Development, Management and Nature of Tourist Attractions : Report

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Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1TASK 1............................................................................................................................................11.1 Overlap of visitor attractions in relation to particular types of attraction........................11.2 Analysing the necessity of various visitor attractions......................................................3TASK 2............................................................................................................................................52.1 The necessity and motivation of various visitor kind.......................................................52.2 Impacts of tourism on visitor attractions in UK...............................................................62.3 The effect of different theories of tourist motivation on the management of visitorattractions...............................................................................................................................7TASK 3...........................................................................................................................................83.1 The processes and the potential issues involved in the development of visitor attractions..8TASK 4............................................................................................................................................84.1 Mention different visitor management strategies.............................................................84.2 Management techniques in relation to sustainability......................................................9CONCLUSION.............................................................................................................................10REFERENCE................................................................................................................................11
Illustration IndexIllustration 1: Visitor attraction places.............................................................................................2Illustration 2: Ariel view of Tower of London................................................................................4Illustration 3: London Eye...............................................................................................................5
INTRODUCTIONTourism is the new industry which has developed and emerged at the faster rate in marketand has contributed in growth of many other sectors. In UK, tourism has significant potential asit consists of various heritage and cultural rich places. Further, there is vast variety of naturalbeauty, ecology and terrains across many cities (Leask, 2016). Till 2025, UK will have morethan £257 b business which will contribute to 10% of country's GDP and will provide 3.8M jobs.However, to manage all the visitors there is requirement of visitor attraction management. It hasplayed crucial role in the alteration and success of the tourism industry. It can be defined as themanagement which supports in organizing and managing the activities as provided by the clientor market. It may include the scenery, historical places, culture, physical structure, naturalattraction and many more. This report will provide the broad knowledge about the development,management and nature of tourist attractions. Moreover, it will consist of various scope andimportance of visitor attraction within the tourism industry. Further, various theories areexplained which help to understand the type, impact and motivation on this sector. Along withthis, it consists of potential issues related to this industry and at last, management strategies,techniques and their impact on sustainability development are explained (Leask, Fyall andBarron, 2014).TASK 11.1 Overlap of visitor attractions in relation to particular types of attraction.There are many changes seen in the UK's tourism sector. In 2015, UNTWO internationaltourist have ranked the country at 8th position. Global arrivals which accounted for more than2.9% in the same year. There is wide range of tourism potential in UK. There are more than6,400 visitor attractions places in the country (Page, 2014). They are mostly built or naturallyexist. The most visited place is Blackpool Pleasure Beach which was built for the purpose ofvisitor's attraction.1
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