Free Essays on Tourist Destinations And Their Development In India

  1. Tourism

    of Indian peninsula. Its unique feature, culture and traditions, coupled with its varied demography has made Kerala one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. This Tropical paradise with its spectacular and diverse natural attractions has greatly attracted holiday makers from across the...

  2. Tourism Development

    Tourism Planning and Development Institute of Hotel Management Aurangabad Discuss the potentiality, effectiveness of a selected destination critically and provide the possibilities and needs of development through planning and strategic implementation in India for greater tourist interest Module...

  3. Marketing Strategy for the State Kerala

    400907011 The immense potential of the tourism sector to act as a catharsis of economic and social development has been acknowledged in national and international forums. Almost all the states in India have placed tourism on a priority platform, making efforts to exploit the tourism resources and potential...

  4. Tourism

    A SEMINAR PROJECT ON “TOURISM INDUSTRY IN INDIA” SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE DEGREE OF MASTERS OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION SESSION (2011-2013) SUBMITTED TO: SUBMITTED BY: Mrs...

  5. tourism

    Tourism is travel for recreational, leisure, or business purposes. The World Tourism Organization defines tourists as people "traveling to and staying in places outside their usual environment for not more than one consecutive year for leisure, business and other purposes".[1] Tourism has become a...

  6. Medical Tuorism

    services. The major reasons which necessitate medical tourism are affordable health costs and high quality services found in other countries. Medical tourists also are attracted by convenience of finding all the services they require in one medical centre. Traditional medicine and services are as well quoted...

  7. Tourism in India

    urism-in-india.htm How are Safety Concerns Affecting Foreign Tourism in India? If recent news reports are to be believed, the writing is on the wall. There has been a 25% drop in the number of foreign tourists visiting India over the last three months,  following a widely publicized spate of sexual...

  8. Introduction to Tourism Industry

    Introduction to Tourism Industry Tourism is travel for recreational, leisure or business purposes. The World Tourism Organization defines tourists as people who "travel to and stay in places outside their usual environment for more than twenty-four (24) hours and not more than one consecutive year...

  9. Crisis Management in Tourism

    Maldives. Tourism, like no other industry, has created prosperity and economic development opportunities for countries that were said to be difficult to develop (Page and Connell, 2006). It is a common norm that tourists are from developed countries and hosts are those from developing countries. However...

  10. What Ails Circuit Tourism Initiatives? Lack of Political Will to Get Things Moving Inconsistent, Piecemeal and Half-Hearted Approach by the State Tourism Boards to See a Project and Proposal Through Mous Between States

    GUIDELINES OF SCHEME FOR PRODUCT/INFRASTRCUTURE DEVELOPMENT FOR DESTINATIONS AND CIRCUITS 1. In the 9th Plan assistance was provided in the following fields:1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Construction of budget accommodation. Tourist complexes. Wayside amenities. Tourist Reception Centre. Refurbishment of monuments...

  11. Tourism Industry in India

    Tourism Statistics in India 12 Incredible India Campaign 18  'Incredible India' campaign wins World Travel Award 19  ‘Incredible India’ unites kids, teachers 19  Incredible India stands proud on Asian golf scene 19  Govt launches prepaid travel card for inbound tourists 20  Incredible...

  12. Prospects and Retrospect of Tourism Industry in Tamil Nadu

    leisure purposes with a view to enhancing the knowledge and widening the wisdom of an individual. The World Tourism Organisation defines tourists as “people who travel to and stay in places outside their usual environment for more than twenty four hours and not more than one consecutive ...

  13. jaiselmer unesco

    ENVIRONMENT INDIA Jaisalmer, Khajuraho and Goa Prepared by A.G. Krishna Menon UNESCO PRINCIPAL REGIONAL OFFICE FOR ASIA AND THE PACIFIC BANGKOK, 1993 UNESCO Principal Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific. Case study on the effects of tourism on culture and the environment: India; Jaisalmer...

  14. Tourism

    TOURISM ECONOMICS AND ITS APPLICATION TO REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT 1. Introduction There is now a substantial body of literature on tourism economics and a new journal entitled Tourism Economics. This is not surprising because the tourist industry is, from a number of different viewpoints, the largest...

  15. Tourism in India

    revenue is tourism. India is a country with a great potential for tourism. In addition to her places of ancient historical and archaeological interests, her varied wild life sanctuaries, beach resorts and winter sports attract tourists from all over the world. Indian Tourism Development Corporation is...

  16. International business

    countries such as China, India and Malaysia. “Traditional countries” e.g. Australia also have a very strong economy which creates higher percentage of wealth within their population1. This provides an extraordinary opportunity for Singapore to position itself as a travel destination within this region. ...

  17. Sita Tours

    Kanwat Imran Khan Sameja Piyush Rai Richa Sharma Surya Mahesh Marisetti Table of Contents Scope of Tourism 3 Factors which affect travel destination selection 3 SWOT Analysis 4 PEST Analysis 4 Political 4 Economic 4 Social 4 Technology 4 PORTER’s Five Forces Model 4 Segmentation...

  18. Geography Project

     Tourism development in India has passed through many phases. At Government level the development of tourist facilities has evolved from isolated planning of single unit facilities to a major instrument for social integration and economic development. But it was only after the 80’s that tourism activity...

  19. Tourism Marketing for Sustainable Development

    TOURISM MARKETING FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT by Dr. Adarsh Batra* Abstract The levels of marketing, quite often blamed for changing consumer attitudes, promote a materialistic society where status is derived more from the number and type of destinations we visit and leisure activities we undertake...

  20. The Tourism Industry - Paper

    The Tourism Industry Background & History The three major sectors that contribute to the development of the economy of a country are: Agriculture, Manufacturing & services. The share of the services sector in the world’s economy has been growing steadily over the past few years. In developed...

  21. Karan Kapur - Government Policy Initiatives

    witnessed in the hospitality sector, the government has laid out several policy initiatives like:  Rationalization of Taxes  Reducing overall costs for tourists o Removal of 10% expenditure tax on Room rent and F&B and abolishment of the inland travel tax of 15% o Reduction in customs duty on imported liquor...

  22. economics

    Geography, Faculty of Science, The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, Gujarat, India 2 Associate Professor, Department of Geography, Faculty of Science, The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, Gujarat, India ABSTRACT Gujarat’s tourism industry is one of the most diverse products on the...

  23. tourism

    Kerala’s Approach to Tourism Development: A Case Study Ministry of Tourism & Culture, Government of India TABLE OF CONTENTS PREFACE ....................................................................................................................................... 4 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS ........

  24. The Role of Tourism in India

    The Role of Tourism in India Tourism is travel for recreational, leisure or business purposes. The World Tourism Organization defines tourists as people who "travel to and stay in places outside their usual environment for more than twenty-four (24) hours and not more than one consecutive year for...

  25. Careers Option

    Travel and tourism Travel and tourism provide information about travel and tours in India and other countries in world. Travel and tourism contains information about package tour, hotel reservation, card rentals, cultural and beach vacations. Career in Travel and Tourism Industry Large group of...

  26. Sport Tourism in India

    Organization defines tourists as people travelling from one place to another and staying in places outside their usual environment for not more than one consecutive year for leisure, business and other purposes. The importance of tourism, as an instrument of economic development and employment generation...

  27. National Tourism Policy of India

    Draft: National Tourism Policy of India  The Preamble Tourism emerged as the largest global industry of the 20th century and is projected to grow even faster in the 21st century. India has immense possibilities of growth in the tourism sector with vast cultural and religious heritage, varied natural...

  28. i live my india

     This essay describes about the Incredible India which is an eco-tourism business in India. It basically focuses upon to identify the sustainable policies which they use to make the tourists destination more sustainable. It even describes the policy they use such as Bio-logical-diversity, resource...

  29. Introduction of Tourism Industry in Mauritius Tourism Essay

    The Tourism In Mauritius Tourism Essay This part of the theoretical discussion gives an overview of Mauritius as a tourist destination. A general introduction to the cultural and geographical background with a description of tourism characteristics, attractions, as well as seasonal aspects is presented...

  30. Impact of Tourism

    Impact of Tourism in India Sunday, 15 August 2010 09:17 H.Lalnunmawia [pic][pic] DEVELOPMENT AND IMPACT OF TOURISM INDUSTRY IN INDIA   INTRODUCTION There are various definitions of tourism. Theobald (1994) suggested that etymologically, the word "tour" is derived from the Latin 'tornare'...