Posted in Integrated Master Planning, LORTON SCRIBBLINGS, Tourism Planning
The set of principles presented here are to be considered bearing in mind that the integration of planning at all levels and across all levels is essential. Such a principle needs constant repetition and should be incorporated into all negotiations on tourism planning and development.
The principles considered are not of equal weight and significance. However, they represent the types of...
Posted in Integrated Master Planning, LORTON SCRIBBLINGS, Responsible Tourism, Tourism and communities
Rapid, continuous tourism growth and the search for new destinations mean that more and more communities in the developing world are affected – positively and negatively – by the growth of tourism. This provides opportunities for economic development and job creation which benefits the poor, but there are also negative impacts, which need to be minimised.
It is frequently the natural and...