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3. Build comprehensive and well organized tourism park that will satisfy the needs of tourists while ensuring that the economic returns are used to benefit the local community as well as contribute towards the maintenance of the wider system.
4. The roads in the area will be developed to make the area accessible from other areas of the country. Development of these roads will enhance public transport as well as private transport. This will be done in consideration of the environments so that it may not have negative impact on the immediate environment.
6. The developments will be done with respect to the immediate environment such that they will complement rather than detract it. They should be designed in a manner that they will have positive impact upon the landscape, the historical setting and upon ecology.
Sterling Bay’s tourism product should include activities in which tourists can participate, good infrastructure, tourists’ security, and other services. All these are attainable because the natural environment is appealing, the local community is friendly and has a well developed culture, and has a stable political environment. These are the success factors that are key to easy implementation and development of tourism in the area.
Sterling Bay has nature attraction sites which include underground caves and marine parks. To complement these, this plan suggests a range of other facilities which include a golf course and arenas for beach volleyball. For the tourists who enjoy special qualities of the landscape, Sterling Bay has a hill, a forest, and limestone caves.
Clean water is ideal for recreation and tourism industry because it accentuates aquatic ecosystems such as coral reef and limestone caves such as the ones along Sterling Bay beach, and beautiful beaches. Water has a powerful attraction to human beings such that when they are planning for vacations and holiday getaways, they have a tendency to head towards the
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It needs critical evaluation that is much informed and objective to enable one to opt for one course and not the other (Marcouiller, 1995). Once the choice is made, it is implemented according to the guideless established. The implementation is done over a period of time after which it is assed for the worth it has brought.
This chapter examines the methodology to be used to conduct the research. Research seeks to identify important things that will help boost business tourism in Abu Dhabi. It draws on the contribution of business professionals and related matters to the main elements that can support the creation of a good environment for business tourism.
Tourism has emerged to be one the fastest growing economic sectors in many countries. For instance, in Costa Rica, tourism has been serving as the largest foreign exchange earner since 1995. The natural attractions such as Poas Volcano Crater and Cocos Island have enhanced the growth of the sector in Costa Rica.
The generated queries have to be robust and secure enough so as not to leak secure customer and the organization information.
Complexity is another issue to be considered while developing the BTIC tourism system. In this model, many tables will be generated due to the vast amount of data such as customer information base, tourist spots information, transportation information, information related to accommodation, information of places of interest, information guides information list, tourist guides information list, and other related information.
Tourism has certain characteristics which are very difficult to be defined with a reasonable accuracy. There is a lot of information flowing in the tourism industry that it is difficult to handle such vast information. The tourism industry just keeps growing bigger and larger every year.
The critical role played by the Seven Sisters Country Park in the local economy of the region makes it a fit case for initiatives in sustainable tourism. The impact of tourism on the environment of the park will be examined in general and specific instances outlined.
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Each of the approaches is not mutually exclusive and is required to be used in combinations. However, the immediate tourism issues that need to be addressed, for sustainability (United Nations Environment Programme, 2003, pp. 22-25), include:
d game and hunting of captive or semi-captive animals which are bred and raised under controlled conditions so as to attain trophy characteristics; also called canned hunts.
According to Novelli (2005), the three main trophy hunting businesses are food, recreation and trade
For this view to be successful and development targets achieved, it requires intense and vigilant management because of changing trends in the global market so as to understand cultural diversities and promote new insights. Particularly, the management criteria should be