Benefits of Tourism Planning on the Stakeholders

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SUSTAINABLE TOURISMDEVELOPMENT1
Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION................................................................................................................................31.1 How stakeholder benefit from planning of tourism development in Philippines..........31.2 Advantages and disadvantages of public and private sector tourism planningpartnership.................................................................................................................................4TASK 2.................................................................................................................................................52.1 Analysing the features of tourism development planning at different levels.................52.2 Evaluating the significance of interactive planning systems and processes in tourismdevelopment................................................................................................................................72.3 Evaluating different methods available to measure tourist impact................................7Task 3...................................................................................................................................................84.2 Implication Supply and demand curve................................................................................124.3 Enclave tourism...................................................................................................................12Task 5.................................................................................................................................................135.1 comparison between tourism in developing country and emerging destination..................135.2 Recommendation for future development of tourism..........................................................13Conclusion..........................................................................................................................................142
INTRODUCTION Sustainable tourism is the concept which focuses on protecting the environment from the harmwhich is create by the human beings. This concept has become vigilant in the today’s timebecause with the increasing tourism activity, the resources are depleting fast which is negativelyaffecting the environment in which we are living. Through the increasing transportation, leisureactivity human are using the resources without giving concern on conservation. In this report,sustainable tourism will be discussed by using the case study of Philippines which has becomeone of the tourism destinations. This report focuses on the benefits of tourism planning on thestakeholders and further emphasizes on the advantages and disadvantages of private publicpartnership in development. Besides this, ethical issues of the enclave tourism will be discussed.On the other hand, the socio- cultural, environmental impact of tourism on different emergingnations will be discussed. This will provide major understanding regarding tourism activity andindustry. 1.1 How stakeholder benefit from planning of tourism development in Philippines Stakeholders are the one who are affected by the activity which are carried out by thebusiness. In the travel and tourism industry, the stakeholders are the individuals are impacted bythe developments as well changes which are happening in the tourist destinations. With regardsto the Philippines as it is the tourism spot, so it is advantageous for the country to focus on thedevelopment (Briassoulis And et.al., 2013). The major stakeholders are the local government,through the development in tourism area; tourists will be attracted to the place and would like tovisit it. In this case, through tourism, the government will get revenue which is highlyadvantageous for them. Further, through planning the activities of development, the governmentwill know about the changes which are required to be made and the services which are lacking inPhilippines. Besides this, other stakeholders are the institutions which are engaged in providingfinance to the tourism development. Through the development, they will gain profit as throughthis they will gather popularity which will help in developing the competitive advantage (Jamaland Camargo, 2014). 3
Besides this, through witnessing the Philippines economic condition, tourism is veryadvantageous for the local individuals who are living in this region. This is because; tourism willhelp them to earn profit from the tourist activity. Through the development, tourists will beattracted to the place which will help in increasing the standard of living of the people. On theother hand, tourists are also the stakeholders who are positively affected by the development ofPhilippines. This is because, with the changing needs and preferences of the visitors, thegovernment can plan the changes according to them. This will be beneficial for tourist because asthey can get the services according to their expectations. Further, another stakeholder who willbe benefited from planning of the tourism activity is non- governmental organization who isrelated with the tourism projects (Bramwell and Lane, 2013). Through planning the developmentthey will get the contracts which will advantageous as through this will earn profit at the time ofcarrying out the activity in Philippines. Through the planning of tourism development inPhilippines, it will provide great benefit to the local individuals as well as the tourists who isplanning to visit Philippines. 1.2 Advantages and disadvantages of public and private sector tourism planningpartnership There are different types of planning which are carried out in developing the tourism. InPhilippines it is required to economic, physical, infrastructure etc so that effective result can beattained. In the tourism industry, there are certain firms which are developed for providingservices to the public sector so that effective results can be attained. Majorly private sector takescontract for the development and provides labour, transport services to the government so thatthe development can be complete effectively (Sofield and Li, 2011). Besides this, there are someadvantageous and disadvantages when both the sector are combined to work for development.These are as follows: Advantages Plenty of resources- through the partnership for the tourism planning, plenty of resourcesare there to plan for effective development. As the finance is provided by the privatesector and in the public sector, all legal formalities are complete effectively. This helps incarrying out the process of development easily. Besides this, labours are provided with4

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