Chapter 4 : survey of Tourism Planning and Development, NATURAL…
Chapter 4 : survey of Tourism Planning and Development
4.1 Survey of areas charateristics
Elements to be surveyed - location, Natural environment, Social cultural and economic pattern, Land use, settlements & venue patterns and environmental quality.
Introduction - background of overall understanding of an area
4.2 Survey of Instituitional Elements
Introduction - background of overall understand Introduction - survey of institutional elements to understand the government view to attracting the tourist.
areas to be survey
a. Present development policies and place.
b. Government and development organizations
c. Investments policy and availability of capital.
d. Tourism legislation and regulations.
e. Tourism education and training institutional.
This survey is to understand the government view of attracting business to a place and also related with rules and regulations of government.
4.3 SURVEY OF TOURIST ATTRACTION AND ACTIVITIES
1) Natural attraction
2) Cultural attraction
3) Special types of attraction
4.4 Survey of markets, facilities and infrastructures
Introduction Survey of market, facilities, service and so on
Tourist market survey
a) Place of origin.
b) Purpose of visit.
c) Length of stay.
d) Age, sex and number of family travelling.
e) Expenditure pattern.
f) Types of employment and income levels.
g) Number of times visited.
h) Individual of group travel.
i) Where traveled and stayed during visit.
j) visitor attitudes and satisfaction.
features of the natural environments
b. Scenic beauty
c. Beaches and marine areas
d. Flora and fauna
e. Special environmental features
f. Parks and conservation areas
g. Health tourism
CULTURAL ATTRACTIONS -
a. Archaeological, Historical and Cultural Sites
b. Distinctive Cultural Patterns
c. Arts and Handicrafts
d. Interesting economic activities
e. Interesting urban areas
f. Museums and other cultural facilities
g. Cultural festivals
h. Friendliness of residents
SPECIAL TYPES OF ATTRACTIONS
that are artificially created
a. Theme parks, amusement parks and circuses
c. Meetings, conferences and conventions
d. Special events
e. Gambling casinos
g. Recreation and sports