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  • TRAVEL AND ADVENTURE TOURISM
  • PLEASE WAIT….
  • WE WILL DISCUSS…….
    • What is Tourism?
    • 2 types of models for business travel
    • and tourism
    • World Travel and Tourism in India
    • Adventure Tourism in India
    • Types of Adventures
    • The tourism market
    • New Products of Tourism industry
    • Service providers
  • Cont…
    • Facts and analysis
    • Contribution to the world economy
    • Futuristic Approach
  • WHAT IS TOURISM? Tourism comprises the activities of persons traveling to and staying in places outside their usual environment for not more than one consecutive year for the purpose of leisure, business and other purposes. What are different categories of Tourism? Leisure Cultural Natural Based Scientific/Educational Business Traveler Service
  • 2 TYPES OF BUSINESS MODELS FOR TRAVEL & TOURISM INDUSTRY
    • Pursuit of profit in distribution of products which comprise a trip (commission income)
    • Gaining profit by creating value in total with original ideas/Arrangement added to combination of tour products (value added income)
    2 TYPES OF BUSINESS MODELS FOR TRAVEL & TOURISM
  • WORLD TRAVEL AND TOURISM IN 2007
    • In 2007, the Travel & Tourism Industry around the
    • world is expected to:
    • Generate US$7 billion of economic activity, 13.2 trillion by 2017
    • 10.4% of the total global Gross Domestic Product
    • 231,222,000 jobs representing 8.3% of total employment
    WORLD TRAVEL & TOURISM IN INDIA
  • THE TOURISM MARKET
    • Sectors volatility- world event
    • Changing consumer expectations and travel
    • Technology implications
    • Public policy influence
    • Infrastructure dependency
    • Environmental implications
    • Changing distribution systems
    • Competitive landscape
  • TOURISM INDUSTRY-Service Providers
    • ORIGIN
    • Travel Agencies
    • Outbound Operators
    • Information Services
    • TRAVEL
    • Cruise Lines
    • Airlines
    • Rail
    • Bus
    • Boat
    • DESTINATION
    • Inbound Operators
    • Tour Buses
    • Hotels / Motels / Lodges
    • Tour Guides
    • Restaurants / Food Services
    • Nightlife / Entertainment
  • Branding Promotion Marketing Investment Air connectivity RESPECTIVE ROLES Government sector
    • Private sector
    • service delivery
    • to tourists
    • New product
    • Offering
    • Development of
    • resorts& amusement
    • parks
    • Physical
    • Infrastructure-
    • Road
    • Regulatory
    • Framework
    • incentives
    • security
    • TOURISM FACTS & ANALYSIS
    • Total Domestic Tourists In 2005 – 3471116.
    • Total Foreign Tourists In 2005 – 36842.
    • Tourists Mostly Visit Assam, Sikkim & Meghalaya.
    • Tourisms potentials has not resulted in adequate footfalls.
  • INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC GROWTH
    • Countries with the largest projected Travel & Tourism Demand in 2006: (US$ Million)
      • United States 1,652,646
      • Japan 522,894
      • German 412,607
      • China 353,672
      • France 336,535
      • United Kingdom 328,298
      • Spain 251,972
      • Italy 246,927
      • Canada 189,082
      • Mexico 140,450
  • ADVENTURE TOURISM IN INDIA
    • India Offers a wide range of adventure sports for tourists.
    • Trekking and Skiing in the Himalayas
    • White Water Rafting on the Ganges and Beas
    • Camel and Jeep safaris in the deserts of
    • Rajasthan
    • Paragliding in Himachal, Water sports in Goa
    • Scuba Diving in Lakshadweep and Andaman
    • The perennial challenge of the Himalayas for
    • mountaineers
    ADVENTURE TOURISM IN INDIA
  • NEW PRODUCTS FOR ADVENTURE BUNGY JUMPING
  • CANOPY WALKING
  • Types Of Adventures
  • TOURIST ARRIVALS
  • U TOURIST EARNINGS
  • CONTRIBUTION OF TRAVEL & TOURISM TO THE WORLD ECONOMY.
    • In 2004 Travel and Tourism directly accounted for 1.5 trillion USD in Gross Domestic Product and 74 million jobs.
    • Indirectly Travel and Tourism accounts for 4.22 trillion USD (10%) of the world’s GDP and 215 million jobs (8%) of the world’s employment.
  • FUTURISTIC APPROACH 1 2 3 4
  • STEPS THAT WILL DRIVE BETTER PERFORMANCE …
    • Governments continuation of liberalization policies to attract FDI.
    • Making TOURISM a priority sector.
    • Improve inter-state and inter-country communication.
    • Major investment in general and tourism infrastructure.
    • Reduction in government barriers to start and operate business.
  • FACTORS TO DRIVE FUTURE GROWTH AND PERFORMANCE
    • IMPEDIMENTS TO TOURISM
    • DEVELOPMENT
    • Lack of basic Infrastructure such as connectivity, Transport facilities, Good Hotels & Tourist Resorts.
    • Inadequate community participation & private sector initiative & investments.
  • UPCOMING ANALYSIS
  • GOVERNMENT ROLE IN TOURISM INDUSTRY
    • Government stated priority for tourism industry
    • Roads
    • Airports
    • Convention centers
    • Reduction of expenditure tax on travel agencies
    • Government classifies hotel to be the
    • infrastructure
  • PROCESS OF TOURISM IN INDIA SUPPLIERS Consumer satisfaction
  • DISTRIBUTION OF VALUE
  • LESSONS FROM VALUE CHAIN
    • In long haul destinations, airport determines as much as 60% of total package cost.
    • Hotels account for as much as 25% of total package costs.
    • In emerging destination gaps:
    • Marketing
    • Tour Operators
    • Local Value added
    • Product Development
    • Competition Policy
  • TOURISM INDUSTRY’S LINK WITH HOTEL INDUSTRY
  • HOTELS DRIVING TOURISM GROWTH
    • ENVIRONMENT
    • Protect & enhance biodiversity
    • Zero waste
    • Pollution reduction
    • Responsible sourcing of materials
    • PEOPLE
    • Cultural sensitivity
    • Health &safety
    • Accessibility
    • Visitors education
    • Relaxation &fun
    • COMMUNITY
    • Fair trade & equity
    • Protect culture heritage
    • INFRASTRUCTURE
    • Innovative designs
    • Adaptation to
    • climate Changes
    • Integrated
    • transportation
    • Economic
    • Value
    • Benefits to
    • Local economy
    • Responsible marketing
    • Long term vision &
    • commitment
    • Returns to
    • shareholders
    SUSTAINABLE TOURISM
  • WHAT IS ECOTOURISM? Responsible travel to natural areas that conserves the environment & improves the well being of local people.
  • THE TRANSFORMATION OF TOURISM
    • More reflexive tourists
    • New frontiers=> new market segments :
    • ecotourism, adventure tourism…
    • “ Places” as products: cities, theme
    • marks
    • Tourism as Consumerism
    • Americanization no longer =
    • modernization and shifting frontier
    • Epicenters of ‘post-nationalism’
    • Shopping Malls with planes
    • Themed Airports
    • Airport Cities
    • Growth Poles
    THE NEW CULTURE OF AIRPORTS Working at airport cafe Shopping at SCHIPOL Airport, Amsterdam Denver Airport: A locational theme
  • COLLAPSING GLOBAL TRAVEL SPACES
    • The end of territorial distance
    • Consumerism, rather than mobility
    • drives tourism
    • Travel spaces become places
    • Eg: Consuming places
  • SOTC AROUND THE WORLD
    • India's Leading Outbound Tour operator.
    • World Famous Tours is the flagship brand.
    • Escorted over 3,00,000 travelers across the globe,
    • for more than 50 years to various destinations.
    • We ensures -You and your family travels safe,
    • sure and secure with the finest Indian families.
    • Wide distribution network of 130 sales
    • outlets and 3500 travel agents across India
    Ask anyone who’s traveled with us and they will confirm that SOTC lives its promise of expect more. ABOUT SOTC …
  • On Your SOTC World Famous Tours Everything Is Organized: Exciting Sightseeing .                                                               Enjoy delicious Indian Meals a choice of vegetarian, non vegetarian & jain menus                                                               Travel with the Finest Indian families .                                                               Stay at the finest hotels all over the world .                                                               Our Professional & experienced Tour Managers to take care you on tour .                                                              
  • SOTC - Voted the Best Outbound Tour Operator in India by the Galileo Express Travel & Tourism Awards Committee. .                                                                                    “ Best Outbound Tour Operator” – 2004, 2005 & 2006 “ Best Inbound Tour Operator” - 2003, 2004, 2005 & 2006
  • Rs. 34,500 Rs. 47,000 Rs. 66,800 'Europe Cost Saver' By SOTC
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  • 5 days Scenic Swiss Coast Saver Tour Price For departure during Oct.2007 to Apr. 2008 & July 2008 to Sept. 2008 Boarding From Adult in Twin Room Child with Bed Child without Bed Mumbai / Delhi Rs. 29,900 + US $ 349 Rs. 20,900 + US $ 349 Rs. 20,900 + US $ 249 Chennai / Bangalore Rs. 37,400 + US $ 349 Rs. 26,400 + US $ 349 Rs. 26,400 + US $ 249
  • SOTC INDIA
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