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Terms in this set (17)
A small number of tourists explore a new location. Travel for personal reasons. There is little to no environmental/social/economic impact.
Acceptance of tourists by locals. The destination becomes more popular. Travel and accomodation facilities are improved. Locals become more involved in the tourism industry.
The desitination is popular for tourist. Increased investment from other countries, organisations, companies. There is less local involvement
Great impact on economy/the environment. Agricultural lands are replaced with buildings, resorts, facilities. Resentment from locals sets in.
Increased local opposition to tourism. Growing awareness of social, economic, environmental problems as a result of tourism. Stops any further growth. Decrease in visitors.
Area further decreases in popularity, local facilities/operators are underfunded. Decline in the attractiveness of the area.
A secondary growth spurt may occur as a result of many factors such as marketing, investment. New facilities attract new toruists with different demographic profiles.
A form of tourism that supports the conservation certain areas which benefits local communities by sustaining the well-being of the locals. Tourists gain respect for the preservation of wildlife and exploring cultures.
Tourism which involves the exploration of an area's history, visitig historical sites, gainaing knowledge. E.g= visiting a monument, castle.
Exploring cultural aspects of an area. Art, architecture.
Exploration of food, cuisines all around the world.
Includes travel, physical actvity usually in nature. E.g= hiking, rafting
Travel to places associated with death, tragedy, suffering. E.g= memorials, graves.
Travel involving residents of one country travelling only within that country.
When a large number of tourists visit the same destination.
Opposite of mass tourism, travel to an authentic place with a small number of tourists. This encourages interactions with locals.
1. Reason for the increase in tourism since 1950.