For Lopes (2011), Destination Image is one of the most important elements of a tourist destination, and becomes a critical factor for the success or failure of tourism management. A positive destination image perceived by the tourists will yield to a favorable
Tourist’s previous visits or experience to a destination was one of the commonly socio-demographic characters investigated in recent studies. Chi (2012) ensured that previous visits had a moderating effect on the relationship between tourist satisfaction and destination loyalty. The main objective of this study was to examine the relationship between tourists’ perceptions of the quality of tourism destinations in Cairo, their satisfaction and future behavioral intentions. In addition, this study examined the effect of previous visits to tourism destinations in the city of Cairo moderated the relationship between destination quality, satisfaction and behavioral
Introduction: Travel is the movement of people between relatively distant geographical locations, also relatively short stays between successive movements. The travel is very important in our life. So there are many incentives that make tourist travel to several places, such as nice weather, comfort, and self-entertainment and to enjoy. Focuses on my search the role of destination in tourism, types of destination and remarkable point is about travel motivators and how these motives influence people in choice of destination. Role of destination in tourism: Destination the place to which a person or thing travels.
2.1 Form of film tourism Film-induced Tourism, also refers as Film tourism or Movie induced tourism, is defined by Scottish Tourist Board (STB) (Roesch,2009 ,p69).The board explanation of film tourism is tourists visit a particular destination by viewing of a moving picture location on-screen, such as television, movie, video and DVD. (tourism management 0404) . According to Dr. Walaiporn Rewtrakunphaiboon (2008), Thai researcher, explain that destination image plays an important role in process of influencing in tourist making-decision and also influence tourist choice of visit destination. Films can become the source of information in some aspect of the country such as nature, traditional culture and people which build up the tourist 's attitudes
To completely understand the tourist behaviour, it requires searching out the individual experiences and the motivations of travelling. There are many of the researches and studies one in past by the great authors and researchers on the individual experiences and their motivations of travelling. The tourist behaviour in recent past has been studied with great efforts and many of the conclusions had been drawn regarding the crucial factors which do have an impact on the decision making of the tourist’s. There is a great risk involved in the process of destinations decision making. This is because of the reason that in this process a kind of purchase the potential tourists are often not in use to see the destinations before they decide to go there.
The main motivation for people to travel are to experience and taste he food and drinks that can provide a lasting memory in their lifetimes the reasons people travel because they want to experience the food and drinks of other places and also know their culture. The unique trips will make the traveller remember every detail of moments that they have at the destination. From the tourist view of experience, food consumption in tourism can be conceptual distinguished into ‘supporting consumer experience’ and ‘peak touristic experience’ as (Quan & Wang, 2004)
Image of Yazd in published photos of Iranian and international tourists in Instagram Masoud Zare Mehrjardy Literature review Destination Image: Destinations are places toward which people travel and where they choose to stay for a while to experience certain perceived attractions (Leiper, 1995). In the tourism industry, production, consumption, and experiential characteristics become interconnected in a given location. The complex processes of tourism production and consumption depend on destinations, be they a single community and its surroundings, a region, or a country(Saraniemi & Kylänen, 2011). There are several attitudes about tourism destination marketing and several relevant methods. According to poon(1993) perspective, destinations must follow four principles if they are to be competitive: put the environment first; make tourism a leading sector; strengthen the distribution channel in the market; build a dynamic private sector.
Mass media is very effective in fuelling the imaginations of people all over the world. Virtual representations are often directed towards taking people out of their routine daily lives. When this is the case, they start building not only an image of the destination and what it would be like, but also how that tourism experience can build their own personal identity.The packaging that is involved in these representations is critical in the sense that the decision to take a tour to a particular location is very strongly based on it. Hence, it is important that the real tourism experience comes closest to what the tourists believe they will experience when they actually live it. Many a times, this is accomplished by efforts to keep the tour highly restricted.
The development of infrastructures, the creation of facilities and promotion of tourist activities, as well as the stimulation of professional development of capabilities of people working on the tourism sector, will enhance the competitiveness of the destination and as a consequence will increase its attractiveness power. Furthermore, the efficient management of the destination will foster adequate and satisfactory living conditions for both residents and tourists, assuring a friendly environment for everyone and avoiding the negative consequences of mass tourism like scarce and expensive lodging, and disturbance caused by tourists in residential areas (Valls et al., 2014). Castro et al., in their studies, they said Tourism attractiveness has been utilized to understand visitors’ decision making processes and is dependent on availability of attractions and associated perceived importance. The results demonstrated that tourism attractiveness can be predicted through reputation, recreation facilities, and attractions in the region and population density (Castro et al.,