• Social Responsible Tourism in India
    SOCIAL RESPONSIBLE TOURISM IN INDIA: EVALUATION OF THE COOPERATION BETWEEN A TOUR OPERATOR AND SOCIAL PROJECTS SOZIAL VERANTWORTLICHER TOURISMUS IN INDIEN EVALUATION DER ZUSAMMENARBEIT EINES REISEVERANSTALTERS MIT SOZIALEN PROJEKTEN BACHELORARBEIT GEMÄß § 14 ABS. 1 UND 4 BIS 9 DER ALLGEMEINEN...
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  • Tourism Can Be a Double-Edged Sword for a Country. Discuss
    Tourism refers to the activities of tourists, people who visit places for pleasure, and the industry that caters to their needs. It can be a double-edged sword for a country to a certain extent due to its advantages as well as its disadvantages. The advantages are economic, cultural and environmental...
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  • Ecotourism
    Outline Introduction Advantages: 1. Environmental: a) Symbiotic relationship with nature b) Environmental education 2. Economic: a) Beneficial for the whole country b) Beneficial for local people Disadvantages 1. Environmental: a) Carbon...
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  • Toursim of India
    ndiaThese are the disadvantages of tourism: cultural destruction, (modernization, freezes culture as performers, loss: language, religion, rituals, material culture.)  primary products (sun, sand, sea, resources in short supply used on tourists in LEDCs)  environmental destruction (game drives...
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  • Ielts
    Tourism Essays Tourism is an excellent way to develop a country, but it can also cause harm. How can countries ensure that tourism benefits the development. It is irrefutable that tourism has become the backbone of many economies of the world. In fact many countries rely on the tourist dollar for their...
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  • Eco-Tourism
    some places tourism growth has threatened wildlife, in most cases it inspires many to conserve it. 2. Definition of eco-tourism Ecotourism is travelling to natural places that are vulnerable and the tourists are required to act responsibly in order to minimize the negative aspects of tourism on the environment...
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  • Operations
    Understanding the concept of Globalisation. * Liberalisation and Privatisation. * Different approaches to Globalisation. * Learning the advantages and disadvantages of Globalisation. * How has liberalisation and privatisation affected Globalisation? * How does Globalisation influence the Indian...
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  • Marketing Strategy for the State Kerala
    The immense potential of the tourism sector to act as a catharsis of economic and social development has been acknowledged in national and international forums. Almost all the states in India have placed tourism on a priority platform, making efforts to exploit the tourism resources and potential offered...
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  • Tourism
    \MBA\Strategic Tourism Management group: SMA1V2 Final paper - Analysis of new markets ( India , China ) ( opportunities and challenges to international tourism ) ...
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  • Miss
    continent, but other regions in the world is keeping up more and more with Europe in industrial capacity and development. The BRICS countries, China, India, Brazil, South Africa, Russia and several others, e.g. several African nations, have growth rates beyond what European countries have, and Europe is...
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  • Vinpearland
    000-square-foot Shopping Mall etc. (Vinpearland 2010). The final goal of Vingroup is to build the island become one of the top destinations of Vietnam's tourism. The first ideal and wish of invertors and architect, Mr. Claude Cuvelier, through designing the island is developing modern and luxury architecture...
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  • Tourism in Mauritius
    Tourism in Mauritius – A detailed report and a proposition of strategies to enhance the economical growth Mohan V. Jadhav ISITECH BUSINESS SCHOOL Cyber city, Ebene, Mauritius ...
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  • Developing Ecotourism
    of Bakkhali Group Project prepared under Rajiv Gandhi Chair Preface This project has been prepared under the aegis of Rajiv Gandhi Chair in Eco -systems & Sustainable Development under the supervision of Professor Sarmila Banerjee by the Masters level students in Economics with specialization...
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  • Eco Tourism
    Ecotourism is a form of tourism involving visiting fragile, pristine, and relatively undisturbed natural areas, intended as a low-impact and often small scale alternative to standard commercial (mass) tourism. Its purpose may be to educate the traveller, to provide funds forecological conservation, to...
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  • Tourism Research
    Introduction The hotel industry is one of the most essential aspects when it comes to travel and tourism. Hotel and lodging establishments is an in demand property that without these infrastructures, tourism industry lacks an aspect and may cause a decrease on its economic impact. It is considered a need...
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  • Youth Population
    2010 Age and sex distribution for the year 2010: Uganda Population Pyramid for 2020 Predicted age and sex distribution for the year 2020: Advantages of Youth Population (Once they reach the age of 20 yrs.+) : * A large youth population in emerging economies represents a significant economic...
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  • Impact of Tourism
    Tourism, as in other industries, has three interconnected aspects: environment, socio-cultural, and economic. Discuss the positive and negative impacts of tourism in relation to these areas. Tourism is defined as ‘the temporary movement of people to destinations beyond their normal place of work and...
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  • Special Interest Tourism
    Darjeeling since the British Raj and tea tourism for tea lovers gives the tea  lovers a perfect opportunities to learn what so unique about staying in the tea  plantations, knowing about the history and commercial importance. This  report includes detailed study on tea tourism in Darjeeling, different types of  tea, advantages and disadvantages of tea tourism...
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  • Eco-tourism
     Content Introduction 1. Definition of ecotourism 2. The Advantages of Eco-tourism 3. The Disadvantages of Eco-tourism Conclusion Sources Introduction Ecotourism is defined as responsible travel to natural areas that protect the environment and improve the welfare of local people...
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  • Marketing
    TowerBridge is the first green hotel among Novotel over the Uk.Novotel achieved certificate from “Green Globe”; an world wide cirtification body on travel tourism and hospitality industries, provide certificate on greening in 2008. Any hotel can achieve green certificate after successful implementation of green...
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