More jobs mean less poverty. Environmental Degradation It is almost certain that as a result of tourism, there will be some negative impacts on the environment whether it be through littering accidental or otherwise through to the unplanned destructive infrastructure. It may seem, that tourism brings only benefits, but further consideration shows that it also has disadvantages. Hence, there is very little benefit to local businesses and workers. For example, the carbon footprint of a one-way economy class flight from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, is 30 kg of carbon dioxide per passenger. During months when the tourist numbers fall, employment in the tourism industry becomes temporarily unavailable. It can be a source of pride for local communities, and allows them to look at their history, and cultural heritage and develop their own community identity.
More people mean more jobs. Explain your answer with relevant examples. It could be harmful to the environment just as international tourism - It depends on the type of tourism but for instance taking the example of Mecca and pilgrimages. Constant noise from traffic and tourists disturb localresidents, destroying their peace and quiet. Petty crime is sometimes associated with tourist areas.
Money that could be spent else where is invested in tourism. Overview of Ecotourism Ecological Tourism Before discussing the advantages and disadvantages of ecotourism, I believe it is best to come up with a clear concept and definition of what Ecotourism actually is also commonly referred to as Ecological Tourism. And another disadvantage is the impact on the environment. Inmarketing theory, what are the comparative advantages of VietnamTourism? Not only does heavy construction aid erosion especially in tropical climates but essentially, construction and development equals pollution. Employment This is perhaps the biggest benefits of tourism to any host community. The extra traffic caused by tourists may slow down the deliveryof materials, for example, limestone from quarries. Advantages: Creates jobs for locals.
One of the best ways to , so you can have all the memories, but leave only your footprints. Socially Responsible Travel A relatively new form of tourism focuses on social benefits to the host country. Ultimately, the more tourist dollars coming in, the larger the economic benefit for everyone. Two major problems arise from a sudden population increase: an over consumption of resources, and an over production of waste. Coupled with this, tourists may begin to see the advantages of setting up business in India cheap labour force, educated population. All these vehicles increase the emissions of pollutants into the atmosphere. This helps the local residents to maintain their traditions and culture, while also showcasing it for all the visitors.
Tourist generated pollution comes from things such as rental car exhaust and oil leaks, machinery used to build hotels, commercial airplanes, and airport construction just to name a few McLaren, 1998. The potential for scholatic growth, as more tourists come to the islands, the more money is tipped, giving families more money to invest in education. Second environmental problem Activities that involve the use of fossil fuels such as travelling by planes and tour buses, and electricity consumption by hotels, contribute to the carbon footprint. Careless tourists may trample on plants, while others may collect eggs and feathers of birds as souvenirs. For a more detailed overview and greater understanding of what ecotourism is really about then I highly recommend that you check out the fantastic speech from John Kasaona on 'How Poachers Became Caretakers'. The combination of these things can cause tension between the local residents and the tourist population. Many tourists disdain the idea of confining their experience to the tourist traps of a country and may be more inclined to travel to the more remote grassroots of the country.
That brings me to a disadvantage for tourist, that in some of the really touristic places, you get ripped off. Even a very conscientious traveler can bring infection and disease to a host destination. This is especially important for communities that rely on a single industry, or where there is a concentration of industry that is environmentally damaging such as mining or manufacturing. These resorts take away from smaller scale, locally owned establishments and do not contribute to the local communities in a positive manner. Therefore, the development of tourism is often astrategy to promote a particular region for the purpose ofincreasing commerce through exporting goods and services.
It will definitely create skilled and unskilled employment. It is not normal to the flora and fauna to have humans traipse through their home. Tourism is an excellent way to highlight the beauty of your place and gain people's interest in protecting it. Bridging the Gap between Rural and Suburban Municipalities: A grave problem facing India is the disparity between both rural and urban villages and cities. Development of land also causes land prices to rise so that local residents cannot afford to buy.
Generally, the tourist activity is carried out for leisure purposes, although there is also tourism for business reasons better known for business trips and other reasons. Whereas areas without tourism aren'tbound by such authorities. These tourists may also make too much noise which can disturb and frighten off animals. On average, the cost of one of these procedures in India may reach about one-fourth the cost in a developed European country. The crime problem is usually far outweighed … by the currency that is brought it from other areas which puts fresh money into the local economy.
Tourism can promote certain illicit industries, as either products for the tourists or because they rely on the ease of travel intended for tourists. Eco Tourism has to be careful not to destroy the very environment that it is attempting to promote and protect. This helps the local residents to maintain their traditions and culture, while also showcasing it for all the visitors. Improved Flight and Communication ServicesMost procedures performed abroad can be scheduled via the internet or by phone. Direct benefits include economic support for hotels, retail shops, transportation services, entertainment venues and attractions, while indirect benefits include government spending on related infrastructure, plus the domestic spending of Indians employed in the tourism sector. Some countries have prices for tourists and some for local use.