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LEVELS OF TOURISM PLANNING & TYPES OF TOURISM PLANNNG
Transcript of LEVELS OF TOURISM PLANNING & TYPES OF TOURISM PLANNNG
By: Dyril Mae Joshel C. Miranda
This level of tourism planning involves international transportation services, the movement and scheduling of the tours of tourists among different countries, the development of major tourist attractions and facilities in neighboring countries as well as the working strategies and promotional programs of many countries.
- there is a need for subregional planning in some countries or regions. This level of planning is more specific than the regional level. However, it is not as detailed as the resort land use planning. The elements of the Subregional plans are the following:
1. Tourism policy.
2. Infrastructure facilities.
3. A physical structure plan which includes important tourist attractions, selected tourism development regions, international entry points, facilities, and services.
4. The amount, kinds, and quality of accommodation and other required tourist facilities and services.
5. The important tour routes in the country and their regional connections.
6. Tourism organizational entitles, laws, and investment policies.
7. Tourism marketing strategies and promotion.
8. Education and training programs.
9. Design standards and facility development.
10. Environmental, economic, and socio-cultural analysis.
11. National level implementation methods including the short-term development plan and project scheduling.
- the national level of tourism planning is concerned with the following components:
- the regional level of tourism planning is for one region of a country, usually a state or province or an island. It is often devised within the framework of an existing national policy. Regional planning emphasizes the following elements:
1. Regional policy.
2. Regional entry points and transportation facilities and services.
3. Kinds of tourist attractions and their locations.
4. The amount, kinds, and location of tourist accommodation and other tourist facilities, and services.
5. Location of tourist development areas including resort areas.
6. Socio-cultural, environmental, economic, and impact analysis.
7. Education and training programs on the regional level.
8. Marketing techniques and promotion.
9. Organizational establishments, laws, regulations and investment policies.
10. Implementation methods which include project plans and regional zoning regulations.
Location of accommodation and other tourist facilities and services
Entry points to the sub region