Question 1 (Describe the role of the stakeholders in the tourism industry,…
Describe the role of the stakeholders in the tourism industry
A hotel operator ensures that each guest has a safe and enjoyable hotel stay. She must coordinate reservations (sleeping and meeting rooms), maintenance, decide on marketing initiatives for the hotel and oversee the hotel's profits and computer system. She must direct, hire and train hotel employees.
Helps to meet the needs of tourist, provides opportunities and enhance economic growth, protect physical location,
the principal functions of a Ministry of Tourism or of agencies under government control can be summarized as: Research, statistics and planning. Marketing. Development of tourism resources.
A tourist attraction is a place of interest where tourists visit, typically for its inherent or exhibited natural or cultural value, historical significance, natural or built beauty, offering leisure and amusement.
A travel agent's role is to help people plan, choose and arrange their holiday. They will usually work to a budget set out by whoever is planning the holiday. They also offer advice and opinions on where to go and local tourist attractions, events and customs.
Explain the impact of positive and negative tourism growth on each stakeholder.
Negative:People might to be dependent on working in the tourism sector that when it crashes, many people will be out of jobs
Positive: Provides job opportunities
Negative: culture clashes
Positive: Rise in living standards
Negative: There could be revenue leakage
Positive: Provides economic diversity
Negative: Poor policies leads to resistance from locals
Positive: Provides incentive to improve infrastructure
Negative: Standardization may occur
Positive: Encourages entrepreneurial activities