• Socio-Cultural Impacts of Tourism Development to the Residents of Kilifi Township
    SOCIO-CULTURAL IMPACTS OF TOURISM DEVELOPMENT TO THE RESIDENTS OF KILIFI TOWNSHIP A PROJECT REPORT SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE HOSPITALITY AND TOURISM MANANGEMENT OF PWANI UNIVERSITY COLLEGE (A Constituent College of Kenyatta Un...
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  • Selling Tourism
    SUMMER TRAINING REPORT SELLING TRAVELA Study of the Marketing tools being used in the Tourism Industry | SUBMITTED BY: (Dhruv Singh Chauhan) INDUSTRY GUIDE Mr Harpreet Bhatia General Manager (Product & Procurement) Table of Contents: Executive Summary……………1 Research...
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  • Tourism Product
    Tourism Management LECTURE 5 TOURISM PRODUCT * On successful completion of this module you should be able to: * define what tourism is and how it is related to the areas of hospitality, leisure, recreation events and travel * identify and compare the concepts of commodification and aut...
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  • Assignment Tourism Development
    Giovanni Oberti 18/05/12 Analyze the following videos and answer these questions in the Virtual Platform: 1. Do you consider these examples are tourism products? Why? I believe the Nor Oriental Tourism Circuit is an example of a tourism product more than the children’s forest. It is known...
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  • Wildlife Tourism
    Wildlife tourism can be an eco and animal friendly tourism, usually showing animals in their natural habitat. In wildlife tourism nature is one of the main product ingredients. Wildlife tourism is an important part of the tourism industries in many countries including many African and South American...
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  • Tourism English Final Exam
    Circle and Write the most correct answer: _____ 1. Who are the beneficiaries of hotel competition? a. The economists b. The consumers c. World Trade Organization d. The owners 2. Amtrak, VIA Rail and KTX are all examples of what kind of market: _____ a. monopoly b. oligopoly c. perfect c...
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  • Study Guide for Tourism
    Q1: what are the factors that influence the demand for tourism? * Attitude depend on an individual’s perception of the world * Perceptions are mental impressions of, say, a destination or travel company and are determined by many factors, which include childhood, family, work experience,...
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  • Tourism Research
    Chapter 1 – Introduction to Tourist Behaviour Clarifying Expressions * Tourist - away from home, non-employment based ( Time: 1 year) As long as money is spent on any services and accommodation is tourist WTO definition of tourist relates wholly on international tourist who are overnight...
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  • Kerala Model
    THE KERALA MODEL Based on the development experience of the southern Indian state of Kerala, refers to the state's achievement of significant improvements in material conditions of living, reflected in indicators of social development that are comparable to that of many developed countries, even th...
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  • Tourism Notes
    Tourism Notes ------------------------------------------------- Year 1 Ronan Keane Table of Contents Forecasting Demand 4 Poor forecasting: 4 Most popular variable (as measurement for demand): 4 Causative (Econometric) 4 Econometric models 5 Non-causative (time series) 5 Non-caus...
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  • Advertising Tourism Services
    ADVERTISING TOURISM SERVICES Advertising, particularly in trade journals is a major weapon in the promotional armory of many business travel and tourism organizations. As business travel and tourism is a high-spending activity, advertising tends to be glossy and colorful. To be successful, how...
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  • Support for Tourism
    SUPPORT FOR TOURISM Today the government is involved in tourism because it is a significant element of economic activity. Tourism worldwide is growing strongly. There are around 200 countries getting involved in the tourism industry. In Scotland the government is working for growth in tourism...
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  • Tourism
    Introduction The use of information technology in the hospitality industry has grown tremendously over the past 20 years. This journey has not always been smooth, but it has become clear that information technology is now a critical competitive weapon in the industry. This article examines how...
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  • Tourism Info
    Understanding tourism There are all sorts of aspects of tourism that I had never thought of before I did this project. I chose this topic because I love to travel, and I know that travelling has had a huge impact on my life and on my leisure habits. I will be going over what I found to be importa...
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  • Tourism
    ‘Anti – Discriminatory practice promoted in Health and Social care settings?’ Anti – discriminatory practice is taking positive action to tackle discrimination; this will involve identifying and challenging discrimination and being positive in your practice in your practice about diversity...
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  • Cultural Tourism
    The following were the difference between cultural tourism and the nature tourism, they are differ in various perspective as follows Nature tourism involve mainly the visits of tourists to natural localities or areas related to the natural tourist attraction such natural localities includes Nationa...
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  • Tourism in the Chatham Islands
    The current issue and full text archive of this journal is available at www.emeraldinsight.com/1750-6204.htm Tourism, indigenous peoples and endogeneity in the Chatham Islands Peter Wiltshier School of Culture and Lifestyle, University of Derby, Buxton, UK, and Tourism in the Chatham Islands...
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  • Tourism
    Tourism The temporary movement of people to destinations outside the normal places of work and residence, the activities undertaken during their stay in those destinations, and the facilities created to cater to their needs Transport for tourism As a cost/tool rather than a benefit, with low intr...
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  • Tourism
    Potsdam Conference The Potsdam Conference was held at Cecilienhof, the home of Crown Prince Wilhelm Hohenzollern, in Potsdam, occupied Germany, from July 17 to August 2, 1945. Participants were the Soviet Union, the United Kingdom and the United States. The three powers were represented by Communis...
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  • Tourism Notes
    Globalization the process, accelerated by communication technologies, of turning the world into a single community & in particular, a single market. It has been described as ‘boundarylessness’. Structural change a fundamental transformation of some activity or institution which brings about a c...
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