Successful advertising movements such as the “All you need is Ecuador” campaign have generated results and prizes as recently the country was awarded for the best tourism video of the Americas by the World Tourism Organisation. In 2014 all this investment caused a 14% increase in International tourist arrivals, growing three times faster than the world average. There are a number of reasons as to why tourism is beginning to flourish in Ecuador. It has been recognised as one of the countries with the greatest megadiversity in the world per square metre. Almost 8% of amphibian species, 5% of reptile species, 8% of mammal species, and 16% of bird species on Earth can be found in Ecuador, a country that makes up only 0.2% of the world’s land area.
According to LUKOIL estimates (2013), the global demand for liquid hydrocarbons will continue to grow by 1.2% on average annually and will reach 105 mb/d by 2025. The major market pressure in oil demand will come from the transportation sector, a sector where oil is the principal energy source (over 90%). The consumption of liquid hydrocarbons will be on the increase in developing countries due to the fact that the transportation industry is undergoing rapid growth. • Demographic factors The world’s population will continue to grow rapidly.
Toyota is a standout amongst the most momentous business examples of overcoming adversity ever. With a yearly benefit level higher than GM, Portage and Chrysler together, Toyota is an exceptional benefit generator. Amid the 2006/2007 monetary year benefit became by 19.8 percent and came to 100 billion SEK. Its return on resources is roughly 8 times higher than the business normal and the organization has made a benefit the last 60 back to back years. Toyota is an in number or even prevailing player in every fragment from economy to extravagance and autos to pickup trucks.
In 2015, their purchasing power increased at an annual growth rate of 7,5% which was more than twice as fast as the growth for the overall American purchasing power. And these numbers are expected to grow as it is estimated that the purchasing power of Hispanics would represent nearly two trillion dollars by 2019. Hispanics are not only influencing the American economy with their purchasing power, today there are more than 4 million Hispanic owned businesses throughout the United States. According the Unites States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Hispanics entrepreneurs have been starting businesses at a pace 15 times the national average over the last decade and this despite the recession. Their businesses contributed over 600 billion dollars in revenue to the national economy in 2015.
The tourism industry contributes significantly to the worldwide economy, employing 200 million people and representing 10% of global GDP (Socci, 2016). International tourism is defined as a person or group of people temporarily visiting a foreign country and the activities they partake in while abroad (Filiposki, 2014). Socci expands on the definition by identifying ten primary sub-industries that combine to form a more aptly named tourism “cluster.” These sub-industries include: accommodation services; hotel and restaurant; food and beverage; land transport; water transport; rail transport; air transport; supporting transportation services; recreational, cultural, and sporting services; and retail and country-specific tourism (2016). In 2014, foreign tourism generated $1409 billion, which was 30% of global service exports (Filiposki, 2014).
Tourism has become one of the important economic factor for any nation today. With the increase in technology, the world is gradually changing and becoming closer and smaller day by day. The country known for its advanced technology, Japan is popular in terms of travel, commerce, technology, cuisine, popular culture and shopping. Globalization has played a vital role in interchanging activities such as goods, services, technology, culture, and even the lifestyle of people around the world. Japan’s tourism has grown rapidly in the recent years.
In this paper I will demonstrate that ethical tourism is the better option that guarantees a stable economic growth while keeping cultural integrity and environmental protection. Even though mass tourism accounts for the rise in employment and gross national product, its economic benefits become marginal as social and environmental costs increase. I will show that ecotourism and pro-poor tourism, as forms of ethical and responsible tourism, contribute to the conservation of the wildlife heritage and to the development of a sustainable growth. Mass tourism concerns all those activities that include shifting of large groups of tourists, high volume of sales, utilization of holiday packages and development of infrastructure and transportation systems. After the second World War, mass tourism increased substantially.
IDENTIFY AND RESEARCH A TOURISM ATTRACTION Introduction Tourism has experienced continued growth and extensive diversification and competition on the last decades, becoming one of the fastest growing economic sectors in the world and by consequence, one of the main income sources for many developing countries. “Every time we travel we are part of a global movement that has the power to drive inclusive development, to create jobs and to build the sustainable societies we want for our future,” says the actual UNWTO¹ Secretary General, Taleb Rifai. “This movement also contributes to build mutual understanding and to safeguard our shared natural and cultural heritage,” he completes. A sustainable and responsible approach to tourism means that neither the natural environment nor the socio-cultural organisation of the host communities would be compromised by the arrival of tourists.
2 Tourism Industry “Tourism comprises the activities of persons travelling to and staying in places outside their usual environment for not more than one year for leisure, business and other purposes”. United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO). “Tourism is the temporary short-term movement of people to destinations outside the places where they normally live and work, and activities during their stay at these destinations; it includes movement for all purposes, as well as day visits or excursions. ”(Holloway, 1987, p.2 & 3).
Nowadays hospitality and tourism industry is one of the main industry in this world. A lot of people need a place to escape from their routines or even just to stay overnight as they having a business trip to other places. We call these people as customer or guest. Human mobility from one place to another , both in the country and from and abroad is very high. Human mobility is not only related to business activities but also recretional activities.