Presentation on theme: "Tourism Growth of Tourism –In 1950 = 25 mil international travelers –In 1996 = 500 mil –Other than international travelers who else could be considered."— Presentation transcript:
Tourism Growth of Tourism –In 1950 = 25 mil international travelers –In 1996 = 500 mil –Other than international travelers who else could be considered a tourist ? Answer : Domestic traveler. Why has lead to using the term recovery and not growth ?
Europe & Asia Growth What factors have lead to a slow growth in Europe ?
Growth in Asia 1.What factors have allowed Asia to grow ? 2.Has this growth been sustained ? If not what has caused any changes to the growth ?
Africa : Regional Differences 1.List countries in Africa experiencing a growth in tourism. 2.What factors allow growth of tourism in Africa ? 3.Name 3 countries that had a sound tourism economy that has now collapsed. Identify the reasons for the collapse.
Advantages & Disadvantages of Tourism – Case Studies National Parks - UK –Why are these so popular ? Easy access from cities via modern roads UK pop. Mainly urbanised therefore want to enjoy outdoors. –What are the benefits of tourism in the national parks ? Urban people have access to countryside Areas are conserved for wildlife etc. Creates employment –What is meant by the term honeypot ? Areas of attractive scenery Historical sites
Problems & Solutions UK National Parks Using a table list the problems and related solutions in the UK National Parks. ProblemsSolutions Footpath erosionArtificial surfaces, route planning, signposted routes Destruction of vegetation Areas fenced off, education of visitors Litter, vandalismWardens, picnic areas Parking congestionCar parks, one way roads Heavy lorriesSeparate tourist from delivery routes Crowding of areasCreate other areas of interest Conflict of UsersRestrict tourists to certain areas, restrict different areas to specific activities MTB and horse riding separate Ugly buildingsHide behind trees etc
Other Case Studies Common Issues Using a table list any other problems that occur in other tourist destinations. Possible solutions must also be submitted. –References can be obtained from the textbook –Internet –Personal experiences