Sustainable Tourism Development Concept

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SustainableTourismDevelopment
Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................3TASK1.............................................................................................................................................3P1.1 stakeholders can benefit from planning.........................................................................3P1.2e advantages and disadvantages of public/private sector tourism planning partnerships4TASK2.............................................................................................................................................4P 2.1 Analyse features of tourism development planning at different levels with reference tothe Canada..............................................................................................................................4P 2.2 Evaluate the significance of interactive planning systems and processes in tourismdevelopment with reference to Canada..................................................................................6P 2.3 Evaluate different methods available to measure tourist impact with reference toCanada....................................................................................................................................6TASK 3............................................................................................................................................8P 3.1 introduction of the concept of sustainability in tourism development..........................8P 3.2 factors that may prevent hinder sustainable tourism development...............................8P3.3 Analyse different stages in planning for sustainability..................................................8TASK 4............................................................................................................................................94.1 evaluate methods of resolving a conflict of interests to ensure the future well being of adeveloping tourism destination...............................................................................................94.2 analyse the implications of balancing supply and demand............................................104.3 evaluate the moral and ethical issues of enclave tourism...............................................10TASK 5..........................................................................................................................................115.1 compare current issues associated with tourism development in a developing country andan emerging destination where the impacts of tourism are different...................................115.2 evaluate, with recommendations, the future development of tourism in these destinations..............................................................................................................................................12CONCLUSION..............................................................................................................................13
INTRODUCTIONSustainable tourism development is a type of principle which every tourism company inthe entire destination has to follow including mass tourism as well as niche segment. Sustainabletourism is related to focusing on environmental conditions, economic factors and social factors.Tourism industry is the most profitable industry in the entire world as well as they arecontributing to the economy of the country by providing employment opportunities to the people.Fairmount Pacific Inn is take as example to understand this concept of sustainable tourism. It is avery famous hotel chain from Canada which is working in many countries. Further in this reportbenefits to the stakeholders has been discusses with its advantages and disadvantages. Tourism isdiscussed at different level and its importance will be analysed on further development, otherthan this, there are different methods available which help in measuring its impact. Other than allthis impact of social, economic and environmental factors on tourism sector will also beelaborated(Cheng and Wu, 2015)..TASK1P1.1 stakeholders can benefit from planningGovernment- Tour and travel industry is beneficial to the government of Canadabecause they are contributing in the revenue generation by selling their services to thecustomers and earning large amount of services tax on it which is directly going in thehands of government.Local travel and tourism companies- Canadais a good travelling destinationand verypopular also, at the peak time more tourist come there to visit the country and in return toit, local business of tourism earn lot of money from it. Other than this guides and boods& beverages companies also get huge profits.
P1.2e advantages and disadvantages of public/private sector tourism planning partnershipsPublic and private sectors are working for the betterment of the country as well as forimproving the condition of the economy and well being of the local people.Both the sectors have came together for improving the economic conditions of the countryand for solving the issues related to the tourism. They also focuses on infrastructuraldevelopment of the Canada.TASK2P 2.1 Analyse features of tourism development planning at different levelswith reference to theCanada.While planning tourism in Canada there are many factors which can be analysed and these are-:Strategic planning:This factor is related to strategy that travel and tourism sector has to build as per theinternational laws and legislations because this sector needs to work in different economy toexpand its business. These strategic planning is a technique used by organisations to attract thelarge number of customers in tourism sector.International level:For working internationally, Canada has to develop their technologies related totransportation and other infrastructure facilities because it is important for them to enhance theirtourism market at the international level as well as to attract the international customers forwhich Canada need to make a good and strong strategy(Carr, Ruhanen and Whitford, 2016).Shortterm:Short term tourism is related to when customers come for a shorter time but largenumbers of people come to visit the place. So it is important for the company to plan theirpackages according to ti s that it can entertain every type of customers.Nationallevel:It is a country or national level for the tour and travel organisation to work in which theyneed to satisfy the customers need and also compete with the competitors. For doing all thiscompany have to make a good strategy plans and some policies which help them to deal all suchsituations in specific geographical area.
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