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Tourism Product : meaning and development
 
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Subject:Hotel & Tourism Management Paper: Tourism Products of India
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New types of tourism product
 
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Tourism Product Development
 
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Tourism Product Development
 
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The BCR - The Boat Club Residence
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Tourism product club
 
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Discover what a tourism product club is, the benefits that such a club has for you as an entrepreneur, and the main steps towards its establishment. You will also find practical templates that help you to promote the creation of a product club. TOURISM PRODUCT CLUB A tourism product club is A group of companies who work together to develop new products or to improve products. "Why?" The tourism system changed" More competitiveness Consumers demand more Highly differentiated and qualified tourist segments. New need for COLLABORATION among companies To achieve common goals Keys to running a tourism product club Common objectives for all the members; Similar interests for all the members; Commitment and cooperation of all the members. Benefits: For members: - Greater market opportunities. - Income at a lower cost. - More market penetration with less effort. - Increased forecasting of seasonal demand. - Increased certainty for market shares. - Increased competitiveness. - Increased credibility. - Improved business image. For tourists - Greater consumption alternatives. - Greater diversity of supply at point of sale. - Increased certainty of purchase. - Increased confidence in the quality of service. For the destinations. - Greater employment opportunities. - Increased forecasting demand. - Better image of the destinations' services. - Increased confidence in own ability. Steps for creating a tourism product club Identification of club components: All components must be related to the product itself. Definition of a business model: This includes stating the objectives of the club, the criteria for its membership, implementation tools, design promotion and marketing strategies, etc. Definition of the management model: This includes the definition of the legal constitution, regulations, management structure, funding model, development of the management manual, etc. Starting up: Actions settled in work sessions between all partners Monitoring and evaluation The undertaken actions must be monitored and evaluated. Main actions carried out by tourism product clubs: design of new packages; promotion and marketing strategy; communications strategies; holding of seminars, conferences, etc.. market research. Examples of good practices 1. PRODUCT CLUB FOR NAUTICAL CENTERS www.estacionesnauticas.info - Main purpose: to stimulate and revitalise the "sun and beach" tourism destinations and to respond to new behaviour and consumption demand patterns. - It is organised around promoting and structuring the offer of water sports and activities. 2. TOURISM PRODUCT CLUB: THE MOST BEAUTIFUL VILLAGES IN ITALY (TRENTINO) www.visittrentino.it - Main purpose: to promote tourism development in communities with high historical, cultural, and artistic traditions, but that are marginalised from the main tourism circuits. - It is organised around promoting tourism in these communities. Now, it is your turn: promote the creation of a tourism product club: Define the idea; Contact the companies; Start the process for creating a new product club. Explain the business benefits for them in your dialogue.
Tourism and Development
 
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Product - Development Stages
 
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This video explores the 8 stages of product development. As well, it helps identify what we mean by 'product' and where the development process fits into the Marketing Mix.
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Policy Used To Develop Guidelines Of The Tourism Product
 
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Efforts being made towards the development of a national and sustainable tourism development planned, the STDP
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The Next Generation of Tourism Marketing - iLandGuide
 
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iLandGuide is a digital travel guide application for smartphone user tourists on vacation islands all over the World. Also it's a new, revolutionary way for the local businesses to communicate their products and services to thousands of tourists. Check out more on our website. http://advertise.ilandguide.com
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Monchasha Eco Village @ Eco Tourism
 
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Monchasa Eco Village @ East Midnapore @ West Bengal Song: Erik Lund - One Day In Paradise (Vlog No Copyright Music) Music promoted by Vlog No Copyright Music. Video Link: https://youtu.be/Ee2seuXpCRU “mon chasha” is our latest rural based sustainable ecotourism module operating with social responsibility over at village paushi, east midnapore. “mon chasha” is a blend of authentic village culture, pure earthen tradition, cultural heritage of a speed less rural life and a true sentiment of natural india. why we create monchasha ? across the world the trends of industrialization and development have had an urban centric approach. alongside, the stresses of urban lifestyles have led to a “counter-urbanization” syndrome. this has led to growing interest in the rural areas. rural tourism is one of the few activities which can provide a solution to these problems. so that we have created “monchasha” within a domestic area of a most unpopular village to show the world that tourism can sustain without an important site seeing spot as seabeach, mountain, jungle area etc. “monchasha” is for those exhausted people who are going through a very busy hectic schedule day after day. to them who are “going to be a part of tourism” is a not a luxury now-a-days but a very basic need. an earnest need for a two days peace.   at the same time this trend of urbanization has led to falling income levels, lesser job opportunities in the total areas leading to an urbanization syndrome in the rural areas. also due to the economic situation rural people are facing lots of problem facing the daily challenges. here “monchasha” is acting as a job generator affecting a positive poverty alleviation. from the very first day we have hired local labours to make our “monchasha”. also major purchases (daily requirement) from the local market affects a positive and practical rural development in the grass root level of village paushi.   rural india has much to offer to the world. rich in traditions of arts, crafts, heritage, culture, rural india can emerge as important tourist spots. those in the developed world who have a craze for knowledge about traditional ways of life, arts & crafts will be attracted to visit rural india if the concept of rural tourism is marketed well. according to demand by the guests at “monchasha” we have recently started fields like “sahajiya” – the cultural centre & “nabya nakshi” – the handicraft centre. already we have launched a live pottery demonstration by local potters. soon we are making the proper shade.   in india we find tourism destinations in different stages of what is termed as the product life cycle. for example, a region like digha – mandarmoni, a city like darjeeling – kalimpong has reached a maturity level. they no more require promotion and have similarly exhausted their carrying capacity (infrastructural, environmental or social impacts). on the contrary please look at the other rural regions which are struggling hard to promote their attractions and develop their tourism products. the same is the case with many rural parts of india, even after having enough potential to attract both domestic and foreign tourists. after a successful six months operation of “monchasha” our report says “monchasha” is acting as a peaceful ecofriendly oasis in a vast desert of over developed, over promoted, over polluted and over populated tourism spots where mood of leisure is lacking. in reality we have experienced that, a tremendous crisis is still present in the weekend tourism subject here over at bengal. so this is the right time to start this type of small projects.   continuous living with a fast life makes us partly mechanical resulting different abnormal effects. family commitments, work pressure, money issues increase the anxiety and stress level in a human. to recover and manage up with the stress there is very little time left to require care of the health. hectic schedule results to some common diseases like coronary heart disease, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, hypertension, infection of urinary tract etc and a ton of health problems. also with a heavy workload, working parents has to spend more time in the office with their pile of work rather than at home with their family. this has led to a lack of communication among the family members and affected family relationships adversely. misunderstandings and arguments are bound to happen which become the cause of divorces and broken homes. “monchasha” is that type of arena where you can talk to yourself, enjoy quality time with your family or simply format your cpu
Views: 2543 Wander Traveller
Tourism and its types
 
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Principles of sustainable tourism
 
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Tourism & Hospitality Law
 
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MATTA Use Technology To Promote Tourism Products And Services
 
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Diverse tourism product development to transform the sector
 
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A diverse tourism product development which is more appealing to the modern day tourist, development of infrastructure and changing the marketing strategy is tipped to transform the tourism sector in the country into a world class destination. Cabinet Secretary for Tourism Najib Balala says this is based on a research done by two international consultants whose findings will be rolled out in the next three months.
Views: 91 KBC Channel 1
Motor tourism, a new tourism product
 
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Motor tourism is set to go into overdrive as a new tourism product in the country. Tourism Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ng Yen Yen says come December, a task force is scheduled to meet and chart out a roadmap to develop the sector.
Views: 24 SPH Razor
Top 3 - Tourism Marketing Ideas
 
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Let's distill out the very core of what's important in Marketing to Tourists http://deanlewis.biz We made a little top three countdown of what we consider to be the most important things you should be doing to attract tourists to your business. Of course, there are many great tourism-marketing ideas and this list is subjective, but we believe these are three essential elements of any successful campaign. Do you have some ideas you think should be included in a list of the very best? Feel free to add them in the comments below and we will make a new list of Marketing Ideas for Tourism. If you have any questions about items we've listed, please post them as well. http://youtu.be/oqhAnJ4TiEo Tourism Marketing Ideas If you would like to learn more about making a YouTube Video like this: http://www.youtube.com/yt/dev/ DeanLewis.net 1319 Willow Creek Lane Sevierville, TN 37876 Music by: Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)  Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Views: 29088 Dean Lewis
To Understanding tourist behavior
 
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Tourism Development Company
 
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The Tourism Development Company Limited (TDC) is a state enterprise of the Government of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, mandated to develop and market Trinidad and Tobago’s tourism product and improve the local tourism sector. Formed in May 2005, the TDC is the implementation arm of the Ministry of Tourism, dedicated to realising the vision for tourism in Trinidad and Tobago. This vision is guided by several long-term goals and the intention is for tourism to serve as a major pillar in the diversification of Trinidad and Tobago’s economy. This objective is to establish Trinidad and Tobago’s tourism industry as a significant economic sector, contributing strongly to the nation's GDP, through job creation (indirect and direct) and increased revenues to the treasury. The idea is to emphasise the uniqueness of the two islands, to provide an internationally-competitive tourism product, complemented by a comprehensive, fully-functional physical infrastructure and a modern , competitive institutional framework which is supported by the people of Trinidad and Tobago. The sector will be anchored by flagship products with brand names that are globally recognised.
Carol Rose Brown, Tourism Product Development Company Ltd.
 
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talks to Breaking Travel News at UNWTO 2017.
Tourism Development & Promotion Project - Powered by RCC!
 
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The project works to consolidate and diversify cultural and adventure tourism offers in six Western Balkans economies, develop joint regional tourism routes and products, improve infrastructure and quality of services along selected routes, and globally promote joint regional offer. All of this is done with a view to increasing the number of tourists visiting the region, lengthening their stay, and increasing the revenues and employment in the industry. The ultimate goal of the project is to contribute to the economic growth and competitiveness of the region. The project, implemented by the RCC, is funded by the European Union.
tourist behaviour (tourism management)
 
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Views: 207 Amalina Laili
Fairfield continues to develop tourism product
 
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Why sustainable tourism?
 
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The Travel Foundation (www.thetravelfoundation.org.uk) argues the case for sustainable tourism, and working in partnership for a sustainable future. Please support our work by donating here: https://www.thetravelfoundation.org.uk/donate-now/
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Motor tourism, a new tourism product
 
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Motor tourism is set to go on overdrive as a new tourism product in the country. Tourism Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ng Yen Yen says come December, a task force is scheduled to meet and chart out a roadmap to develop the sector.
Views: 1045 The Star Online
The Kings Experience - Tourism Highlights
 
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This campaign seeks to intensify “Visitor Experience Development” to the more commonly used term “Product Development,” because this is what visitors are increasing seeking from travel, unique, memorable, and enriching experiences through the existing 21 Heritage Sites, Zululand Culture and Heritage Route ( R66), Zululand Birding Route, Film Office and events tourism with the district. The campaign is themed “The King’s Experience - Awesome” from September – November and November. December the theme changes to “Stay Around This December” via the internet, social media, and other communications tools. Music licensed through Song Freedom. "American Authors - Best day of my life"
Government to improve security and diversify tourism product
 
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Plans are at an advanced stage to rehabilitate the Kibarani dumpsite, build a new bridge between Mombasa Island and the mainland as well as dual the Malindi-Lunga Lunga highway in efforts to improve the image and infrastructure of Mombasa which is a key tourist destination in Kenya. This is according to Tourism Cabinet Secretary Najib Balala who says the government is banking on improving security and diversifying the tourism product to help grow tourist arrivals by nearly 20 percent this year to 1.7 million tourists.
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Lucinda Creighton suggests hunting as tourism product
 
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Dublin South–East TD, Lucinda Creighton, has suggested that hunting be developed as a tourism product in Ireland. The leader of the Renua political party, and former Fine Gael TD, made the shocking statement during a Dail Eireann debate on the Horse Racing Ireland Bill 2015. In her 11th November speech, she said: "I think we need to develop a lot more of our tourism industry around the horse equestrian sector generally - be it sport horses, be it the hunting sector, be it racing and so on. A lot of that can be integrated because often it's the same people who are interested in all the different elements. I think there's real potential there." ICABS has expressed shock and disgust at the statement and we are calling on Lucinda Creighton to acknowledge the appalling animal cruelty involved in hunting and to recognise that the continued legality of hunting with packs of hounds in Ireland is more likely to repel, not attract, tourists. ACTION ALERT Urge Lucinda Creighton TD to reject foxhunting and put in place a Renua policy in support of a ban on foxhunting, hare coursing and all forms of cruelty to animals. Leave a comment on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/lucinda.creighton.7 Tweet to @LCreighton Tel : (01 ) 6183527 Email: [email protected]
Views: 605 ICABS
Contemporary Tourism Issues
 
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Principles of Tourism
 
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Views: 190 Rani's Journey
Edmund Bartlett PUSHES Jamaica's TOURISM PRODUCT in CNN Interview - Teach Dem
 
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Please Consider Supporting my Channel by becoming a Patron if you appreciate the Content: https://www.patreon.com/teachdem PayPal: https://paypal.me/TeachDem Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQrRxeXJ5R_qQnpxf1IlePQ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/teachdem16/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/dem_teach Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/teach.dem.583 Email: [email protected] Jamaica's Tourism Minister, Edmund Bartlett was on Monday interviewed live on CNN by prominent news anchor, Richard Quest on his show 'Quest Means Business'. The live interview took place at CNN’s studios in London with Quest in CNN’s New York City studios. In a news release after the interview, Bartlett said: “Today was a momentous moment for Jamaica’s tourism product. We got an incredible platform to share that Jamaica is not only still open for business but should be the destination of choice for all. I am so proud that I got to share our initiatives and the vision we have for the future of Jamaica’s tourism product.” Bartlett was questioned on the current enhanced security measures in the parish St. James; the need to build disaster resilience for Caribbean countries heavily involved in tourism; developments in the United Nations World Tourism Organization and his award in Berlin, Germany as World Tourism Minister of the Year. “This is really for Jamaica and by extension, the Jamaica Tourist Board who work tirelessly to promote our country to potential visitors around the word. Our tourism product is indeed booming and we must utilize every platform to remind the world that Jamaica has a world-class tourism,” said Bartlett. Bartlett is on the final leg of his European visit which took him to Greece, Italy, Germany and now the United Kingdom. The Minister is joined by Senior Advisor and Strategist, Delano Seiveright who added that "the UK is primarily focused on speaking the international press about positive developments in Jamaica and to reassure them that the island safe, seamless and secure.” In Germany, Bartlett led a delegation to ITB, the largest of its kind in the world, attracting around 109,000 visitors and 10,000 exhibitors to trade stands, talks and workshops. Director of Tourism, Donovan White and European based JTB officials also piloted the island’s presence. Seiveright further noted that the visit was a success with several major developments including additional non-stop flights between Europe and Jamaica to start this summer; he opening up of other markets in Europe; increased European cruise activities and heightened investor interest in the island. “Jamaica welcomed a record 325,804 European tourists last year, approximately 31,000 more than the previous year,” stated Seiveright.
Views: 1408 Teach Dem
Sri Lanka on using sport to promote its tourism product
 
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Breaking Travel News interviews Renton de Alwis, Chairman, Sri Lanka Tourism at World Travel Market 2007 on using sport to promote its tourism product, especially cricket. Breaking Travel News (BTN) is one of the Internet's most comprehensive online travel news networks that offers both the travel trade and consumers instant updates on the most significant developments in the travel and tourism sector. www.breakingtravelnews.com
Transboundary Tourism in the Southern African Development Community
 
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This video was taken during a World Parks Congress 2014 event, on 14 November 2014 in Sydney, Australia. Tourism in Transfrontier Conservation Areas (TFCAs) is emerging as a powerful new tourism product in the Southern African Development Community. With transboundary mountain biking, walking trails, running and canoe events, cultural events and festivals, in addition to transboundary routes and concessions, they can provide revenue and raise awareness for TFCAs. During this event, an expert panel presented examples of transboundary tourism products from SADC, and participants discussed the benefits and challenges associated with them. New guidelines for tourism concessions in SADC TFCAs were also discussed. Presentations made, and links: • Introduction to the session and the IUCN Tourism and Protected Area Specialist (TAPAS) Group – Anna Spenceley (facilitator, Chair TAPAS Group) (http://www.slideshare.net/AnnaSpenceley/tourism-in-tfcas-and-guidelines-anna-spenceley) • Video and presentation on the Tour de Tuli – transboundary mountainbike event between Botswana, Zimbabwe and South Africa, in the Greater Mapungubwe TFCA – Susan Snyman (TAPAS Group, Wilderness Safaris) (http://www.slideshare.net/AnnaSpenceley/tour-de-tuli-susan-snyman) • Presentation on Desert Knights – transboundary a canoe and mountain bike event between South Africa and Namibia in the Ais Ais TFCA – Roland Vorwerk (Boundless Southern Africa) (http://www.slideshare.net/AnnaSpenceley/desert-knights-tour-presentation-at-world-parks-congress-sadc-tfcas-presentation) • Presentation on the Pafuri Cross Border Trail and Shangane Cultural Festival – a transboundary walking trail and cultural event in the Great Limpopo TFCA – Lamson Makuleke (Makuleke Community) and Piet Theron (Great Limpopo TFCA) (http://www.slideshare.net/AnnaSpenceley/pafuri-cross-border-trail-piet-theron-lamson-maluleke) • Plenary discussion on transboundary tourism: Challenges and solutions
Views: 286 Anna Spenceley
Via Ferrata Product Development in the west of Kosovo
 
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This video is part of tourism sector team's efforts to promote tourism in Kosovo. It has been produced by Tickmedia for the Promoting Private Sector (PPSE) project, of Swisscontact, Riinvest Institute, and PEM Consult, and funded by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation - Office in Kosovo.
Views: 232 Edona Kurtolli
Development of  Tourist Circuits - Tourism Lecture Series
 
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Development of Mega Destination and Tourist Circuit: The Ministry of Tourism, has identified 45 Mega Tourist Destinations/Circuits in consultation with the concerned State Governments/Union Territories(U.T.) Administrations on the basis of footfalls and their future tourism potential. Out of the 45 identified   projects, 30 have already been sanctioned. The details of mega tourist destinations/circuits are given below.  For each identified mega destination and circuit, the Ministry of  Tourism contribution as central financial assistance is capped at Rs.25.00  crore and Rs 50.00 crore respectively under the scheme of  “Product/Infrastructure Development for Destinations and Circuits”.   Identification and sanctioning of mega tourism projects are  continuousprocess. Proposals submitted by States/ U.Ts for mega tourist  destinations/circuits, are sanctioned based on prioritization meetings held  with the State Governments /U.T. Administrations, subject to availability of  funds, inter-se priority and adherence to scheme guidelines. Presentation by Anisur Rahman Marketing Lecture in Hindi-English Marketing Lecture in Hindi Management Lecture Series Organization Behavior Organizational Behaviour Organizational Behavior Lecture is useful for BTA, BTM, MTA, MTM, MBA students. Marketing is easy Service Marketing Services Marketing Tourism Marketing marketing by anis marketing by rahman marketing by Rehman marketing by Anisur marketing by anees marketing by aneesur lecture by anis lecture by rahman lecture by Rehman lecture by Anisur lecture by anees lecture by aneesur tutorial by anis anees Anisur aneesur rahman Rehman
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Video #21 Tourism Development (12 narrated slides, 9:13)
 
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URL: http://youtu.be/teFuOEvVRkk S-1: Welcome to video #21 in my series of presentations that will attempt to “demystify tourism”. I’m Dr. Stan McGahey, the creator and narrator of the videos. Their content is based on my experiences in more than 80 countries on 6 continents. S-2: Development brings a tourism plan to fruition by adding value to resources and creating the conditions for success. It provide the components, such as the four operating sectors that satisfy tourists in a profitable, sustainable, and competitive manner. It means creating infrastructure and superstructure, as well as institutional elements to manage and promote the destination; plus tourism legislation, marketing plans, funding mechanisms, investment incentives, education/training programs, etc. S-3: UNWTO defines STD as “tourism that takes full account of its current and future economic, social, and environmental impacts, addressing the needs of visitors, the industry, the environment, and host communities.“ The forerunner of sustainability was unbridled resource development, tempered somewhat by conservation. The 1972 United Nations Conference on the Human Environment, brought the issue of sustainability to the world stage. The 1987 Brundtland Report, propelled it into the global spotlight, and the 1992 Rio Summit produced Agenda 21, a global plan of action promoting sustainable development. S-4: Tourism development depends on strong public-private sector cooperation. Government stimulates development by creating favorable conditions for private sector success. It should never do anything that private sector businesses can do. Government activities include planning, regulation, impact assessments, incentives, and infrastructure. It also owns natural resources and cultural resources, so it manages attractions and sometimes transportation services. S-5: Private sector develops and operates most tourist products. It generates ideas, creates projects, invests capital, negotiates incentives, prepares business and marketing plans, and takes financial risks. Based management skills, it reaps profits or suffer losses. S-6: The only reason to develop tourism anywhere is to benefit the local people. So development must consider community support. Local people create the ambiance, serve as owners, managers, and staff, and elect political leaders. SIGs, NGOs, and non-profits generate support or opposition to development. S-7: Project development flows from destination vision and policy statements, planning goals, and master plans. Ideas are often included within master plans or generated by entrepreneurs. Private sector projects expect to make profit, while public sector projects are considered essential for development. All projects must be analyzed for Triple Bottom Line acceptability and are subject to government approvals. S-8: A pre-feasibility study is conducted by the government, a developer, or a consultant, to determine project viability. The purpose is to determine if a project will have a sufficient return on investment. Equity, capital costs, debt, interest rates, revenue, and cash flow are also important. An economic feasibility analysis includes project description, site analysis, market analysis, financial analysis, and maybe a cost-benefit analysis, each using surveys, indicators, and calculators. S-9: An environmental impact analysis identifies attributes that might impede approval of a project or its success. The objective is to minimize adverse environmental impacts, resolve conflicts, propose environmental safeguards, and determine physical/biological acceptability. EIAs are required by governments, performed by consultants, and paid by developers. Public hearings gather community input. S-10: Mass tourism was used by destinations around the world. Natural and cultural resources were plentiful, and the primary impact of concern was economic. As tourism grew and negative socio-cultural and environmental impacts increased, sustainability was discovered. Mass tourism is characterized by hordes of tourists, haphazard development, architectural pollution, diminished natural beauty, decreased quality of life of residents, short-term gain, decline of destination quality, and manipulation of the community by outside investors. S-11: Sustainable tourism means low-impact tourism. Many destinations try to incorporate its principles into their planning, management, and operations. Since each destination has its own background, products, and goals, the concept goes by many names: responsible tourism, nature tourism, green tourism, indigenous tourism endemic tourism, ecotourism, adventure travel, village tourism, and slow tourism. S-12: Development winds up the tourism industry, and makes it go! Sustainable development walks the fine line in the conflict between development, and conservation, as it attempts to do both. Now, I invite you to watch Video #22: Tourism Investment Incentives. Thank you!
Views: 2570 Stan McGahey
MTM Business Plan: An innovative experiential community-based tourism product in Northern Uganda
 
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The business plan, developed under the tutorship of the Italian consulting company Crescendo and sponsored by the international NGO AVSI Foundation and the bank Foundation Fondazione Cariplo, focused on the development of a community based tourism package in Northern Uganda, a result that has been achieved through the use of creative tools, such as brainstorming, based on the concept of happiness. In order to develop such a product, students have been supported by different organizations such as the association Viaggi Solidali and the tour operator Matoke Tour, who helped them to identify two local communities in Northern Uganda in order to show tourists how local people live (Wawoto and Mt Elgon). To identify costs and revenues of the trip, both for the tour operator and the local communities, an economic plan has been developed and possible partners and funders have been chosen. Finally, a fictitious 17-day trip with a detailed time schedule has been created. http://www.slideshare.net/mtmexperience/mtm-ixth-business-plan-business-plan-of-an-innovative-experiential-communitybased-tourism-product-in-northern www.mtm.iulm.it www.tourismmanagement.it
Involvement of Local community in tourism Development
 
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Subject:Hotel & Tourism Management Paper: Tourism planning and sustainable tourism
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Pune is ignored as a tourism product - Express TravelWorld
 
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Express TravelWorld and Express Hospitality during the 'Knowledge Exchange' with industry leaders showcases the potential of Pune city as a tourism product, addresses issues that restrict growth and the solutions to bring the desired momentum. For more log on to http://www.expresstravelworld.com
Views: 233 IndianExpressOnline
benefits of tourism in our economy
 
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Views: 4898 Beaulah Czarina Lat
Tourism and Wildlife CS Najib Balala promises to strengthen the tourism sector
 
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Tourism and Wildlife Cabinet Secretary Najib Balala says his next tenure in office will focus on marketing Kenya as a preferred tourism destination, product development, investments in the sector and infrastructure development. Speaking in Mombasa, Balala said he will work to ensure that all state departments and the private sector work in tandem to support tourism. With the wildlife docket being a new portfolio under him, Balala said he is studying the sector and would soon develop strategies to make it better. Watch more NTV Kenya videos at ntv.co.ke and nation.co.ke. Follow @ntvkenya on Twitter. Like our page on Facebook: NTV Kenya. Follow and Double tap on Instagram: NTV Kenya Join Our Telegram channel: www.telegram.me/NTVNewsRush
Views: 531 NTV Kenya
A brief history of tourism travel
 
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Views: 2641 Davide Giovine
B.H.A. Seeking Ways To Improve Tourism Product
 
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Bahamas Hotel Association conducting a survey aimed at identifying areas in need of improvement going into 2012.
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Tourism sector to promote bird-watching as niche market for Uganda
 
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With the top bird species and top two bird viewing sites in Africa, Uganda Tourism sector is awakening to the potential that underlies Birding as a tourism product. The Uganda tour Guides Association is growing its ranks of birding guides through training especially women, while gearing up for a birding expo in November to more than double the current 20 million dollars that birding alone earns the country. Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/NTVUganda
Views: 939 NTVUganda
New Trends And Driving Forces For The Chinese Tourism Market 🇬🇧
 
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Our panel experts will answer the following questions and share their perspective on the trends in Chinese tourism. What are the special characteristics of the Chinese tourists for an urban destination in Europe? What are the main features of the tourism products (or experiences) that they are looking for? How do you attract the Chinese market to your destination? Moderated by: Esencan Terzibasoglu, Special Advisor to the UNWTO Secretary-General, UNWTO Panel guests: Kaari Artemjeff, Marketing Manager (China & Russia), Helsinki Marketing Tony Jin, Product Director, Caissa Ralf Ostendorf, Director Market Management, visitBerlin Roger Qiu, GM of Europe, Middle East & Africa, Ctrip.com International Ltd. Dr. Song Rui, Director, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences www.itb-convention.com
Views: 235 ITBBerlin
Responsible tourism in Dominica
 
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Dominica is widely recognised as a world leader in responsible tourism. It was the first ever country to receive a Benchmark designation by international eco-tourism organisation Green Globe, back in 2004. The islands success comes from the fact that it has not had to develop a green tourism product put simply, sustainable tourism is the only kind of tourism Dominica has ever offered. The natural landscape and local people are key to Dominicas tourism industry. The island has no international chain hotels or large resorts and most businesses are locally owned and run. Local communities are the force behind hotels, guesthouses and tour companies, and in return, tourism benefits local villages and community projects both financially and through imparting knowledge and resources to help all Dominicans live a sustainable lifestyle. This video demonstrates why Dominica has earned its nickname The Nature Island and looks at how sustainable tourism is helping the island and its people to thrive.
Views: 9190 discoverdominica
Efforts to develop tourism in poorer parts of Jamaica.
 
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Montego Bay, Jamaica, 3 May 2007 1 Wide zoom in and out of dolphin trainer of Half Moon Dolphin Centre 2 Wide zoom in and out of dolphin trainer 3 Wide of dolphins on water 4 SOUNDBITE (English), Deloy Behary, Half Moon Dolphin Centre Manager : "The environment that we have for dolphins, still natural, its in the ocean. It's protected from sea weed all those sort of things from coming in. But its unlike the typical aquariums where the are in concrete pools and small areas and it's treated by many different chemicals, they're still in their natural environment, they have the ocean coming in, the waves, the have the fishes they chase just the same the crabs, you see them digging in the sand and searching for crabs because all the different sea creatures are still in here." 5 Wide of tourist in the water receiving a kiss from dolphin 6 Wide of tourist the water touching a dolphin swimming by 7 Wide of tourist touching a dolphin swimming by 8 Wide of tourist touching a steady dolphin 9 Wide of dolphins jumping by tourists 10 Wide of dolphins jumping 11 Wide of Rastafarian man and woman doing hand craft 12 Close till up of Rasta working on wood craft 13 Close of Rastafarian man's hand working, Rastafarian items on his neck 14 Close of Rastafarian man's face 15 Wide of Montego Bay craft market 16 Wide of tourists on mountain garden tour 17 Wide of water water pan 18 Wide of water water pan with glass window and fish 19 Wide till up from water to bridge with tourists walking 20 Wide of river 21 Wide of line cruiser boat 22 Wide of boat 23 Wide of boat 24 Wide left panning of Half Moon Hotel facilities, tourists walking by 25 Wide of hotel building with beach entrance 26 Wide of commercial tourism fair 27 Wide of commercial tourism fair 28 SOUNDBITE (English) Alolla Adomber, Jamaica Tourism Minister: " "We recognise the importance of the environment. In fact, it is our environment that draws tourists to Jamaica. But on the other hand if we don't have the development then we will not be able to house the people who come, and so its very important to balance those two things and how we are doing it, is that the responsibility for the approvals rest in the local authorities which is closest to the communities in which where the development is taking place, we also have public hearings." 29 Half Moon Hotel ocean front 30 Tourist arriving to beach 31 Wide of beach 32 Wide of beach STORYLINE: Tourism is one of the largest industries in Jamaica, but there are concerns that the island's unique environment may suffer from continued development. Jamaica's tourism economy is a great source of foreign exchange to an island whose major asset is its natural resources, but at the same time, its environmental quality is what determines the success of the industry. It's visited by hundreds of thousands of tourists annually, attracted to Jamaica's natural beauties: sandy beaches, clear water, abundant wildlife, and its warm climate. But the effects on its environment include pollution caused by inadequate sewage and waste disposal systems, animal and plant extinction, coral reef destruction, deforestation, and destruction and erosion of the beaches. The need to preserve the delicate balance between conservation and tourism development is recognised by the island's government. Alolla Adomber, Jamaica Tourism Minister said: "We recognise the importance of the environment. In fact, it is our environment that draws tourists to Jamaica. But on the other hand if we don't have the development then we will not be able to house the people who come, and so its very important to balance those two things." In 1494 Christopher Columbus "discovered" the island and claimed it at once for the King and Queen of Spain. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/375172276917acddd63c75f2363fc407 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
Views: 427 AP Archive

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