4 edition of Sustainable development of tourism in Kerala found in the catalog.
Sustainable development of tourism in Kerala
National Seminar on "Sustainable Development of Tourism in Kerala: Issues and Strategies" (2008 University of Kerala)
by International Centre for Kerala Studies, Distributors, Dept. of Publications, University of Kerala in Thiruvananthapuram
Contributed articles presented at the Seminar jointly organized by International Centre for Kerala Studies, University of Kerala and Kerala Institute of Tourism and Travel Studies.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Other titles||Tourism in Kerala|
|Statement||editors, B. Vijaykumar, N. Sam.|
|Series||Kerala studies -- 3|
|Contributions||Vijayakumar, B., Sāṃ, En., International Centre for Kerala Studies., Kerala Institute of Tourism and Travel Studies.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 180 p. :|
|Number of Pages||180|
|LC Control Number||2009346817|
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Agenda for Sustainable Development with its 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) sets the path that we all must embrace. With currently billion tourists crossing borders each year, tourism has a profound and wide-ranging impact on societies, the environment and the economy. Representing 10% of. Agrees New Delhi-based Suman Billa, joint secretary in the Union tourism ministry: “For Kerala, sustainable tourism is not an option. It should be the guiding principle.
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The development of this resort was, according to research carried out by Tourism Concern, in violation of Kerala's Coastal Regulation Zone (CRZ). So, all the more reason to stay with small, locally owned businesses when possible and show the government that many people are actually allergic to this rash of resorts.
Sustainable tourism strategy development in Kerala as a tool of growth The state of Kerala in Southern India has been portrayed as a possible ‘model of development’ thanks to its ability to improve the social and economic conditions of the poor through public action and popular mobilisations.
Sustainable tourism in Kerala is on the rise. Therefore, this South Indian state is assessed according to the sustainable tourism criteria of the Strasdas et al.
() framework. Sustainable development of tourism in Kerala book Kerala as a state does not qualify as a sustainable tourism destination, although individual success stories at the NGO and government level by: 5. In the book KERALAS Economic Development – Performance and Problems in the Post-Liberalization Period by B.
Prakash, there is an article on Tourism Development in Kerala by Nalini Netto which says that Kerala has emerged as an undisputed tourism hotspot of India with its catchy promotional logo “God’s Own Country”.
DEVELOPMENT OF TOURISM IN KERALA Tourism is regarded as one of the world’s largest industries and has the potential to assist significant number of people, especially the unskilled labour force.
It plays an important role in sustaining the national economy. In Kerala, tourism has a. Kerala Tourism Development Corporation (KTDC) The Kerala Tourism Development Corporation (KTDC) is a public sector undertaking that conducts and regulates the tourism activities in the state of Kerala.
The KTDC is headquartered at Thiruvananthapuram and has offices across all the districts of Kerala. Contents on this website is published, managed and maintained by Ministry of Tourism. For any query regarding this website, Please contact Web.
Tourism. International and regional tourism contributes to economic growth, job creation and development in nations all around the world. Tourism accounts for 10 per cent of global GDP, 7 per cent of total exports and one in 10 jobs across the world Aggressive marketing campaigns launched by the Kerala Tourism Development Corporation—the government agency that oversees tourism prospects of the state—laid the foundation for the growth of the tourism industry.
In the decades that followed, Kerala Tourism was able to transform itself into one of the niche holiday destinations in India. In a research article by Manoj P K () , 'Tourism in Kerala: A Study of the Imperatives and Impediments with Focus on Ecotourism', the tourism sector in Kerala state in India is analysed in Author: Manoj P K.
The “Kerala model of development” has won wide international attention for its achievements in regard to social development and, to a certain extent, environmental sustainability. Sustainable Hospitality and Tourism as Motors for Development is designed to give students, academics and practitioners a guide for best practices of sustainable hospitality operations in developing countries.
Based on case studies, it provides a road map of how to achieve the goals of sustainability giving benchmark examples. Sustainable Tourism Scenario Tourism is one economic sector in India that has the potential to grow at a high rate and ensure the development of infrastructure at the destinations.
It has the capacity to capitalize on the country’s success in the services sector and provide sustainable models of growth. Sustainable tourism development guidelines and management practices are applicable to all forms of tourism in all types of destinations, including mass tourism and the various niche tourism nability principles refer to the environmental, economic, and socio-cultural aspects of tourism development, and a suitable balance must be established between these three dimensions.
Ecotourism is gaining popularity all over the world today, especially with the emergence of the alert, independent traveller in search of experiential holidays. Renowned as God’s Own Country, Kerala is a tourism destination that focuses on sustainable and eco-friendly development of tourism.
The origin of Kerala Tourism can be traced back to the s, when the state set up a Hospitality Department. Tourism as a department came into being in the s. The enormous potential of tourism in Kerala was only examined in the 7th plan.
Over the last decade the growth of tourism in Kerala File Size: KB. Sustainable Tourism comprehensively examines the theoretical and applied dimensions of contemporary sustainable tourism from a global perspective. Using international case studies and examples, it provides cutting edge coverage of the latest developments in the area, both theoretically and practically.
It takes the reader through all aspects of sustainable tourism from the emergence of the Missing: Kerala. "Sustainable tourism" is often equated with nature or eco-tourism; but sustainable tourism development means more than protecting the natural environment - it means proper consideration of host peoples, communities, cultures, customs, lifestyles, and social and economic Size: 54KB.
In order to ensure the sustainable growth of tourism in the state, Kerala adopted a “high value, low volume” perspective (Banerjee, ); a tourism management strategy that aids in controlling the overall impacts of tourism while ensuring that the industry remains one of the top economic performers for the : Gaia Discovery.
Thiruvananthapuram: Kerala Tourism has been conferred the United Nations Award for creating innovative initiatives for sustainable tourism, the .Sustainable development through ecotourism is a concerning issue in the world today.
Many countries have ensured their regional development by this concept. In this concept, sustainable development may be occurred by the ecotourism and regional development (Figure 3) simultaneously in an by: