Tourism simply refers to travelling for leisure, business or recreational purposes. From this point of view it is clear that tourism and travelling go hand in hand. One cannot talk of tourism without travel, and also cannot talk of travel without tourism. Tourists usually travel and stay away from their normal areas or rather environment for some time with an aim of getting involved in business, leisure or other purposes.
Those tourists who travel for leisure tend to target the wildlife and also other natural sites. The tourists who travel for business tend to target conferences .The tourists normally help in uplifting the economies of those countries they visit. Apart from that tourism tend to make the world to be more interactive and a better place for everyone.
Tourism is known to be the world’s largest industry, where a lot of money is made .It is very crucial area. Many countries around the world spend a lot of money, billions and billions of dollars in tourism in order to ensure that it continues. As a major player in economies of many countries, tourism provides employment especially in the service industry in areas involving transportation, accommodation and entertainment.
Tourism knows no borders .It involves even the locals in what is called local tourism. So apart from tourists coming from other parts of the world, the local tourists also find time to tour their own native country. These locals also find time to tour other countries, and in the process tourists from other countries also tend to find time to tour other countries as well, apart from the country of their own. This is just in a broad way how tourism operates.
Countries like the United States, Russia, Germany, China and Brazil are known to spend heavily on tourism. This is just an indication that tourism is not an area that can easily come to an end. In addition, even some modified or rather artificial areas tend also to attract tourists a lot. Tourists can go to any length to ensure that they are comfortable where they visit.Conclusion
Tourists spend as much money as possible just to achieve their intended targets. So they give a better reason for tourism to thrive and continue. This confirms the better level of tourism.
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Most of the world's poor live in countries where tourism is a growing industry. The issue is that tourism does not benefit the poorest. How can the income generated by tourism benefit the poor? And how can we ensure that tourism does not destroy traditional cultures and ways of life? What are your views?
Today's world is divided into developing and industrialized countries. Surprisingly, majority of the poor people live in the developing countries where tourism is one of the major sectors that contribute a lion's share of the economies of the countries. Unfortunately, the income from this sector does not benefit the poorest and this is especially true in countries like India and Indonesia where there are still a large proportion of people living in penury. Apart from that, many are worried that the traditions and cultures of a particular country will deteriorate due to the influx of tourists. Hence, effective solutions must be achieved in order to reduce the problems stated above.
First, the income from the tourism sector can be put to better use by the government of the respective countries by setting up small stalls for the people who are poor. Most locals are usually skilled in making souvenirs or delicacies that are well-known in their countries. Thus, the authorities can advise and encourage the people to produce and sell the items they make at the stalls provided. As a result, on one hand, the poor can earn a living and on the other hand, the tourists will have ample of choices for their shopping. Besides, when the citizens prepare local delicacies, the tourists are exposed to the countries' traditional cuisine and ergo, it will be preserved.
Next, the government of the countries can build a culture village. Tourists visiting this village will be shown to the way of life of the locals in that country. Not only that, they can also experience the traditions and cultures of the various races of people in the country. As what is being done in places like Delhi and Cambodia, traditional dance shows can also be held. This has proved to be successful in attracting customers, primarily tourists to watch and know more about the traditions of the country. To run the shows, local people who are industrious and willing to learn and work can be employed. To conclude, by introducing a culture village, both the country and the poor people will be able to benefit.
To put it in a nutshell, a portion of the income generated through the tourism field can be utilized to help the poor to earn a little profit. Not only will they be able to gain something for themselves, but they will also lend a helping hand to the government to protect and preserve the country's traditions, cultures and customs.
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-to the question -"And how can we ensure that tourism does not destroy traditional cultures and ways of life?"..u have written only the following two lines in your whole essay i think. which i really dont think is sucfficient to support the opinion.
Besides, when the citizens prepare local delicacies, the tourists are exposed to the countries' traditional cuisine and ergo, it will be preserved.
Not only will they be able to gain something for themselves, but they will also lend a helping hand to the government to protect and preserve the country's traditions, cultures and customs.
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Yeah, I thought of writing it in 5 paragraphs. As I was timing myself, I had about less than 5 minutes for the ending. That was why I just end it there. Is there any way I can trim the length of my essay and write more points?
I thought of just following this concept in writing each paragraph.
1st sentence. topic sentence
2nd n 3rd. supporting details
Is that sufficient?
Well Sangeetha, u r right. just follow the structure u have written and just know that time management is the most essential part of any exam. time management in writing n listening is easy in ielts. but in reading u need to have good time mgmnt..ur english can get u a band 7 score min provided u figure out structuring of ur essays.
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Next, the governments of the countries can build a village of culture.
Hence, effective solutions must be achieved in order to reduce the problems stated above.
I don't like this sentence at the end of the first paragraph. I think it would be good to replace this sentence with a sentence that lists the solutions or discusses some concept that is important for the solutions. The last sentence of the first paragraph is supposed to be the most meaningful sentence of the essay. -)
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In modern times tourism is frequently accused of destroying authenticity ((a notion which is problematic in its own term), through commoditization of cultures, such as festivals, dance rituals and food which is produced for monetary gain. Some authors like Cohen (1988) reject this idea of tourism being a mass deception of staged authenticity as mentioned by MacCannell.Cohen as cited in Theobald (1998:412) has noted that the work on authenticity made three assumptions: that tourism leads to exploitative culture commoditization; which destroys authenticity by 'staging' it; which h.3. The Three Types of Tourism in Canada
One of the largest industries in Canada is the tourism industry. They are Adventure/outdoor and eco-tourism, cultural tourism, and heritage tourism. Adventure/outdoor and eco-tourism is the fastest growing and largest type of tourism in Canada. Cultural tourism is also a growing sector in the Canadian tourism industry. Not only does Midland have outdoor and eco-tourism, but it also has cultural tourism at such establishments as The Martyr's Shrine, Ste.4. Tourism as A Key Growth Sector
In addition to the Sport and Tourism Division, many other agencies make up the Federal Government's sport and tourism portfolio. These include:·The Bureau of Tourism Research·The Tourism Forecasting Council·The Australian Tourism Commission·The Australian Sports Commission·The Australian Sports Drug Agency·The Australian Sports Drug Testing LaboratoryThe above structure begs the question: "Where does the hospitality industry fit in?". Statistics, obtained from the DISR web site, indicate the huge importance of the tourism sector to the Australian economy. In 1997-98 - tourism.5. Keys to Tourism Government
Within tourism development its role is 1. Specific to tourism development emphasis has been placed on the local government. Even if local government did not want to be a part of tourism it would still be affected due to the broad spectrum of areas that tourism effects. (plimmer, neil tourism and local government 1993 pg 10). For the success of any community in tourism are its attractions and the quality of them.6. The Impact of the Tourism in Hawaii
Economic Impacts of Tourism in Hawaii Tourism is the world's largest and fastest growing industry. According to recent statistics, tourism provides over 30 percent of total employment in Hawaii, or 1 in 3 jobs. All considered, tourism's actual and potential economic impact is astounding. As a whole, tourism plays a vital role in the economic development and job creation in the state of Hawaii. Tourism in Hawaii offers significant potential for boosting economic growth, investment and export trade.7. Fijian Tourism Implications
With political unrest embracing the capital, Suva, the nation's tourism industry has reached a virtual standstill. Resulting in a vacancy of highly illiterate people a loss to a generation of entrepreneurs that would have attracted investment to the region with Tourism to follow. This offset in prices appealed to the global tourists and soon saw tourism regain its place as the number one earner for the economies GDP. Even here in Dunedin travel agents are reporting heavy cancellations of Fiji travel and predicting a lean period ahead for the tourism-reliant island group. Accor.8. Tourism and
This essay will outline specific factors which explain why people travel to "black spots" and other factors that arise when discussing tourism to "black spots" in general. These factors must be included as they facilitate the travel in the first place and make tourism physically possible. Throughout the 20th century tourism has grown into one of the largest industries in the world. Demand for tourism is determined mainly by wealth. Tourism thrives wherever politics allows it, and politics has recently caused many barriers to fall.9. The Ecotourism in Latin America
Besides the businesses affecting Costa Rica, tourism affects it as well. Like expanding businesses into and area and disrupting the environment, tourism does just the same. In actuality, "tourism destroys tourism.". Justifiably, the profits from international companies and tourism are always a benefit for the countries economy. Tourism in Costa Rica is not just beach resorts and historical places.10. Brazil as a Tourist Destination
Tourism strategies in BrazilThe national tourism organization is called Embratur - Empresa Brasileira de Turismo. It coordinates and manages the tourism as a whole and sets the directions to which the tourism development should be going in Brazil.Embratur has launched numerous programmes to develop the tourism in Brazil. I will go over the most important ones.The national Programme for Municipalisation of Tourism (PNTM) aims to inform municipalities of how the tourism should be developed. It emphasizes that natural beauty or tourism potential itself are not enough to support tourism or all.11. The Life
Why are incentive travelers so important to the future of the tourism industry?This attracts more individuals to participate in travel and tourism activities.Why are single travelers so important to the future of the tourism industry. Tourism organizations must then meet new customer expectations by satisfying their wants and needs. Every component of the tourism industry is service - oriented. The tourism market has become more competitive, service quality has become critical for tourism suppliers.12. Ecotourism
It is environmentally-sustainable tourism. Fennell defines ecotourism as humanity's most ecologically sound form of tourism. This useful tool can only reach its full potential, if ecotourism stakeholders educate themselves as to the adequate use of this media.Adventure tourism, educational tourism, nature tourism, and ecotourism are the current buzz words of the domestic and international tourism market. Nature tourism, soft tourism, responsible tourism, green tourism, and ecotourism were all seen as alternatives to mass tourism. Tourism as a basic concept has distingu.13. Quintana Roo, Mexico
The current status of a tourism haven was not easily accomplished. It took many years of cooperative tourism planning amongst the state, national government officials, and most importantly, the local communities of the areas being developed.In the early 1990's, the country of Mexico was searching for untapped tourism resources. At this point in time, the country's tourism industry was lacking direction and focus (Levin 5). The significance of Quintana Roo's undisturbed and natural areas was crucial to Mexico's tourism industry as other leading tourism countries.14. Kenya's Paradigm for Sustainable Development
I will show how past resource management practices has affected tourism's carrying capacity. A brief history of nature based tourism in Kenya.Kenya, commonly known as the 'old man of nature tourism', is the foremost ecotourism destination in the world (France, p. 90). During the 1990's Kenya's tourism has been tumultuous. Tourism in Kenya has had a turbulent history. There are many problems that face Kenya's tourism industry.15. Tourist Sites in Egypt
The well being of the Egyptian economy is highly dependent on a good year of tourism. The future of tourism depends on protecting these sites (TED).Another detriment to the tourism sector of the economy is its vulnerability to regional conflicts and terrorism. Bibliography Works CitedEgyptian Ministry of Tourism Home Page. 29 Sept. 1999. Egyptian Ministry of Tourism. 5 Nov. 2000. http://www.touregyp.netEgypt's Tourism Net Home Page. 7 Mar. 1995. Egypt's Tourism Net. 1 Nov. 2000.16. Tourism in Italy
Direct election has produced a crop of impressive new city mayors all over the south (and some in the north, too),many of whom have followed Naples' strategy of promoting cultural tourism and tackling inefficient bureaucracy. Palermo is spending a fortune in establishing itself as a centre for cultural tourism, mounting hundreds of musical and theatricalevents. Its best hopeseems to be tourism. Politicians and businessmen were slow to catch on, but are nowmaking the promotion of tourism a top priority.17. The History of Cuba's Prostitution
Despite Castro's effort to reduce prostitution and sex tourism, these problems still remain in Cuba. A John Hopkins University report says "Canadian and American tourists have contributed to a sharp increase in child prostitution and exploitation of women in Cuba (due to) a current drop in political restriction on travel to Cuba and a crackdown on sex tourism in Southeast Asia" (Calzon). Tourism, of course, also plays a big role in the staying power of prostitution. The New Republic reported in June 2000 that the government has even begun referring to these women as "promote.18. Canada's Recreational Parks
The Issue of Tourism in Canada's Provincial ParkI. Hence, this essay will present a case study on Algonquin Provincial Park, which will draw on aspects of the workings of leisure and/or tourism and how various theories such as Distance Decay, the 'Ellis Curve', the theories of Valene Smith and Doxey, give an insightful meaning to the planning and management of sustainable ecosystems.II. "Protection, recreation, heritage appreciation, and tourism are the objectives of the current provincial park system.".19. The Bangkok Sex trade
This lack of a definitive internal manufacturing or business sector within the country has forced tourism and service to become the primary industry the Thai economy is based upon. Tourism acts as Thailand's main source of foreign exchange. An anti-sexual exploitation group known as ECPAT held a two-day conference at the UN to discuss how to stop the sex tourism business for sex offenders in South Asia. Even though the sex industry is based on tourism, many Thai men also frequent these houses of prostitution. As long as the Thai economy remains underdeveloped and men are sti.20. Australia
Through sport, education, employment and tourism, Australians learn about other lifestyles while people in other lands learn about the Australian way of life. So that is one cultural link Australia has.Another cultural link would have to be tourism. Tourism is not only now a major contributor to total economic activity in Australia, but the movement of tourists creates bonds with the rest of the world. Every year tourism is increasing. Over the last 7 years tourism has increased 75%.21. Lodging Tax
House Bill 2267 will allow a one percent tax on all lodging in Oregon, thus bringing in over $7 million dollars, doubling the budget the tourism commission has to work with. It would prohibit cities and counties from adopting or even increasing their own lodging taxes unless the money is directly used to promote tourism. This money is crucial to help pay for all sorts of things such as maintaining parks and other facilities that see more people when tourism is at a high. The tax would allow the tourism commission to reach-out internationally as well as nationally to promote Oregon.22. A Tourist Guide of Italy in the Internet
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Although child prostitution exists worldwide, the center of the child sex industry is Asia, where approximately 1 million children are prostitutes and the number is still growing.Child sex tourism is a significant component in the sexual exploitation of children and one that is expanding. Lastly, poor countries are often under strict economic pressure to develop tourism as a source of income.24. Effect of Legalizing Gambling in Economy
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Progress "undermines African culture"PART1I read an article on how tourist and Christians are changing the African culture. According to Mr Opondo, tourism is effecting huge changes in the lives of people in the Kigezi highlands. He said, "The tourists who come to enjoy the mountains trigger chang.
Essay on Tourism and Environment
Tourism and Environment are intrinsically related with each other. The development and up gradation of the tourist sector depends on a clean environment, free from all hazards.
Development of Thought:
Environmentally responsible tourism is a new concept the world over. There are two aspects of the relation between tourism and environment. Tourism depends heavily on an un spoilt natural environment. The world over, location of scenic beauty and un spoilt natural splendor have replaced heritage monuments in tourism trends.
Therefore for tourism to survive, protection of these natural environments becomes a pre-requisite. At the same time providing amenities of potable water and other infrastructure to tourists often become a cause for environmental degradation. Unrestrained commercialization has harmed many a fragile ecosystem.
The Earth Summit in Brazil discussed the issue of "sustainable tourism"-i.e. tourism without harm to environment, within the context of overall sustainable development. In India, an environmental impact assessment is now being insisted upon as a prerequisite for all major tourism projects.
Tourism, if it is to be a vehicle of culture, prosperity and peace, must conserve without damaging, protect without plundering, and create, without destroying and at the end of it all, we must remember that in this we are trustees of the future.
One of the most controversial and 'active' subjects today is environment. And, tourism is intrinsically related to environment.
Tourism represents around six per cent of world trade, and almost 13 percent of the total global consumer spending. The significance of these two factors cannot be gainsaid. Tourism, let us face it, is an industry. Like any commercial venture, investment in the industry has to be commensurate with profitability.
But unlike most other industries, truism is essentially based on a good environment, and should therefore, natural be more concerned about its proper protection, preservation and further development, in its own interest, if not out of altruistic motives.
Tourism depends heavily on an authentic socio-cultural environment and an un spoilt natural environment. A discerning observer of the world tourism scene would sense a certain change that is gradually taking place in the order of preferences of the: international and domestic tourist.
Heritage monuments have yielded place to locations which afford opportunities for leisure in an atmosphere of scenic beauty end cultural novelty. In India, we suffer from what can only be termed as an embarrassment of riches in this regard.
The upsurge witnessed in tourism demands vast infrastructural facilities like hotels, restaurants and roads, which affect the environment. Even when care is taken minimize this adverse impact, tourists by their very numbers and behaviour, create certain problems.
Environmentally-responsible tourism is a new concept the world over. Its formal enunciation emanates from the 1989 Hague Declaration on Truism, which advocates rational management of tourism so that it contributes to the protection and preservation of the natural and cultural environment.
Even at the Earth Summit in Brazil June (1992) the issue of 'sustainable tourism' was discussed within the context of overall sustainable development.
In India, an environmental impact assessment is now being insisted upon as a prerequisite for all major tourism projects. Some areas, such as the Aravallis, have been declare as being eco-sensitive, and commercial development in and around national parks and wildlife sanctuaries is being strictly regulated.
Unrestrained commercialization has eroded the stability of our coastline. Interference with natural sand-dunes would undermine the eco-system of the locality. This compels eco-system is nature's defence line against tidal waves and land erosion by the sea.
Even if beach resorts are built in such a way as to aesthetically blend with the surroundings, the problem does not end there. Beach resorts require enormous quantities of sweet water to cater to the lifestyles of rich tourists.
Over-exploitation of underground water creates an imbalance, disturbing the saline aquifers of the sea-bed, resulting in an increase of salinity, making well water in coastal villages undrinkable, and Stalinizing fields to a point where agriculture is seriously affected.
Availability of water is also a major problem in the hill stations. Overcrowding and indiscriminate construction, particularly in our Himalayan hill-stations, not only create ugly blots on the landscape, but also give rise to problems of sewages and sold waste disposal.
Another crucial issue is that of energy consumption. Tourist facilities should so designed as to be energy efficient, taking advantage of sun in hill-stations and wind directions and breezes on the plains and coastal areas, to reduce heating, cooling and the air-conditioning requirements to the barest minimum.
They would have to think of ways of using natural light as a preferred means to artificial lighting, solar heating to geysers, and often solar cookers to electric ovens. Non- conventional sources of energy and water conservation have to be in the future the hallmark of all tourist projects.
A large number of tourists, both international and domestic, are attracted to national parks and sanctuaries which afford them glimpses of wildlife. Mountains, jungles, rivers and lakes also allow for the newfangled 'adventure tourism', hiking, skiing and other similar activities.
All this is very well, and certainly deserves to be encouraged, since quite apart from the income generated by tourism, it also increases public awareness about nature and all its beauties. The mistake is when we confuse wildlife and adventure tourism with picnics. A national park is not the place to spend a pleasant Sunday afternoon, playing games or sipping martinis.
More than just the architecture of the buildings, it is the tourist activities that must blend into the surroundings. Underlying everything we do must be empathy for wildlife and a respect for its habitat.
We find empty bottles, empty cans and plastic bags not only marring the beauty but also threatening animals who have been known to choke and die from trying to eat the food off discarded plastic wrappers or containers.
Why cannot we have battery-operated vehicles cutting down both on noise and harmful emissions instead of having conventional vehicles?
In every case it is necessary, to do a detailed study about the carrying capacity of any tourist location, be it a hill-station or a beach resort or a wildlife sanctuary. By 'carrying capacity', is meant the load of people that a particular area can take.
The carrying capacity would further determine the optimum number of people required to sustain it both economically as well as environmentally.
It would be a good idea if the tourism industry itself undertakes such carrying capacity studies in its own enlightened self-interest. The government would certainly be willing to cooperate with information and guidance.
Until recently, tourism in our country was mainly religious tourism. Pilgrims who visited the holy places were humble and had great respect for the local communities living in these places.
In turn, the visitors were welcomed with open arms and open minds and given all cooperation and assistance. There was nothing obtrusive in the attitudes of the pilgrims which could offend the sensibilities of local inhabitants. But the present scenario is different.
It is not the intention to pain a dismal picture or say that tourism is something which should toe banned. Tourism contains within itself the potential of developing into one of the most eco-friendly industries-provided that there is a re-orientation of perspectives and an acceptance of the basic tenets of conservation.
Until recently, the gigantic tourism industry has been doing well, very well. In the year 2001, a recorded 688 million people were traveling internationally. As the tourism industry’s popularity grows, the image of travel and tourism begins to evolve. With a simple click of the button, your entire nine-day itinary to India could be planned, booked and paid for. No long distance calls to New Delhi. No two-hour busy lines on the United Airlines reservation lines. Traveling is as easy as ordering a pizza. At the same time as countries start to evolve and cater to the tourism industry, authenticity is lost. A distinction must be made between what is the tourist and the traveler. The essence of traveling is to experience something completely different from what is at home. Now, tourism is molded into what is familiar to us. It is no longer the culture of a society, rather one of tourism.
If done in a respectful and conservative manner, traveling can create a network of positive relations to nature, culture and people and therefore is an important foundation stone for peace. Traveling can draw the attention of people and governments to values of culture and nature, to necessities for conservation and education programs about other lands, their geographical characteristics and their people. We travel to learn and experience something that is completely different than home. When a trip is organized to include the comforts of home, it hinders oneself from truly experiencing the place. When my mother traveled in India by herself, she felt a sense of discovery. For her, traveling was a chance to step out of her comfort box. As a young woman, eating spicy curries, dodging speeding bicycles, watching Indians bathe in the filthy Ganges River was scary and new. But she commented that such experiences forces us to do something other than what we know. It forces us to change and grow. I also experienced this sense of freedom from an online backpacker website called Travel Times-India. The site recommended that rather than consuming the place and spitting out a production of how we see it, to preserve it as it is. When don’t have familiar places, or get lost, we are given the opportunity to eat in a street stall or take the local bus. This raw and organic experience cannot be found in book or brochure. It isn’t our place to impose our morals and culture, to make it a production of our society. It is important to remember that we are only visitors in the host country and should therefore behave appropriately. Travel is not an opportunity to consume, but rather appreciate and respect.
Human curiosity is insatiable. I firmly believe that the need and want to seek out new places, experience unique environments, and encounter foreign societies is essential to our survival. The earth today, however, is different from what it used to be. Today, the world is no longer a place where getting from one region to another is a long, harsh, and enduring journey. In today’s world, one can travel from one side of the earth to the other in a matter of hours. This ease of mobility, along with the rapidly improving communication technologies and the globalization of the world’s economies, has truly made our world interconnected. Although most will agree that tourism is a mind-broadening experience, few acknowledge that it can also wreak havoc on the natural environment and its inhabitants. Tourism can ruin landscapes, destroy communities, pollute air and water, trivialize cultures, bring about uniformity, and generally contribute to the continuing degradation of life on our planet. But I truly believe that while these conflicts do happen, the point is not to attempt to put a halt to the industry, but to better manage it. The more people who know about and respect unique places and cultures, the less likely destructive habits will continue. The less we consume, the less we produce, the more we can gain from other cultures.
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