• Sustainable Tourism
    2. ECO-TOURISM VS. SUSTANAIBLE TOURISM. Sustainable tourism is also often referred to as: * Eco-tourism: small scale, indigenous low-key activities with an emphasis on preserving the natural environment. * Alternative tourism: may be at the beginning of tourism development and could later...
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  • Gap Analysis
    Journal of tourism [Issue 13] COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS BETWEEN CENTRALIZED AND STATE-WISE TOURISM CAMPAIGNS IN INDIA Assistant Professor Dr. Nripendra SINGH Research Scholar Ms. Sunaina AHUJA Jaypee Business School, Noida, India Associate Professor Ph.D. Alexandru NEDELEA "Ștefan cel Mare" University...
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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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  • Medical Tourism
    Medical Tourism in Developing Countries explores the emerging markets in medical tourism and the benefiting economic growth of its host countries. Medical tourism can be defined as a hybrid industry, combing tourism and medicine in one package. Bookman and her daughter analyze the medical tourism industry...
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  • Case Analysis
    POVERTY REDUCTION THROUGH COMMUNITY-BASED TOURISM IN VIET NAM: A CASE STUDY A paper contributed by the ITC Export-led Poverty Reduction Programme Team (EPRP) POVERTY REDUCTION THROUGH COMMUNITY-BASED TOURISM IN VIET NAM: A CASE STUDY 1. INTRODUCTION Tourism is one of the most important sources of...
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  • Phil. Retirement Authority
    å(LOGO) PHILIPPINE RETIREMENT AUTHORITY A Research Paper for Tourism 100: Introduction to Tourism Theory Submitted to: MR. JAME MONREN T. MERCADO Nutrition and Hospitality Management Department Centro Escolar University 103 Esteban cor. Dela Rosa Streets, Legaspi Village Makati...
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  • Tourism and Development, Tourism as a Tool for Developing Nations
    | Tourism and Development | Individual assignment task: Why is tourism selected as development tool by so many developing nations? | | The introduction of this essay will be focus on tourism reality selected as a development tool by many developing nations. Development has usually been...
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  • United Nation Conference on Trading
    ............................................. The contribution of tourism to trade and development................................................. 2 2 GE.10 TD/B/C.I/L.2/Add.3 Chair’s summary The contribution of tourism to trade and development (Agenda item 5) 1. The Commission’s deliberation...
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  • Tourism Sustainable
    in the Travel and Tourism Industry, measures and indicators used to monitor performance. Also some examples of tour operators and airlines environmental projects have been discussed to understand the tourism organizations measures implement for the development of sustainable tourism. Strategies used to...
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  • Impacts of Foreign Tourism to India
    IMPACTS OF FOREIGN TOURISM TO INDIA POSITIVE IMPACTS 1. Generating Income and Employment: Tourism in India has emerged as an instrument of income and employment generation, poverty alleviation and sustainable human development. It contributes 6.23% to the national GDP and 8.78% of the total employment...
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  • Peace Through Tourism
    Journal of Business Ethics (2010) 89:559–568 DOI 10.1007/s10551-010-0407-3 Ó Springer 2010 Peace through Tourism: The Birthing of a New Socio-Economic Order Louis D’Amore ABSTRACT. Humankind is currently witnessing, and shaping, the most significant and rapid paradigm shift in human history...
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  • Benefits of Ecotourism
    Information and EvaluationWhether called nature tourism or ecotourism, recreational and educational travel based on natural attractions is a promising means of advancing social, economic, and environmental objectives in developing countries. It offers countries new opportunities for small-enterprise investment...
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  • Towards Sustainable Tourism – Key Problems and Issues Facing Hong Kong
    HTM 4105 Contemporary Tourism Issues Topic: TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE TOURISM – KEY PROBLEMS AND ISSUES FACING HONG KONG Introduction Unquestionably, Hong Kong is a blessed land where possesses prosperity and most of the elements of being a world class cosmopolitan which has successfully attracted visitors...
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  • Impact of Tourism
    Tourism is a rapidly growing phenomenon and has become one of the largest industries in the world. The impact of tourism is extremely varied. On one hand, it plays an important and certainly positive role in the socio-economic and political development in destination countries by, for instance, offering...
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  • Ministry of Tourism
    INTRODUCTION MINISTRY OF TOURISM Malaysia is a very unique country. It has many interesting place to be visited. The interesting place is most popular among tourist in country or outside of the country. The examples of interesting place in Malaysia are beautiful Island such as Tioman Island...
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  • Space Tourism
    Special forms of tourism http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tourism#Special_forms_of_tourism (To use the hyperlinks, go to this site) For the past few decades other forms of tourism, also known as niche tourism, have been becoming more popular, particularly: • Adventure tourism: tourism involving travel...
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  • Jamaica: Environmental Audits for Sustainable Tourism (East) Project
    Background Jamaica’s economy is heavily dependent on tourism, which is the nation’s leading generator of foreign exchange earnings and revenue. Given the competitive nature of tourism in the Caribbean region, this sector is especially vulnerable to any degradation of its coastal resources. In recent...
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  • Mallorca Mass Tourism vs. Alternative Tourism
    of the Calm. The island‘s greatest assets are its magnificent landscapes together with its temperature and sunlight. Mallorca ideally combines the tourism at the coastal area with its excellent range of beaches with breathtaking inland mountains. Almost half of the island is taken up by protected areas...
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  • Tourism
    the importance of a major global tourism event to the future prospects of a tourist destination. Thus it chooses the Beijing Olympics Games to explore. This report can be divided into 5 main parts. First part is summarizing Beijing Olympic Games on the impact of tourism industry. It will explore from three...
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  • Z Hotel Tourism
    Tourism development: is the process by which a destination area provides facilities and services for visitors, whether on business or at leisure , as a way of securing economic and social benefits. According to Page and Connell destinations move through a cycle of development which lead to...
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