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Sustainable Tourism Development

   

Added on  2023-04-11

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SUSTAINBABLE TOURISM DEVELOPMENT
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Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION......................................................................................................................1
TASK 1......................................................................................................................................1
1.1 How stakeholders can benefit from tourism developments planning in Philippines.......1
1.2 Advantages and disadvantages of public/private sector tourism planning partnerships. .2
TASK 2......................................................................................................................................3
2.1 Features of tourism development planning at different levels.........................................3
2.2 Significance of interactive planning systems and processes in tourism development.....4
2.3 Evaluate different method available to measure tourist impact.......................................5
TASK 3......................................................................................................................................6
3.1 Sustainability concept in tourism development................................................................6
TASK 4......................................................................................................................................7
4.1 Methods of resolving a conflict of interests to ensure the future wellbeing of a
developing tourism destination...............................................................................................7
4.2 Implication of balancing supply and demand with reference to the Philippines..............9
4.3 The moral and ethical issues of enclave tourism in the Philippines case.........................9
TASK 5....................................................................................................................................10
5.1 Compare current issues associated with tourism development in a developing country
and an emerging destination where the impacts of tourism are different.............................10
5.2 Future development of tourism in these chosen destinations.........................................12
CONCLUSION........................................................................................................................13
REFERENCES.........................................................................................................................14
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INTRODUCTION
The following report aims to develop a sustainable tourism understanding, its
promotion and method with which it can be completed. This concept is explained effectively
by various tasks in the given paper. The main part is concentrating on Scuba diving with
marine conservation project and its implications on the country’s locals. Also, the tourism
activities at the rural and coastal area of Philippines is discussed to analyse the sustainable
tourism development needs at the destination. The sustainable tourism is the implementation
of the sustainability framework to lessen the economic, environmental and social impacts of
tourism on the culture, heritage and communities of the nation.
TASK 1
1.1 How stakeholders can benefit from tourism developments planning in Philippines
Tourism may create short and long term economic, socio-culture and environment
effect on a local place. The careful consideration is needed while making decisions during the
planning process, and there so many merits and demerits of including the large number of
stakeholder throughout the decision-making process. It has been suggested by Bramwell
(1999) that the control of stakeholder is frequently unequal, and highlight that “authority
manages the interaction of organisation, people and agencies influencing, or trying to
manipulate, the origination of policy for tourism and way in which it is formulated”. Some
stakeholder may have both political and financial basis to use more power above certain
planning stages of a project, and more input deliver by them when some specific decision are
being made.
The project of scuba diving with marine conservation at Philippines for sustainable
tourism development can be a good source for the tourism industry and local community’s
development in the country. The specific project can fascinate several tourists around the
world to visit destinations and attractions of Philippines. There are many companies, which
take part in the sustainable tourism development at the Philippines. Furthermore, stakeholders
like owners, investors, local communities, government, workers and creditors of the nation
are accountable for the effective planning of the proposed project (Hennighausen, 2015).
The particular project and their related activities are also beneficial for the government
to generate revenue and increase income and employment opportunities for Filipinos living in
the rural and coastal areas. Additionally, the given marine conservation project will support
the marine industry of Philippines to increase awareness of their services and facilities around
the globe to attract the large number of tourists to visit the place (Añasco and Lizada, 2014).
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The particular project may also lead to the number of infrastructure developments in the
country including hotels, resorts, bars and restaurants along the sea side, etc. to offer fabulous
facilities and best leisure to the visitors. It can improve reputation and goodwill of region in
the world. Moreover, sustainable tourism development in Philippines would lead to the
development of the domestic travel sector, improvement in industries plus rise in income of
residents by changes in their activities and accomplishing new growth options (Andersson
and Henricson, 2007).
1.2 Advantages and disadvantages of public/private sector tourism planning partnerships
The partnership of public and private sectors is very important for the effective
execution of Scuba diving with marine conservation project. The positive coordination
among these two sectors can support in successful implementation of the project (Neto,
2003). The following are some advantages and disadvantages of private and public sectors
partnership, which can impact on the economy of Philippines:
Advantages
Risk share – From PPPs the tourism industry can share their potential risk with private
partners. These risks include excess costs, not able to deliver services on time and
difficulties in complying with rules and regulation of environment or deducting with risks
related to failure of paying capital and operational cost.
Cost reduction – The Philippines tourism sectors through PPPs would be capable to
perform cost effective project construction and to adequately maintain the operation
services.
Earnings improvement – It might be rates of users set by PPPs that deliberate real costs
for specific service (Gibson, 2009).
Maintain current level of service and improve it levels – Through PPPs, the Philippines
may able to revolutionize organization and performance of service supply.
More effective execution – From combination of various activities the effectiveness can
be achieved like fast sanction for more effective decision making and capital funding,
construction and creation, more flexible hiring plus acquisitions.
Other economic advantage – The involvement of tourism sectors of Philippines in PPPs
can help as well as inspired the private sector to contribute in an economic growth and
increase the opportunities of employment (Hannam and Ateljevic, 2007).
Disadvantages
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