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  • Religious activity through churches fesdtivals, rituals and religious holidays For the masses the only form possible of long-distance travelling was through pilgrimages.1800’s: Recreation was becoming an important way of life as employment now had wages.
  • Religious activity through churches fesdtivals, rituals and religious holidays For the masses the only form possible of long-distance travelling was through pilgrimages.1800’s: Recreation was becoming an important way of life as employment now had wages.
  • Religious activity through churches fesdtivals, rituals and religious holidays For the masses the only form possible of long-distance travelling was through pilgrimages.1800’s: Recreation was becoming an important way of life as employment now had wages.
  • 20th century: tourism was more of a fashion industry tied with high social status and image.
  • week 1 Tour 104

    1. 1. Tourism Planning and Development First Semester AY 2012-2013
    2. 2. The ProfessorProf. Tito Antonio A. Ofilada, Jr. Education:  MBA (Ongoing)  Ateneo de Manila University Graduate School of Business  BS Tourism (2006)  University of the Philippines- Diliman
    3. 3. The ProfessorProf. Tito Antonio A. Ofilada, Jr. Work Experience:  Delta Airlines 2008-2010  Passenger Sales Agent  Customer Service Intern (Summer 2005)  Philippine Airlines
    4. 4. Class Rules Maximum of 3 cuts or absences per subject. Should you incur absences more than the allowed maximum number, you will be automatically dropped from the subject and will be given an “FA” or Failure due to Absences in your scholastic report.• Wear the prescribed college uniform when inside the classroom and school premises Electronic gadgets such as but not limited to mobile phones, laptops and i-pads are not allowed inside the classroom and will be confiscated by the instructor if seen being used by students while class is ongoing. Confiscated gadgets may be claimed at the Guidance & Student Affairs Office upon submission of Letter of Explanation from the student’s parent or guardian.
    5. 5. Class Rules Charging of electronic gadgets is strictly prohibited inside the classroom. Focus on the lectures for the day and participate during in-class discussions. Do not hesitate to ask your professor for clarifications on topics, which you may find challenging. Students are strictly prohibited from lingering inside unused classrooms especially when there are no scheduled classes. However, students may stay in the library and other designated waiting areas inside the campus while waiting for their next class and/or fetchers
    6. 6. Course Description This course aims to equip students with knowledge in tourism planning and Development preparing students who would like to pursue a career in tourism organizations/ councils in both private and public sectors. Aside from this, this course aims to inculcate in students necessary skills in order to conceptualize and develop a tourist attraction using standards that promotes sustainability and preservation of the environment and natural resources.
    7. 7. Grading System Attendance 15% Orals 15% Prelim Grade 30% Quizzes 10% Midterm Grade 30% Class Standing 40% Pre- Final Grade 40% Exam 60% 100% 100%
    8. 8. Course ObjectivesBy the end of the course, students should be able to:COGNITIVE1. Be familiar with the concepts, terms and definitions used in planning for sustainable tourism;2. Appreciate the need for a planned approach to achieving and maintaining sustainable tourism development;3. Understand the principles and practices of sustainable tourism planning and planning processes;4. Appreciate the comprehensive and integrated nature of the planning process for sustainable tourismAFFECTIVE1. Realize that Tourism does not only bring about positive effects and that it has negative effects as well.2. To be aware of established sustainability and preservation standards during the conceptualization of proposed development.PSYCHO-MOTOR1. To construct, develop and propose a re-development plan for an existing tourist destination in the Philippines and to be able to present, justify and defend this proposal to a panel of industry practitioners.
    9. 9. Let’s Begin…
    10. 10. Tourism: the Basics
    11. 11. What is Tourism? Defined as: “Activities of persons travelling to and staying in places outside their usual environment for not more than one consecutive year for leisure, business and other purposes.” (WTO, 1993)
    12. 12. What is Tourism? Persons travel to a place outside their regular environment. People stay there for not more than one consecutive year For purpose of leisure, business and others.
    13. 13. Forms of Tourism Domestic Tourism Inbound Tourism Outbound
    14. 14. Visitors A person who engages in Tourism. The basic unit of measurement for the whole tourism statistics (WTO) Not the same as a Traveler.
    15. 15. VisitorsTypes of visitors: Overnight Visitor Same-day Visitor
    16. 16. VisitorsVisitors can be further classified as: International Domestic
    17. 17. International Visitors “People who travel to a country outside their usual residence and their usual environment for not more than 12 months and the exercise which is compensated from within the country visited.” (Cruz, 2000)
    18. 18. Domestic Visitors “People residing in a country who Travel to a place within that country outside their usual environment for not exceeding a period of 12 months and the main purpose of visit is other than the exercise of an activity remunerated from within that place.”(Cruz, 2000)
    19. 19. Classification of TouristsLength of Stay Purpose Distance Travelled • Leisure, Recreation •Visiting friends and family• Same day visitors • Business and professional • Length of travel •Overnight visitors •Health •Religion/Pilgrimage Accommodation Transportation Type • Collective Tourism Accommodation Air, Land and Water •Private Tourism Accommodations
    20. 20. The Tourism Industry Composed of private, public and voluntary sectors working together Provides services for the travelling public
    21. 21. Travel Industry Sector within tourism that specializes in servicing people’s vacation and business needs.
    22. 22. The 4A’s of Tourism The “supply-side” components of a destination. These are:  Attractions  Accessibility  Accommodation  Amenities
    23. 23. Properties of Tourism It is a composite product. Tourism is an intangible product. Each destination provides a unique experience. Tourism products are perishable. Tourism interacts with external forces.
    24. 24. The Growth of Tourism Tourism developed as a result of the urbanization in Western Europe. Originally, travel stemmed from mostly religious activity. Traveling was once confined only to the elite, the ruling classes. 1750: Expansion people left their birth place and transferred to rapidly growing settlements.
    25. 25. The Growth of Tourism 1800’s employment was mainly in factories, people had wages. Recreation was becoming an important part of life. The industrial Revolution: Travel Became more accessible to a significantly higher number of the population.
    26. 26. The Growth of Tourism Reasons that lead to this growth: (Mason, 1990)  Rise in industrial output associated with the Industrial Revolution that lead to an increase in the standard of living  Improvements in transport technology  Introduction of annual holidays toward the end of the 19th century  Changing perceptions of the environment- what was dangerous was now attractive  Increase in the desire to travel attributed to the improvements in education.
    27. 27. The Growth of Tourism After the industrial revolution came the world wars which increased desires to travel overseas. The wars also brought about social and economic changes that lead to the steady increase in income. The 1950’s and 1960’s lead to an increase in car ownership and the improvement of motorways and rail transit.
    28. 28. The Growth of Tourism  Last quarter of the 20th century: demand and supply for tourism was based on peoples perception, expectations attitudes and values.  Tourism was becoming a fashion industry tied with high social status and image.  And the rest as they say is history…

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