Sustainable Tourism Development Planning

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Sustainable TourismDevelopment
Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1TASK 1 ...........................................................................................................................................11.1 Describe benefit enjoyed by stakeholder from tourism planing...........................................1....................................................................................................................................................21.2 Explains benefits and disadvantages of public and private sector in tourism planning........2TASK 2 ...........................................................................................................................................32.1 Analyse characteristics of tourism development ..................................................................32.2 Significance of interactive planning systems in tourism development................................42.3 Evaluate various methods to measure the effect of tourism.................................................4TASK 3 ...........................................................................................................................................53.1 Justify the concept of sustainability tourism development...................................................5TASK 4 ...........................................................................................................................................64.1 Method of resolving a conflict of interest of future well-being of developing tourismdestination...................................................................................................................................64.2 Implication of balancing supply and demand with references to the Philippines case.........74.3 The morale and ethical issue of enclave tourism in the Philippines.....................................8TASK 5............................................................................................................................................95.1 Compare current issue associated with tourism development in the developing country andan emerging destination where the impact of tourism are different............................................95.2 Evaluate with recommendation, future development of tourism in the chosen destination....................................................................................................................................................10CONCLUSION .............................................................................................................................10REFERENCES..............................................................................................................................11
INTRODUCTIONThe aim is to create the understanding ofcompetitive tourism, its promotion andthe way inwhich it should be accomplished. The particular aim is effectively understand bycompletingseveral objective related to sustainable tourism development planning in the destination. Thispart is focused on Scuba diving with the project of is to find the implication on the locals ofthecountry by the marine concersation. Moreover, the activities at the coastal and rural places ofPhilippines is concern for analysing the development needs of competitive tourism at the region.The competitive tourism is the execution of sustainability framework for reducing theenvironmental, social and economical influences of tourism, communities and culture of thedestination. TASK 1 1.1 Describe benefit enjoyed by stakeholder from tourism planingStakeholders are those people or group of people, who are cause by the achievement ofan organization’s goal. As far as tourism is concern, the local authorities, tourism professionals,media and all the people associated with the tourism industry can be regarded as stakeholders.The general public or the residents of Philippines should also be considered as stakeholders asthey are, if not directly, affected by tourism indirectly. Tourism development planning isbeneficial for all the stakeholders as it boost the economy. Philippines attract tourists from allover the world. Planning of a new project or development of a new tourist destination can attractmany more tourists. These tourists bring valuable foreign exchange with them. This foreignexchange stands crucial for the calculation of GDP which is an indicator of economic growth ofa nation (Alampay, 2005). Development of tourism can 22have a good impact on the peopleresiding around the tourist destination. Tourism helps in Raising their standards of living. It alsobrings employment opportunities to the local residents, especially those who live around thedeveloping or developed destination. There are a lot of local authorities working for theconservation of nature. Planned and sustainable development of tourism will protect the natureand its resources, thereby easing the work of these authorities. The development of a particularproject will enhance the infrastructure facilities in the country. Development in tourism willgrow the local hospitability and will increase the good number of hotels and restaurants in theentire country. It will also boost the local travel sector and industries and will generateemployment opportunities amongst local residents (Añasco and Lizada, 2014).1
1.2 Explains benefits and disadvantages of public and private sector in tourism planningFor the proper execution of Scuba Diving for the marine conservation project, it is veryimportant that the public and private sector work in partnership. The implementation of theproject can only be accomplish by the linkage amongst both the sectors. There are undoubtedlymany advantages of private and public sector working together, but with these advantages thereare certain disadvantages as well (Aronsson, 2000). The merits and demerits coming out of the partnership of private and public sector are discussedhere under: Merits: Both the sectors have their own resources. Some of these resources are common, whilethe others are unique. Working in partnership will bring all the resources together. The use ofeach other’s resources will enhance the performance of both the sectors. This will increase therate of achievement of the objectives of the project which is undertaken by both the sectors inpartnership. ? When both the sectors will work together, the cost will decline drastically. Thereare usually higher costs associated with the public sector, as there is no or limited check on theirworking. The involvement of private sector will put check on the extra spending done by thepublic sector which will eventually cut the cost of the project (Chambers, 2009). ? Public privatesector partnership will reduce the incidence of trespassing and violation of laws. When privatesector works, it neglects the law of the land, to accomplish its objectives. The involvement ofpublic sector will abide the private sector to follow all the laws and regulations while completingthe task. ? Corruption is the major factors which affects the cost and completion of work takenup by the public sector. The presence of private sector will reduce the corruption and will resultin decrease of cost and time in completion of the project. ? With the aid of public sector, thesanctions are easily available and other regulatory works are smoothly done, reducing thecompletion time of the project (Choi and Sirakaya, 2005). Disadvantages ? The coordination ofboth the sectors is very important for the success of the project. If there is lack of coordinationamongst both the sectors, it could have an adverse effect on the project. It will lead to more costand unnecessary delay in the completion.The delay or inefficiency shown by any of the sectorwill cause to delay in the completion of the whole project. ? The involvement of public sectormay hamper the quality of the overall work of the project (Cook and et.al., 2006). ? Both privateand public sectors have different cultures. This cultural gap may affect the confidence of both the2

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