1 type of tourism is ECO - TOURISM
Tourism planning is the planning how to implement it. After implementation development is done.
Major crimes hindering tourism development in Tanzania
Mahamat Allahou Taher is the Minister of Tourism Development for Chad.
India Tourism Development Corporation was created in 1966.
Tourism development involves broadening the ownership base such that more people benefit from the tourismindustry, skills development, ...
This type of tourism is also called internal tourism this consists of staying in your own country but visiting a different city in which you do not live in.
the role of natural resources in tourism development Nigeria
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motivation of domestic tourism and development in transport sector
Kerala Tourism Development Corporation was created on 1966-11-01.
without tourism a countries development will suffer.give reasons and explain
Tourism development is the overall development of our tourist potentials to attract business,exchange culture and raise foreign exchange which will eventually lead to popularity
Tamil Nadu Tourism Development Corporation was created on 1957-07-01.
name 4 type of tourism 1-yoga tourism 2-advancture tourism 3-ice-land tourism 4-eco tourism
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Development produces the facilities the tourists will use. Planning tells you where these will be best located and how big they need to be.
Insecurity in Angola and the foreign travel advisory are the negative obstacles that prevent tourism development in Angola. Poaching is also leading to a decline in tourism.
Tourism brings development to the poor in rural areas.
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Foreign exchange earnings and increase in government revenues from tourism result in infrastructure development such as roads, sewage, ...
Antonios Andronikou has written: 'Development of tourism in Cyprus, harmonization of tourism with the environment' -- subject(s): Tourism
Pro-Poor Tourism (PPT) is tourism that results in increased net benefits for poor people. PPT is not a specific product or niche sector but an approach to tourism development and management. It enhances the linkages between tourism businesses and poor people, so that tourism's contribution to poverty reduction is increased and poor people are able to participate more effectively in product development. Links with many different types of 'the poor' need to be considered: staff, neighbouring communities, land-holders, producers of food, fuel and other suppliers, operators of micro tourism businesses, craft-makers, other users of tourism infrastructure (roads) and resources (water) etc. There are many types of pro poor tourism strategies, ranging from increasing local employment to building mechanisms for consultation. Any type of company can be involved in pro-poor tourism - a small lodge, an urban hotel, a tour operator, an infrastructure developer. The critical factor is not the type of company or the type of tourism, but that an increase in the net benefits that go to poor people can be demonstrated.