in general. Globalisation has caused an increase in pressure on companies as well as their employees to act responsibly in and outside of the office. Companies will benefit in the sense that customers will be more loyal to them, locals will be more tolerant and cooperative, employees will be happy, output improves as well as reducing the risk of hazards and accidents that affect the natural ecosystem (Idowu and Towler 2004). Corporate social responsibility is employed by companies as a means to get closer and to repay their staff as well as the community as a whole. Corporate social responsibility
A clean and properly managed land plays a big role for any country’s tourism industry. This particular industry cannot be looked down upon because it can be a prospective major source for 32the economy of any nation as proven in numerous countries. Brunei needs to take further steps to maintain the cleanliness of its land, especially within its main tourist attractions like Kampong Ayer and Tasek Merimbun. Thus, the government needs to raise their efforts to keep the Sultanate’s environment clean, and if it is left unkempt, it will surely affect its tourism industry which can serves as a potential economic contributor. This essay will discuss why the environment can cause an impact on Brunei’s tourism industry and economy.