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  • The Tourism Behaviour of Bucharest's Population
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    PROGRAMME APPLICATION COURSES TOURISM Convenor & Coordinator : Prof. K.V. Bhanumurthy Joint Coordinator : Dr. Abha Mathur 1 Tourism Course Objective The application course aims to familiarize the students with a brief background of tourism, its concepts, development and scope...
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    Africa Volume 24, Number 3 (September 2007 ) Holiday package tourism and the poor in the Gambia Jonathan Mitchell & Jojoh Faal1 This paper analyses the tourism value chain in order to understand and encourage propoor growth of the tourist sector in The Gambia. The central finding is that about 14 per...
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  • Coastal Tourism in Kerala
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  • Tourism in India
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    INTRODUCTION TO TOURISM : “God’s earth in all its fullness and beauty is for the people, Thomas Cook Yes god’s earth is very charming and beautiful ones. Travel from the ancient time has held a fascination for mankind .The urge to explore new places and seek a change of environment is not new...
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    1.0 Tourism and International Tourism Tourism is the movement of people from one place to another. The tourism product is different from other products as it is produced and consumed simultaneously by the consumer. The buyer has to experience the product and services to know the worthiness of the...
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    Twenty Years Perspective Plan of Tourism for the State of Madhya Pradesh Final Report Vol. I – Main Report Submitted to: The Market Research Division Department of Tourism Ministry of Tourism & Culture Government of India C-1, Hutments, Dalhousie Road New Delhi-110011 February, 2003 JPS...
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