International Tourism Management | Report | Nepal

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARYIn present report, the learning has focused on international tourism management. In the supportof this, it can be said that development of tourism activities in international market needs diverseconsideration as per global aspects. It has been spotted that there are number of stakeholders that playsa key role in development of tourism activities. Moreover, the stakeholders can be classified asgovernment of Nepal, tourist that visits Nepal, local community and tourism organisations. Keypurpose of this report was to understand the factors that plays key role in tourism developmentactivities. Other than this, it has been spotted that government plays a significant role in developmentactivities by coordinating and supplementing various activities which can promote tourism activities indiverse states of the nation. In the support of this, it can be said that the governance authority of Nepalalso focuses on investment in diverse tourism projects and other social projects so that tourism sectorcan have better opportunities in the nation. It is also necessary for governance of Nepal Governance ofto have effective collaboration with diverse foreign technical authorities so that development processcan have better opportunities with an assistance of various technological equipments.It is also necessary for services users to ensure that they are attaining tourism services in ethicalmanner so that standards can be maintained in proper way. In the support of this, local communitiesalso need to take participation in identification of key tourist resources and attractions that can boostthe tourism activities within nation. In other aspect, it can be said that tourism sector organisationsmust focus on development of market opportunities in international aspects in order to boost theeffectiveness of development process.2
TABLE OF CONTENTSINTRODUCTION................................................................................................................................4TASK 3 MAJOR TOURISM STAKEHOLDERS................................................................................4Roles and responsibilities of government in tourism development.................................................4Roles and responsibilities of tourist in tourism development..........................................................5Roles and responsibilities of local community in tourism development.........................................6Roles and responsibilities of tourism organisation in tourism development...................................7CONCLUSION....................................................................................................................................7REFERENCES.....................................................................................................................................93
INTRODUCTIONNepal tourism sector is having great opportunities and number of customers from internationalmarket are visiting Nepal to attain better experience. Customers have easy accessibility to the tourismservices in Nepal as local tour operators are using internet as communication tool (Bramwell, 2000).Service users can have booking of transportation, accommodation and other services with an improvedlevel of access to internet. Government of Nepal is focusing on development of well featuredinfrastructure which can provide better assistance to travel and tourism activities (Brookes, 2014). Alllocal amenities are situated in most convenient locations of Nepal. In the support of this, it can be saidthat there are number of attractions in Nepal which enhances the travel and tourism sectoropportunities. Classification of key attractions in Nepal are Kathmandu Durbar Square, Boudhanath,Thamel, Phewa Lake, Muktinath, Langtang National Park, Patan Museum, Kpan Monastery, kalaPatthar, etc. Other than this, the success of every tourism activity depends on the key services such asaccommodation. In Nepal, service users can also have easy access to accommodation services as thereare number of five star and top rated hotels are operating their business (Crysta, 2011). Hotels are wellstructured as per consideration of diverse standards that enhances the working of tourism sector.Moreover, there are number of tour packages available for Nepal which also enhances the opportunitiesfor travel and tourism sector in Nepal. These kinds of factors are beneficial for effective developmentof international tourism sector. TASK 3 MAJOR TOURISM STAKEHOLDERSIt has been spotted that the success of every business organisation depends on its keystakeholders as it plays a key role in diverse operational activities such as decision making process, etc.In the support of this, it can be said that there are number of stakeholders that plays a key role ineffective development of tourism activities within Nepal (Kim, 2012). Classification of keystakeholders can be as government of Nepal, tourist that visits Nepal, local community and tourismorganisations. Roles and responsibilities of government in tourism developmentGovernment of Nepal plays a key role in effective development of tourism activities withinNepal as they make policies and standards in context of tourism activities. In the support of this, it canbe stated that the government of Nepal functions as a agency that take various initiatives for effectivedevelopment in the country. Government plays a key role in coordinating and supplementing variousactivities which can promote tourism activities in diverse states of the nation (Michael, 2014).Moreover, the government of Nepal also invest in various tourism projects and other social projects in4

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