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Introduction of Tourism Planning and Development
Categories of countries based on development stage
the less development countries are one who experience the problems of underdevelopment.
Developing economics are numerous and are generally located in the regions of The Asia Pacific, South America, Africa and the Middle East.
The nation is separated into 4 distinct categories.
Development countries 2. Economies in transition 3. Developing countries 4. Least Developed Countries
Definition of terms
Organizing the future to achieve certain objective
A process where a society moves from one condition to another, and to the goal of the process, where the society may achieve condition or state of development.
Tourism is a social, cultural and economic phenomenon which entails the movement of people to countries or places outsides their usual environment for personal or business. :
Goals in Tourism Planning and Development
goal in tourism in planning refers to integration of all tourism development into the social and economic life of a community.
3 goals of tourism planning and development
1) Satisfactions to users
2) Rewards to owners
3) Protected utilization of environmental resources
Tourism can contribute directly or indirectly to all these Goals. Specifically, tourism appears in the targets of Goals 8, 12 and 14
which relate, respectively, to inclusive and sustainable consumption and production and sustainable use of ocean and marine resources
Evolution of Development Concepts
1950s and 960s, the path of development relates to the series of economic steps or stages.
Late 1960s, many countries economic growth was failed to solve and political problems
1970s, the widespread of poverty and unemployment cause a new view to consider broader definition concept
Traditionally, development has been defined in terms of western-style modernisation.
Role of economic forces to bring about the development of a society.
1980s, realise the emergence of the concept of global sustainable development according to Brundtland Report
2015 Millennium Development Goals.
The evolution of development concept is complex, multidimensional process which not only embraces economic growth, but include other indicators.
Through 3 stages; 1) Discovery of an area by tourist 2) Tourist flows increase and host societies respond to the economic activity. 3) Fully institutionalized
Development of facilities 2. Development of Transport 3. Development of Tourist Behaviour