The Development of Tourism in the 20th century. Within the last century, tourism industry has undergone consistent changes which have influenced not only destinations and the impact of tourism on economy of countries, but also on the tourism industry proper and the way people get used to travel in the modern world. At the same time, the changes that occurred to tourism industry were, to a.
Tourism is an important socio-economic activity. It provides enormous scope for economic development of a particular area. According to Ziffer (1989), “Tourism involves travelling to relatively undisturbed or uncontaminated natural areas with the specific object of studying, admiring and enjoying the scenery and its wild plants and animals, as well as any existing cultural aspects (both past.
Adventure Tourism India's most happening destination, Kerala offers its visitors opportunities and experiences to unleash their adventure spirit. Apart from its picture-postcard beauty, Kerala is also an ideal destination for adventure sports. This beautiful land has in store an array of adventure packed destinations; be it the high altitude.
This beautiful strip of land which is located on the Malabar Cost of South-western India boasts of its eco tourism and medical tourism initiatives while considering tourism as one of the stronger base for the state’s economy. Until 1980’s Kerala remained unexplored, even to the rest of the country. However, aggressive marketing campaigns adopted by the Kerala Tourism Development.
Development of Indian tourism starts into the 19th century when Sir John Sargent committee was set up in 1945 for promotion and development of tourism in India. After that, the Indian government took many various incentives for the development of Indian tourism through tourism policies, economic reforms.
Today Kerala Tourism is a brand and trend in India. The unique culture and traditions coupled with its varied demography has made Kerala one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. Kerala is unique with its geography and various tourist seasons make Kerala as the No.1 tourist place in India. Kerala is rich in its culture and tradition and showing passionate love towards the.
Kerala is a state in the Republic of India.It is in the south-west of the country. The west coast of the state is on the Arabian Sea. Tamil Nadu and Karnataka are to the east. The capital city of the state is Thiruvananthapuram, even though the city of Kochi is more densely populated.The area of Kerala is 15,005 mi 2 (38,863 km 2), which is bigger than Bhutan but smaller than Switzerland.
Sustaining Responsible Tourism: The case of Kerala, India. Jithendran Kokkranikal, University of Greenwich, UK Angelique Chettiparamb, University of Reading, UK Introduction Responsible tourism is a concept that overlaps significantly with concepts of sustainable tourism, ethical tourism, pro-poor tourism and integrated tourism. Sustainable tourism is defined by Middleton, (1998, ix, cited in.