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Generally, tourism is lucrative to all industrialists,
tourists and the community as a whole. However, proper management is necessary
if tourism is to promote.
services should be given to tourists so that they will want to return, and new
tourists will be attracted. They should be provided with accommodation,
sightseeing, parking and the attractions of countryside. They should get
information for them to enjoy their visit and must get value for money with
countries, some parts are overcrowded. However, the attractions of other places
should be promoted to ensure what the economic benefits are more evenly
distributed. Not only this, ways should be found to extend the tourist season
into the leaner winter months.
respective countries should attract tourists by treating them hospitably. The
British Tourist Authority and the four national boards were set up in 1964 for
The English, Wales,
Scottish and Northern Ireland Tourists Boards direct their marketing at both
home and overseas and try to attract tourists to lesser visited areas. Their
marketing departments organize advertising campaigns; establish marketing
schemes with local authorities or commercial companies. These boards’
development departments extend and improve facilities by means of advice or
grants. Such facilities can range from hotels to caravan parks and from fishing
amenities to art galleries. These boards promote and develop tourism at the
regional level by providing a wide range of brochures and guides and
encouraging investment in tourism. Research and planning is also the
responsibility of these boards.
Just as the British
Tourist Authority and national boards in the United Kingdom, separate
organizations with proper authorities should be established in concerned
countries to promote tourism.