Study on Sustainable Tourism

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SUSTAINABLE TOURISM
TABLE OF CONTENTSINTRODUCTION................................................................................................................................3TASK 1.................................................................................................................................................31.1 Ways in which tourism stakeholder will get benefitted from tourism developmentplanning in India..........................................................................................................................31.2 Advantages and disadvantages of public-private sector partnership in tourism planningand development at India.............................................................................................................4TASK 2.................................................................................................................................................52.1 Key steps of tourism development and roles of various authorities and features atdifferent level...............................................................................................................................52.2Interactive planning and its importance.................................................................................52.3 Tourism impacts and methods to measure those impacts......................................................6TASK 3.................................................................................................................................................73.1 Sustainability in tourism development..................................................................................73.2 Reason behind sustainability is an issue and identify factors that may preventsustainable tourism......................................................................................................................83.3 Various stages of sustainable tourism development..............................................................8TASK 4.................................................................................................................................................84.1 Methods of resolving a conflict of interest to ensure the future well being of adeveloping tourism destination....................................................................................................84.2 Analysing the implication of balancing supply and demand.................................................94.3 Evaluating the moral and ethical issue of enclave tourism....................................................9TASK 5...............................................................................................................................................105.1 Comparison between developing country and emerging destination..................................105.2 Recommendation for evaluating the future development of tourism in both destination...................................................................................................................................................10CONCLUSION..................................................................................................................................10REFERENCES...................................................................................................................................12Page |2
INTRODUCTIONTourism is one of the fastest growing sectors nowadays. In this regard, main conceptof sustainable tourism is to make positive impact on the environment. It takes full account ofits current and future economic, social and environmental impact as well. One of the majorreasons of incorporating this tourism is to ensure that local community should get benefitedfrom tourism in terms of cultural and social responses. The present study is based on adeveloping tourism destination and which requires more development in future as well. Forthis, India will be taken into consideration which is one of the biggest developing countriesthese days. It comes under the fastest growing countries nowadays as millions of tourists visitdifferent places in this country (Ripp, Eidenschink and Milz, 2011). However, it is essentialfor the government of country to take several measures in order to maintain sustainabletourism. Further, this study gives appropriate description about the sustainability in tourismplanning and development. It also analyses all the relevant national and regional policy issuesin order to integrate sustainability concepts in the process as well.TASK 11.1 Ways in which tourism stakeholder will get benefitted from tourism developmentplanning in IndiaStakeholders can be individual or a group of people which plays a crucial role inattaining higher success of any business. Within the tourism industry, there are different typesof stakeholders such as local government, tourists, travel agencies, local community etc.These are the major people and play a most important role in developing the tourists withinthe particular country. Considering the most important stakeholders tourists are the major oneand for increasing tourism government of India is taking several initiatives (Hankinson,2005). It is quite essential for local government of India to fulfil the needs and expectationsof their visitors.From the planning of tourism development in India all their tourists might getbenefited as they can acquire expected services. On the other hand, local community isanother major stakeholder and most important part of tourism industry. It is quite essential forthem to provide an appropriate and suitable environment to the tourists through which theycan make their experience more memorable (Comfort, 2014). In addition to this, travelagencies are the group of people who provide required services to their customers such asplaces to stay, travel tickets, etc. Due to this, the entire tourist will get benefited and they caneasily take any of the required information easily.Page |3
Further, it can be stated that without appropriate contribution of all the stakeholders,tourism sector cannot be easily developed. With the help of the sustainable tourism countrycan provide most quality travel experience to all their visitors along with the development oflocal community (Timothy and Nyaupane, 2009). By going through the appropriate planningand developing an good and sustainable tourism, India would become the most developedcountry. For this, proper contribution of all these people is very crucial.Some of the most common benefits that stakeholders will get from the developmentof tourism in India are as follows:STAKEHOLDERBENEFITSGovernmentThey will be able to gain foreign currency and will also achievegreat foreign tourist arrival in India. It will also increase theirincome which will help in the development of nation.Travel agentsThese people will get great revenues in the form of fees andcommissions.BanksIncrease in monetary transactions.Audience (Tourist)Able to get an appropriate environment which can fulfill alltheir needs and demands.1.2 Advantages and disadvantages of public-private sector partnership in tourism planningand development at IndiaThe whole tourism industry is becoming more complicated day by day, and there arevarious issues faced by this industry. One of the best ways to maintain sustainable tourism isto make better collaboration between public as well as private sector (Comfort, 2014). Forthis, PPC model can be very much beneficial which can be defining as a private publiccollaboration. Through this, country can generate various employment opportunities andmaintain whole protection for all the natural sources.The major advantages of using this collaboration model in India are effective growthof economy. India is the wide nation which is growing on the fast rapid pace. Further, it isquite effective to use this model in order to eliminate different barriers of funding. With thehelp of public private collaboration good revenues can be set for both public and privatefirms as well (Rodgers, 2007). On the other hand, at the time of making such time ofagreement there must be several types of risks which can be occur. These types of risks mightleads to develop an ambiguity as there are several things which might not be clear betweenparties. At the time of proper planning for tourism development both of these parties can goPage |4
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