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Adventure and Outdoor Recreation TRM101

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Adventure and Outdoor Recreation TRM101

  1. 1. Centro Escolar University School of Nutrition and Hospitality Management Legaspi Village, Makati City Adventure and Outdoor Recreation Prepared By: INST. JAME MONREN T. MERCADO
  2. 2. Objectives • To examine the importance of recreation to the tourism industry • To enumerate the different recreational sites in the country • To learn the different trends in the recreation sector
  3. 3. Outline I. Recreational and Leisure Structure II. Factors Promoting the Growth of Recreation III. Types of Organized Recreation IV. Two Major Recreation Service Components and their influence in the Philippines V. Challenges Facing the Recreation and Leisure Service Filed in the Twenty-First Century
  4. 4. I. Recreational and Leisure Structure Adventure and Outdoor Recreation • Extreme Sports (motocross, BMX, surfing) • Rafting, Climbing and Outdoor Survival • Bird watching and Scuba diving • Metal Detecting and Treasure hunting • “Amazing Race”
  5. 5. Recreation – the process of giving new life to something, of restoring something. Leisure – defined as the productive, creative or contemplative use of free time. I. Recreational and Leisure Structure
  6. 6. I. Recreational and Leisure Structure FORMS OF RECREATION Active Recreation Passive Recreation Sports Reading Hiking Fishing Jogging Playing Music Aerobics Listening Music Rock Climbing Gardening Water-based Activities Playing Computer Games Theme Parks Watching Television or Movie
  7. 7. Recreation – for some, it means the network of public agencies that provide parks, playgrounds, swimming pools, sports fields and community centers in several cities, towns, countries or park districts. Recreation may be found in a senior center, a sheltered workshop for mentally retarded individuals or a treatment center for physical rehabilitation Environmental Impact of Tourism I. Recreational and Leisure Structure
  8. 8. Recreation Participation The most common motion of recreation is that it is primarily a participation in sports and games. Recreation actually includes an extremely broad range of leisure activities including travel and tourism, cultural entertainment, participation in the arts, hobbies, membership in social clubs or interest groups, nature-related activities such as hunting and fishing, attendance at parties, special events and fitness activities. I. Recreational and Leisure Structure
  9. 9. I. Recreational and Leisure Structure Motivation for Recreational Participation It is a form of relaxation and release from the pressure of work and other tension. Expression of creativity Expose hidden talents Pursue excellence in various forms of personal expression Channel for releasing hostility and aggression or for struggling against the environment in adventurous, high risk pursuits To make new friends or cooperate with others in group activities Exploring new environments through travel and tourism Seeking self-discovery Personality enrichment through continuing education or religious activity.
  10. 10. Increase in Discretionary Time – Having a free time because of the developments occurred on different sectors and aspects of the society. Influence of Technology – Outdoor Recreation uses complex and expensive devices in activities such as skydiving, hang gliding, scuba diving , boating, roller blading, skiing and snow boarding. Home-based recreation has become dependent on varied forms of electronic entertainment. Public Interest in Health and Fitness – A key trend in this century is the growth of public interest in exercise and physical fitness programs II. Factors Promoting the Growth of Recreation
  11. 11. II. Factors Promoting the Growth of Recreation Commodification of Leisure – Various forms of recreation are being developed by profit-seeking businesses. Giant corporations have taken control of music, televisions, movie businesses, sports stadiums, cruise ships, theme parks and other leisure operations. Therapeutic Recreation Service – An important aspect of the growth of recreation has been the increased awareness of the recreation needs of persons with physical, mental or social disabilities. One of the sports programs for people with disabilities that has received much attention in recent years is the Special Olympics, an international program of physical fitness, sports training and athletic competition for children and adults with mental retardation. New Leisure Roles for Women – There is a strong drive by woman to play a more equal role in recreational opportunities. Women were treated as second-class citizens in leisure opportunities.
  12. 12. Government Recreation Agencies – These are the federal, state, provincial agencies and local departments that provide recreation and leisure services as a primary function. Voluntary Nonprofit Organizations – These are non-government, non-profit agencies, both sectarian and non-sectarian which serve the public at large with multiservice programs that often include a substantial element of recreational opportunity (BSP, GSP, YMCA, YWCA) Private Membership Organizations – They provide recreational and social activities for their own members and in some cases assist community recreation needs. (golf, tennis, yacht, athletic and country clubs) Commercial Recreation Enterprise – These are privately owned businesses which operate to make a profit such as ski centers, bowling alleys, nightclubs, movie houses, theaters, health spas or fitness centers, dancing schools and theme parks. III. Types of Organized Recreation
  13. 13. III. Types of Organized Recreation Employee Recreation Programs – They serve those who work for companies or employers by providing recreation as a part of a total personnel benefits package, linked to other services concerned with employee health and fitness. Armed Forces Recreation – Each of the major branches of the armed forces operate an extensive network of recreation facilities and programs. Campus Recreation – includes intramural athletics or sports clubs, social activities, travel programs, performing arts groups, entertainment, lounges, film series and other forms of recreation on college and university campuses. Therapeutic Recreation Services – include any type of program designed to meet the needs of persons with physical or mental disabilities, individuals with poor health, dependent aging persons, social deviant persons in correctional facilities and similar special groups.
  14. 14. IV. Two Major Recreation Service Components and their influence in the Philippines Sports as Popular Recreation Sports is the first major area of recreational involvement. Sports command the highest degree of personal interest and emotional involvement both for those who participate actively in them and those who are part of a big number of fans of school, college and professional teams. Sports are generally defined as physical activities demanding exertion and skills, involving competition, carried on with both formal rules and general standards of etiquette and fair play..
  15. 15. POPULAR SPORTS IN THE PHILIPPINES
  16. 16. IV. Two Major Recreation Service Components and their influence in the Philippines Tourism – A Major Recreation Service Component •Theme Parks – usually concentrate on one dominant theme which may be historical, cultural or geographical. Theme parks create an atmosphere in which the visitor is likely to experience fantasy, glamour, escapism, prestige and excitement. •Water Parks – it feature wave pools, slides, chutes, shows and other forms of water-based play and entertainment.
  17. 17. http://www.enchantedkingdom.ph/home_night.html
  18. 18. Zoobic Safari is one tourist attraction you will find at Subic Bay Freeport’s Forest Adventure. Embracing a twenty five-hectare land, local and foreign guests can expect an astonishing sight of diverse exotic animals roaming and frolicking in their simulated natural habitat. It features a wide range of habitats present in the forest due to the terrain, presence of streams, and fringing grasslands. These represent the major habitats for varied exotic animals featured in Zoobic Safari Adventure Park.
  19. 19. http://www.zoobic.com.ph/
  20. 20. Manila Ocean Park is the country's first world-class marine theme park and a premiere educational facility. An integrated urban resort with marine life attractions and aqua-themed hotel, the park is geared towards an all-year, all-weather destination for locals and tourists. Everyday is a holiday and an ultimate fun place for all ages.
  21. 21. https://www.manilaoceanpark.com/main
  22. 22. For 12 years Subic Bay Marine Exploratorium, a Philippine Corporation, has owned and operated Ocean Adventure as well as Camayan Beach Resort, located right next door. Ocean Adventure has earned the reputation as a premiere attraction in Southeast Asia. We pride ourselves on being leaders in animal care and welfare, true environmentalists and conservationists, and in providing wholesome family entertainment that is both enjoyable and educational.
  23. 23. http://oceanadventure.com.ph/
  24. 24. IV. Two Major Recreation Service Components and their influence in the Philippines Tourism – A Major Recreation Service Component •Fun Center – children’s play, gymnastics to family party centers, video game arcades and big restaurants with game area. •Sports Tourism – to participate directly in a form of sport or attend sports events as a spectator.
  25. 25. INTERNATIONAL AND NATIONAL-BASED SPORTING EVENTS
  26. 26. The modern Olympic Games are the leading international sporting event featuring summer and winter sports competitions in which thousands of athletes participate in a variety of competitions. The Olympic Games are considered to be the world's foremost sports competition with more than 200 nations participating. The Olympic Games are held every four years, with the Summer and Winter Games alternating, meaning they each occur every four years but two years apart.
  27. 27. The evolution of the Olympic Movement during the 20th and 21st centuries has resulted in several changes to the Olympic Games. Some of these adjustments include the creation of the Winter Games for ice and winter sports, the Paralympic Games for athletes with a disability and the Youth Olympic Games for teenage athletes.
  28. 28. http://www.olympic.org/
  29. 29. http://www.paralympic.org/Home
  30. 30. As the biggest multi-sport games after the Olympic Games, the Asian Games is the most prestigious event organized by the Olympic Council of Asia. Similar to the Olympic Games, the Asian Games are held every four years, with the 17th edition. The Asian Games follow the sports programme of the Olympic Games, with swimming and athletics as the core sports, as well as featuring disciplines which reflect the diverse sporting culture of the continent such as sepak takraw (South East Asia), kabaddi (South Asia) and wushu (East Asia). The inaugural Asian Games took place in New Delhi, India, in 1951 with 11 countries competing in six sports. The 16th Asian Games in Guangzhou, China, in 2010 featured 45 countries and regions competing in 42 sports, highlighting the growth of the Olympic Movement in Asia.
  31. 31. http://www.ocasia.org/Index.aspx
  32. 32. The Southeast Asian Games (also known as the SEA Games), is a biennial multi-sport event involving participants from the current 11 countries of Southeast Asia. The games is under regulation of the Southeast Asian Games Federation with supervision by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and the Olympic Council of Asia.
  33. 33. The ASEAN Schools Games (ASG) is an annual sporting event that aims to enhance friendship among students around the region. It also seeks to promote ASEAN solidarity among the youth through school sports and provide opportunities for school athletes to engage in cultural exchange.
  34. 34. The Palarong Pambansa Program is an annual multi-level national scholastic athletic competition conducted by the Department of Education and participated in by the elementary and secondary pupils / students both from public and private schools. It starts with the school intramural followed by the district, division, regional athletic meets and culminates in the national game known as PALARONG PAMBANSA.
  35. 35. INTERNATIONAL AND NATIONAL-BASED SPORTS ORGANIZATIONS
  36. 36. The International Olympic Committee is the supreme authority of the Olympic Movement. Acting as a catalyst for collaboration between all parties of the Olympic family, from the National Olympic Committees (NOCs), the International Sports Federations (IFs), the athletes, the Organising Committees for the Olympic Games (OCOGs), to the TOP partners, broadcast partners and United Nations agencies, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) shepherds success through a wide range of programmes and projects. On this basis it ensures the regular celebration of the Olympic Games, supports all affiliated member organisations of the Olympic Movement and strongly encourages, by appropriate means, the promotion of the Olympic values.
  37. 37. The International Sports Federations are international non-governmental organisations recognised by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) as administering one or more sports at world level. The national federations administering those sports are affiliated to them. While conserving their independence and autonomy in the administration of their sports, International Sports Federations seeking IOC recognition must ensure that their statutes, practice and activities conform with the Olympic Charter.
  38. 38. The Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) is the apex sporting body which controls all the sports in Asia. It is one of the five continental associations recognized by the IOC. The OCA was formed in 1982 and has its permanent headquarters in Kuwait. The main objective of the OCA is to develop sport, culture and education of Asian youth as well as to promote international respect, friendship, goodwill & peace through sports.
  39. 39. The PHILIPPINE OLYMPIC COMMITTEE (POC) is a private, non-governmental organization composed of and serves as the mother organization of all National Sports Associations in the Philippines. It is recognized by the International Olympic Committee as having the sole authority for representation of the Philippines in the Olympic Games, the Asian Games, the Southeast Asian Games and other multi-event competitions.
  40. 40. http://www.olympic.ph/
  41. 41. The Philippine Sports Commission (PSC) was created through Republic Act No. 6847 in 1990 to serve as the "sole policy-making and coordinating body of all amateur sports development programs and institutions in the Philippines". Its primary function is "to provide the leadership, formulate the policies and set the priorities and directions of all national sports promotion and development, particularly giving emphasis on grassroots participation".
  42. 42. http://www.web.psc.gov.ph/
  43. 43. The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) is an athletics association originally of eight colleges and universities in the Philippines. Established in 1924, the NCAA is the oldest athletic association in the country. The Philippine NCAA is not connected to the NCAA of the United States. The number and composition of NCAA members has changed over the years. This 89th season, NCAA is composed of 10 member schools. Two (2) of them are in probationary status (Lyceum of the Philippines University and Emilio Aguinaldo College)
  44. 44. http://season89.ncaa.org.ph/
  45. 45. The University Athletics Association of the Philippines (UAAP) is a sports association home to eight universities in the Philippines: Adamson University, Ateneo de Manila University, De La Salle University, Far Eastern University, National University, University of the East, University of the Philippines, and the University of Santo Tomas. Established in 1938, it is one of the oldest athletic conferences in the country and has emerged to be the most popular inter-university sports association today. The eight member universities compete in three divisions (Seniors’, Juniors’, and Women’s) in fourteen sports.
  46. 46. http://uaapsports.studio23.tv/
  47. 47. The National Athletic Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities (NAASCU) is an athletic association of colleges and universities in the Philippines. It was established in 2001.
  48. 48. http://www.naascu.org/
  49. 49. The Women's National Collegiate Athletic Association (WNCAA) is an athletic association in the Philippines exclusively for women. It was founded in 1970. Competition is divided into three divisions: Seniors for college students, Juniors for high school students, and Midgets for grade school and first year high school students. Its men's counterpart is the Men's National Collegiate Athletic Association, founded in 2004.
  50. 50. https://www.facebook.com/wncaa
  51. 51. The Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) is a men's professional basketball league in the Philippines composed of ten company-branded franchised teams. It was the first professional basketball league in Asia and is the second oldest in the world after the NBA. The league's regulations are a hybrid of rules from FIBA and the NBA. The league played its first game at the Araneta Coliseum in Quezon City on April 9, 1975. Its individual team offices are directed out of PBA head offices located in Eastwood City in Quezon City. The league is currently headed by Commissioner Chito Salud.
  52. 52. http://pba.inquirer.net/
  53. 53. POPULAR ADVENTURE AND OUTDOOR RECREATION IN THE PHILIPPINES
  54. 54. Trekking is a long, adventurous journey undertaken on foot in areas where common means of transport are generally not available. Scaling Zip-line consists of a pulley suspended on a cable, usually made of stainless steel, mounted on an incline. Camping is an outdoor recreational activity. The participants (known as campers) leave urban areas, their home region, or civilization and enjoy nature while spending one or several nights outdoors, usually at a campsite. Camping may involve the use of a tent, caravan, motor home, cabin, a primitive structure, or no shelter at all. Sailing is the propulsion of a vehicle and the control of its movement with large (usually fabric) foils called sails. Rafting or white water rafting is the challenging recreational outdoor activity of using an inflatable raft to navigate a river or other bodies of water. Kitesurfing or kiteboarding is a surface water sport combining aspects of wakeboarding, windsurfing, surfing, paragliding, and gymnastics into one extreme sport. Mountaineering or mountain climbing is the sport, hobby or profession of hiking, skiing, and climbing mountains. Cycling, also called bicycling or biking, is the use of bicycles for transport, recreation, or for sport. Persons engaged in cycling are referred to as cyclists or, less commonly, as bicyclists.
  55. 55. Surfing is a surface water sport in which the wave rider, referred to as a surfer, rides on the forward face of a moving wave which is usually carrying the surfer towards the shore. Snorkeling is the practice of swimming on or through a body of water while equipped with a diving mask, a shaped tube called a snorkel, and usually fins. Scuba diving is a form of underwater diving in which a diver uses a self contained underwater breathing apparatus to breathe underwater.
  56. 56. 1. Serve diverse society (age, age, gender) 2. Emphasize key social purpose of recreation in working with at-risk youth, serving persons with disabilities and promoting V. Challenges Facing the Recreation and Leisure Service Filed in the Twenty-First Century community development. 3. Achieve fuller public understanding of the value of recreation and parks and of the leisure-service profession. 4. Upgrade recreation and park programs and facilities, particularly in inner cities and for minority populations. 5. Adopt a benefits-based management approach, researching, proving and publicizing positive outcomes of recreation.
  57. 57. V. Challenges Facing the Recreation and Leisure Service Filed in the Twenty-First Century 6. Promote recreation’s identity as health-related field. 7. Develop partnerships with environmental organizations to protect and restore wildlands, waterways. 8. Employ marketing approach to achieve fiscal sufficiency and gain public respect and support. 9. Expand and improve family-centered programs and facilities 10. Promote higher values and ethical practices in youth sports competition
  58. 58. V. Challenges Facing the Recreation and Leisure Service Filed in the Twenty-First Century 11. Strive for fuller mainstreaming of persons with disabilities in community recreation programs. 12. Plan for long-term role of recreation and leisure in potentially job-scarce economy. 13. Develop higher levels of professionalism through accreditation, certification, continuing education or program standards 14. Unify separate branches of recreation and leisure service fields (public, nonprofit, commercial, therapeutic) in common programs and projects
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