Economic Factors in Tourism at Clipper Bay

Added on - 21 Apr 2020

  • 13

    pages

  • 3778

    words

  • 3

    views

  • 0

    downloads

Showing pages 1 to 4 of 13 pages
Running Head: TOURISM1Tourism Systems: Clipper Bay
TOURISM2Table of ContentsIntroduction......................................................................................................................................4Approach for Development.............................................................................................................4Cost Benefit Analysis......................................................................................................................5Availability of Resources.............................................................................................................5Ease of Access.............................................................................................................................6Pool of Labor...............................................................................................................................6Sustainable Approach......................................................................................................................6Infrastructure Plan...........................................................................................................................7Superstructure..................................................................................................................................7Stakeholders.....................................................................................................................................7Economic Factors in Tourism..........................................................................................................8Advantages...................................................................................................................................8Disadvantages..............................................................................................................................9Socio-cultural Factors in Tourism...................................................................................................9Advantages...................................................................................................................................9Disadvantages............................................................................................................................10Environmental factors in Tourism.................................................................................................10Advantages.................................................................................................................................10Disadvantages............................................................................................................................11Conclusion.....................................................................................................................................11References......................................................................................................................................12
TOURISM3IntroductionIn ancient times, the revitalization of economy and growth meant conquering the new land andplowing out new resources from that particular area, which has changed in the present times(Burayidi, 2013). Now, it means to the development and growth of society and communitywithin the defined borders of land. Under economy development, if the growth of society is notconsidered, then it will lead the resources to depletion and people to distress. This report includesthe economic revitalization thorough tourism at Clipper Bay.Clipper Bay is the area that has the population of 5000 from three different generations and it hasthe economic capacity for development because of livelihood purpose of its people, such as; richheritage and fishing that has been kept still alive by the community people. The government inthis area thinks that tourism will be profitable in finding new opportunities. This report examinesthe development approach for enhancing tourism at Clipper Bay (Aina, & Babatola, 2015). Thereare different factors, which may impact the tourism, such as; economic, socio-cultural andenvironmental factors. Moreover, it describes a sustainable approach, which can be practiced forthe development of tourism at Clipper Bay, i.e. responsible approach. Furthermore, it includesthe discussion about different stakeholders, who are related to the economic revitalizationthrough tourism activities at Clipper Bay.Approach for DevelopmentLooking at the requirement of economic revitalization for the society to consider the problems oftransformation, to safeguard the community from economic decrease and reduction of resourcesand to prevent the natural and cultural heritage from failing with the development in population,it was essential to plan a development project for the society of Clipper Bay. The people in thecity need revitalizing their economy by enhancing the industries, commercial areas, corridors andhighways (Arch Daily, 2010). In today’s competitive business world, the entrepreneurs need tomake efforts to encourage the local culture and different businesses for improving the quality oflife within the area. The governments can execute a better development approach by engagingthe community people and other people, who are very much concerned about the justifiedoutcomes. Under this development approach, first, it is very significant to identify the businessindustries in the town as a major part of this economic revitalization.
TOURISM4In this area, fishing industry is the major industry that is the reason of people’s livelihood. So,this industry can be considered for the enhancement and development. Apart from this, two othersectors, i.e. farming and agriculture can also generate the more income of the future generation.The authorities in the town should look at these two industries and enhance their domesticculture and tourism by creating more revenues (Burayidi, 2013). This development approach willassist in economic renewal. In addition, the government should conduct community awarenessprogram and plan to make the people aware. It is very important that public at Clipper Bay isattentive of their well-being and town’s development. At Clipper Bay, the travel and tourismmanagers should twig an instruction board at tourist attractions, which should be monitored byall the tourists. Under this development approach, the government should include all the relatedparties in economic revitalization procedure (Cárdenas-García, Sánchez-Rivero, & Pulido-Fernández, 2015).Cost Benefit AnalysisCost benefit analysis is a significant approach, which can be executed for the economicdevelopment of the tourism processes. This is an analysis, which is implemented by the firm tomake decisions in diverse circumstances, where it has to create an investment plan is estimatedto produce substantial benefits and costs, which cannot be used through transactions in market(Chathoth, et al, 2014). At Clipper Bay, if the cost benefit analysis will be executed, then it willhelp the authorities to focus on significant factors of tourism development or their positive andnegative impacts. At Clipper Bay, the tourism management will apply cost and benefit analysisby considering different aspects, such as; pool of labor, ease of access and resource availability(Chiu, Lee & Chen, 2014).Availability of ResourcesThe visitors from all over the world travel to Clipper Bay for exploring its natural attractions.The people travel from different urban locations to get relaxed from their busy life. Thegovernment can make investment on establishing hotels and resorts along with the coastal area toprovide enough water supplies to the travellers and tourists. Thus, at Clipper Bay, eco-tourismcan be conducted by bringing the travellers to lime stone caves and go for the camping in forestareas.
desklib-logo
You’re reading a preview
card-image

To View Complete Document

Become a Desklib Library Member.
Subscribe to our plans

Download This Document