This, he says, is reflective of the extraordinary impact that Chinese tour groups have on Taiwan's tourism industry.
June 10, by Matthew Johnson For those of you that have ever gone on vacation, you know how special an experience it can be. If you did, then you might feel a bit guilty for renting, then erratically driving, those scooters you find in beach towns, or taking that slow guided tour through the busy streets of downtown.
Some of the following negative issues associated with the otherwise-enriching experience of tourism and traveling may seem obvious, and others you probably never would have thought of. Either way, try to be aware of them next time you plan a trip somewhere, and try your best to be a conscientious traveler.
Traffic jams and crowded streets full of ambling tourists can bring local life to a grinding halt. Loss of Privacy There are countless local communities the world over that have felt a loss of not only privacy, but the feeling that their town is no longer theirs. This may be especially true if a community is not yet a destination, but has some type of event or landmark it can use to bring in revenue.
They may decide to focus attention and resources on this potential cash flow rather than the local population and its issues.
Local Job Market Affected In tourist destinations that tend to rely on the weather for their tourist dollars, like places in the Caribbean, or towns with good skiing, a majority of their workforce is tourism-reliant.
What this means for them is that many, if not most of these jobs are seasonal, and virtually non-existent in the off-season, and when they are working, these positions tend to be low paying. Resources and Land Affected This issue is related more to destinations that cater to nature-lovers, and whose tourist appeal lies in their physical beauty.
These communities tend to be on the smaller side, and feel the magnified effects of the tourism industry more so than other places might. Here, natural resources such as water, energy, food, and even habitat areas, which were possibly already in precarious positions, feel much more strain when a large population is using them, in addition to the locals.
Also, the physical land may be at risk of negative affects. Soil erosion, pollution, discharge into water, deforestation, and issues with local species of animals and plants may come about due to the increased activity.
All we wanted to do was inform you of some of the potential downfalls of the normally glamorous tourism industry.Two Sides of Tourism Industry. Tourism and the Hospitality Industry are the most promising and fast flourishing industries of the future world.
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June 10, by Matthew Johnson. These communities tend to be on the smaller side, and feel the magnified effects of the tourism industry more so than other places might. Here, natural resources such as water, energy, food, and even habitat areas, which were possibly already in Author: Matthew Johnson.