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ID number:271706
Published: 09.06.2009.
Language: English
Level: College/University
Literature: 18 units
References: Not used

Tourism is one of the world’s most significant industries which has faced rapid growth in last past decades, it is often seen as a main wealth engine for many communities around the world. Tourism growth has contributed money flows in many areas worldwide by attracting enormous numbers of visitors. This causes new employment opportunities and promotes places itself, which leads to infrastructure and regeneration of these places. As a result of tourism development there are constantly new challenges and problems which are affecting directly and indirectly people, including all host communities in the tourism industry. For instance, tourism can create negative impacts on environment such as woodland loss, regeneration which can affect the local culture by destroying their natural environment. As Choi (2005) stated: “tourism contains the seeds of own destruction: tourism can kill tourism, destroying the very environmental attractions which visitors come to location experience” (p. 383). Unfortunately, it lead to the assumption that the end of the environment is the end of tourism. Among the challenges that are faced by communities, it is crucial to understand importance of community based tourism and community engagement in tourism development. Therefore, the aim of this essay is to investigate the importance and challenges related to local participation in tourism development. The goal of this essay will be achieved through analysing the importance of tourism policy and planning, considering importance and challenges of sustainability in tourism development in third world communities. Finally, by examining the role of a community engagement in order to achieve sustainable development in tourism. …

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