Free Essays on Tourist Destinations And Their Development In India

  1. Tourism In Westbengal, India

    most culturally and ethnically diverse states of India. The people of West Bengal inherit their identity and aspiration from the larger Indian mosaic. One can still capture the colonial area in its relics which survived the states progressive development. The land of West Bengal has in it intricately woven...

  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. 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...

  4. 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...

  5. Tourism Development in India

    TOURISM DEVELOPMENT IN INDIA --- Atul Sinha *     Tourism development in India has passed through many phases. At Government level the development of tourist facilities was taken up in a planned manner in 1956 coinciding with the Second Five Year Plan. The approach has evolved from isolated planning...

  6. Enriching the Tourist and Host Intercultural

    Enriching the Tourist and Host Intercultural Experience by Reconceptualising Communication Carol J. Steiner School of Contemporary Communication, Central Queensland University, Mackay, Queensland, Australia Yvette Reisinger Tourism Research International, Bradford, MA, USA The aim of this paper...

  7. 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...

  8. Tourism Industry - India

    Conde Nast Traveler, one of the World’s most famous magazines on tourism ranked India among the top 10th tourist destinations in the world. Tourism is the third highest net earner of foreign exchange for the countryand also one of the sectors that employs the largest number of manpower. The growth in...

  9. Tourism in India

    in India Tourism is the largest service industry in India, with a contribution of 6.23% to the national GDP and 8.78% of the total employment in India. India witnesses more than 5 million annual foreign tourist arrivals and 562 million domestic tourism visits.[2][3] The tourism industry in India generated...

  10. destination management in Roses of Spain

    topic of ‘Destination management’ has been brought to light as a consequence of the stable development of tourism from both the demand and the supply side and has been settled as a reaction to the emerging trends in the tourism market (Manente, 2008). It is difficult to define tourism destinations that combines...

  11. 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...

  12. Rise of Luxury in India

    tourism in India: Railway experience and Historical Monumental Abstract: Today, India is home of many beautiful ancient monuments heritage and have historical places. It is attracting lot of tourist to come to India and experience it so it’s becoming most popular tourist destination worldwide...

  13. Tourism Marketing in India

    Dr. Atanu Adhikari Table of Contents 1. Project Scope 2. Indian Tourism Statistics 3. What is Marketed 4. Evolution of Tourism in India 5. Why Tourism Marketing 6. Accessing Market opportunities and customer values in Tourism Marketing 7. Segmentation in Tourism Marketing ...

  14. 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...

  15. Tourism Development

    Planning and Development Goals of Tourism Development To provide a framework for raising the standard of living of the people through the economic benefits of tourism To develop an infrastructure and provide recreation facilities for visitors and residents alike To ensure that types of development within...

  16. 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...

  17. Tourism development in New Zealand

    Executive Summary Tourism development in New Zealand is the result of different factors that permanently interact with each other, all being crucial in the overall strategy success. New Zealand’s tourism policies and planning strategies are efficient, although there is still need for an efficient...

  18. 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...

  19. Thesis Profiling Tourists Uses And Advantages

    Profiling tourists: uses and Advantages In writing this thesis, I have approached the subject from the general, to build the context of the topic, to the more specific topic and proceeded again to the general trend and direction of tourism in India. Since the topic itself is of limited content, it...

  20. india

    SUSTAINABLE TOURISM in India BA-TOURISM MANAGEMENT 2ND SEMESTER INTRODUCTION In today’s world, the mantra is sustainability, irrespective of the economic activity that you are in. And this is a challenge for tourism, considered to be by far the fastest growing industry in the world. India, Too, is slowly...

  21. Food Tourism in India

    Working title The role of food tourism in sustaining regional identity: A case study of Kerala, India. Background The theme of this project is to look at the role of food tourism in Kerala, India and in particular with reference to regional identity. There are two main questions that will need...

  22. Jet Airway in India

    JETAIRWAYS IN INDIA INTRODUCTION: In July 2008, magazine ranked Jet Airways as the world's best long-haul airline after Singapore Airlines.[1] In a poll conducted by SmartTravelAsia.com in September 2008, it was voted as the world's seventh best airline overall.Jet Airways has also won a survey...

  23. Potential of Hotel and Tourism Industry in India

    unprecedented growth, according to the latest Indian hotel market outlook report, 'India Digest 2008', by Jones Lang LaSalle Hotels, one of the leading hotel investment and advisory service providers. Hotel Industry in India has witnessed tremendous boom in recent years. Hotel Industry is inextricably linked...

  24. 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...

  25. India: Medical Hub

    India India is one of the most touted destinations in the world for medical tourists. It is known in particular for heart surgery, hip resurfacing and other areas of advanced medicine. The government and private hospital groups are committed to the goal of making India a world leader in the industry...

  26. 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...

  27. Tourism in India

    dessenceconsulting.com Ecotourism: An Opportunity in India White Paper Series on Tourism Industry Team D’Essence Definition of Eco Tourism In 2001 India had more than 2.5 million inbound natural visitors and 234 million domestic tourists every year. resource preservation.- World Wide...

  28. 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...

  29. 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...

  30. Destination Management

    DESTINATION What is a Destination? Tourist destination may be understood as the hub of facilities and services designed to meet the needs of the tourists. A tourist destination should be defined in terms of demand by the tourists. The basic components of destination were Three ‘A’s : * Attraction...