Until the early 19th century, the Grand Tour, staying in spas and visiting coastal resorts were, in an embryonic stage, the first manifestations of tourism as we know it today, what did they have in common ? All three were :
Answer: Confined to a small fraction of the population
In __________ consumers may share a strong need that cannot be satisfied by an existing product.
Which among the following is not a basic step in the control process ?
Best Prototype of Qutub Minar in World is :
Who first defined the concept of Ecotourism in early 1980’s ?
Answer:Ceballos - Lascurain
In India the power to issue permit to foreigners for visiting Restricted and Protected Areas vests with the :
Answer: Ministry of Home Affairs
Which organisation was formed in 1951 by a group of twelve leading travel agents to regulate the travel industry in India ?
Answer: TAAI - Travel Agents Association of India
Which statement is true for Enclave tourism ?
Answer:is concerned with large scale phenomena such as national incomes and outputs
WMF stands for :
Answer:World Monuments Fund
Indian Govt. through its, ‘Incredible India’, has launched a rural promotional campaign. Under this promotional campaign, Fort Jadhavgarh situated near Pune has been renovated and taken over by :
Answer: Kamat Group of Hotels
Railway companies in the 19th century, as well as airlines in the 20th century, built and owned hotels mainly in order to :
Answer:Safeguard their passenger traffic
When were economy class air fares introduced on the North Atlantic ?
Throughout volcanic areas of the world, one may also encounter geothermal areas. These places are often, but not always, associated with volcanic activity. Hot springs, geysers, mud pools and fumaroles (steam/gas vents) are common features in geothermal areas, and can be scenic and hot springs can be great places to take a dip in. Countries such as Japan and Iceland are especially famous for hot spring baths. Geothermal areas are also an environmentally friendly source of energy, and Iceland takes advantage of this very well. The above mentioned statement is an exact explanation for the destinations of :
Answer: Geothermal Tourism
A naturally occurring geographic territory within which wildlife is conserved and protected from hunting, predation or competition, created by government legislation, publicly or privately owned is known as :