Introduction of Tourism planning
Economic revitalization is necessary for improving the place. Clipper Bay has an attractive sea side locality which have a strong potential for becoming one of the popular tourist destinations in the world. The location has sandy beaches, rugged rocks and presence of cliffs which make Clipper Bay a perfect place for the tourist and tis therefore one of the major tourist attractions (Benur & Bramwell, 2015). The place needs revitalization as it is a famous tourist destination and is also characterized by high diversity and the locality also comprises of fragile ecosystem. There is presence of both positive and negative effects of tourism present in the economy.
The importance of the tourism planning are to make sure that the planners understand the significance of tourism and take in to account while preparing the development plans and also taking the planning decisions (Cook, Hsu & Marqua, 2014).The significance of tourism is to ensure that people involved in the tourism industry understands the principles of the national planning policy which are generally applied in tourism and how it can be applied while preparing the individual planning application. Profitability should not only be the only means of tourism there should be also be some aspect of keeping the environment safe in nature. The activity of tourism should also follow the sustainability off the environment along with the region. It is quite important for preserving the nature and the natural resources which will be available at the place. The paper also shows that there is a presence of a lot comparative advantage relating to tourism in Clipper Bay.
Tourism planning also makes sure that the planners and the tourism industry both work together effectively in order to facilitate and promote new tourism development in a very sustainable way. The tourism planning is quite similar to the general planning. Tourism is also associated with the trans-national levels, although it may refer to travel to another location both domestically and internationally.
How tourism is affected to negative and positive impacts
Tourism is most of the time seasonal in nature and impacts only after some time. There are mainly three categories affecting tourism which are environmental impacts, socio cultural impacts and the economic impacts. The tourism affects the place both positively and negatively. Some of the positive effect includes rise in the reserves of the foreign exchanges, as tourists arriving in the country will be bringing in valuable foreign exchanges. It is therefore boon for the local economy which will help in proving employment to a large number of people (Benur & Bramwell, 2015). Tourism also help in supporting the local commercialisation which will result to free interchange of the ideas and customs.
However, there are presence of negative impacts of tourism. Some of them which includes drain on economy which states that for attracting huge number of tourists. For attracting the tourists there need to be rise in the creation of the infrastructures which can also affect the place negatively. With the arrival of the tourists it also led to increase in the cost of the essential goods for the locals. There is also presence of many kind of social and environmental issues as it causes significant damages to the environment. In short it can be said that the tourism have both positive and negative impacts in the industry (Cook, Hsu & Marqua, 2014). Although one of the biggest problems that the society faces is the tourist hot spots is the problem related to drug and the alcohol abuse. People arrival in the tourist destinations should also behave according to the law of the place.
Impact of tourism
Tourism can affect the three main categories of the place which includes the environmental impacts, socio cultural impacts and economic impacts. The environmental impacts usually affect the carrying capacity of the place, vegetation, the quality of water and the natural phenomena. On the other hand, the socio cultural impacts is association with the interaction present between two people and their cultural background, attitudes and behaviours. Introducing the tourists in the sensitive areas can be quite detrimental and can result to losf culture Lew, 2014). The economic impacts are seen to be positive in nature which generally contributes to the employment, better services and presence of social stability. Tourism might also improve the level of education which is not considered all the times.
Importance of consulting with the stakeholder
The stakeholder is the one who can affect or gets affected by the actions of any kind of corporations. The stakeholders are therefore those groups without whom the organization would does not exist. The stakeholders in the tourism development includes national government, local governments, employees of the tourism, tourism education, local populations and the trade unions of the tourism employees.it also comprises of the travellers, local populations and the institutions engaged for financing the projects of tourism. In the recent day’s tourism have received a significant amount of interest and focus from the people. The stakeholders can usually affect the actions, objectives and the policies of the organization. For achieving a sustainable development, the stakeholders play a crucial role in all the stages of tourism development process which includes policy making to project implementation. It have also been found out that tourism will be also achieving greater levels of sustainability when all the stakeholders participate in the development (Balomenou & Garrod, 2014). Both the policy and strategy documents includes involvement of the stakeholder. Although there is a presence of positive structural moves, there is also presence of embedded social constraints. Both the stakeholders and the partnerships have become quite significant in the organizational life across the public. Tourism development should be considered in a sustainable way. With the world’s largest economic sectors, there have a lot of effect in making tourism more sustainable in nature.
Advantage of comparative advantage and how tourism industry can support economic revitalization
The flow of tourism is explained with the demand side factors such as growth of the income in the developed countries and changes in the preferences of visitors. The theory of the comparative advantage have been from Ricardo’s insight in the fact that benefits from trade specializes in the production of the services and goods (Sharpley, 2015). Tourism have many positive effects such as increase in the jobs, increase in the wealth of area and the high quality of life for the locals. Tourism also provides economic stimulus to allow for diversification of the employment and income. Tourism can help in revitalizing the economy by increasing the rate of jobs.
The place Clipper Bay is a small place although it has many comparative advantages. The comparative advantages of the tourism of any place generally depends on the availability of the resources, infrastructure and the quality. As not a large number of people are engaged in any kind of economic activities, therefore there is a presence of good scope for labour in case of tourism activities at the Clipper Bay. The easy access to the resource availability also helps in attracting tourists in Clipper Bay. As the place have huge supply of the marine products, the sea food items therefor will be helping in meeting the food expectations of the tourists (Balomenou & Garrod, 2014). Presence of natural attractions in the Clipper Bay have been quite advantageous for the tourists. With the presence of both sea and mountain, Clipper Bay have been one of the famous tourist destinations. These are some of the reasons for which it can be said that the lace Clipper Bay have an comparative advantage over the other regions
Important consideration in having infrastructure
It has been found out that the infrastructure of Clipper Bay is not much highly developed. Government also plan to build roads which will make accessible convenient which can serve as a travel for the tourists while using the local. The planning for infrastructure comprises of roads, transport hotels, dispensaries, electricity and many more (Airey & Ruhanen, 2014). The visitors are generally of three types like tourists who visits different beaches, parks and festivals. In case of tourism every development depends on the need of the visitors. With proper analysis, the required facilities which need to be implemented needs to be identified. The infrastructure development generally includes the transport facilities, healthcare facilities and the water management facilities. The population of the visiting tourists will have a significant impact on the development of the infrastructure. A huge of amount of money is used to determining how much should be invested in developing the destination. The development of the infrastructure will also help in the boosting of the economy of the locality present there.
Potential economic advantages and disadvantages in developing tourism in Clipper Bay
Some of the economic advantages includes tourism can bring in greater advantage to the economy of the region (Dredge & Jamal, 2015). Tourism also provides a many job opportunities to the people of the place and therefore generates huge income to the economy of the country. Tourism also leads to rise in the business activities of the shops, restaurants and many other things. It also provides the opportunity to the particular region or increasing their profits. When a particular place is appreciated by the visitors, the popularity of the place increases which will in turn increases the activity of the tourism of that place.
Tourism also have a huge number of disadvantages in the economy. One of the disadvantage is that with the increase in tourism activities there is also increase in the level of pollution. Tourism can cause major damage in the nature and place. It will also result in damage of the heritage and culture of the region. Tourism is also seasonal in many cases and also does not support a constant flow of economy for the region. In many cases it have been found out that the money which have been earned from the tourists are used for benefitting the tourists. Therefore, there is absence of any kind of balance that needs to be served for the benefits of the country. Also the hotels and restaurants which are which are owned by the foreign companies will not be adding to the advantage to the economy of the country.
Socio cultural advantage and disadvantages in developing tourism in Clipper Bay
The social and cultural impact will affect the impact the social changes in the lives of the people and improvements in infrastructure and lifestyle changes. Tourism have various impacts on both social and cultural aspects of the life of a particular region. There are presence of both positive and negative impacts of tourism which is related to the socio cultural effect. The socio-cultural effect of tourism includes the process through which tourism can change the lives of the people inhabiting by providing financial stability to the people. Tourism can also help in creation of man kind of new jobs for the residents present in the locality which will also help in raising the standards of the people (Cornelissen, 2017). With the growth of tourism, the growth of local handicrafts industry will also rise. The people can therefore earn a lot of money by engaging themselves in various kinds of trade activities. Mass tourism can also lead to rise in rate of criminal activities which can pose a huge threat to the security of the local inhabitant’s present. In order to boost tourism, a large amount of money have been invested for preserving the local heritage for improving the infrastructures and facilities.
The negative impact on the socio-economic cultures of tourism are also present. One such effect is that the local people might copy the lifestyles of the tourists which could lead to loss of local culture and may also create unrest among the people. Some of the inhabitants might also enter in to the criminal activities in order to fetch more money from the tourists leading to rise in the crime rate and loss of moral and religious values (Dredge & Jamal, 2015). Due to huge amount of flow of tourists, it may lead to overcrowding, poor sanitation which can also lead to diseases affecting the tourists.
Environmental advantage and disadvantages in developing tourism in Clipper Bay
With the rise in tourism, there will be rise in the development of infrastructure at Clipper Bay and will also lead to water and air pollution. The seaside will also get polluted as a result of tourism. As tourism increases, beautification of nature and its reestablishment are also need to be done. Disadvantage include littering of food articles and garbage everywhere. The quality of the environment which are both natural as well as made are quite significant to the tourism (Airey & Ruhanen, 2014). Most of the issues can be easily solved by planning efficiently. The tourism activity will be generating a huge revenue for the locality and the revenue which will be collected can be utilized for maintaining the place properly. Both the governments as well as the non-government organizations will lead to public appreciation of the environment along with the natural resource. This can be done with the help of various environmental campaigns and educational programs. The development of the luxury tourism can be combined with the conservation of environment by encouraging resource development.
It has been found out that the tourism can help in stimulating the economic development along with the social welfare of the citizens along with the region. For developing a community based tourism, the local employment along with the diversification of the various economic activities of the people are needed. With the involvement of the foreign direct investment, the scope of tourism can be positively affected. The effects of tourism also highlighted that when investment will be made for the activities of tourism in case of Clipper Bay, it will help in multiplying the income and also increase the profitability of the place. The comparative advantages therefore will be helpful in creating a better environment for the purpose of the tourism.
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