Issue: April 2015
  Infrastructure and Tourism Development
Manoj Dixit
  Tourism product is a complex consumptive experience that results from a process where tourists use multiple of services (information, relative prices,...
  e- Tourist Visa: Travel for Tourism made Easy
Nanu Bhasin & Navneet Kaur
  Tourism is travel for recreation, leisure, religious, family or business purposes, usually for a limited duration. Tourism is generally associated wit...
  Tourism Entrepreneurship - Thrust Areas for Action
G Anjaneya Swamy
  Economists and policy makers in their search for solutions to economic development have narrowed down on the inner drives and entrepreneurial spirit o...
  Ecotourism in India: An Example of Bhitarkanika Wildlife Sanctuary
Bani Chatterjee & Madhumita Das
  Tourism is an important driver of growth, which raises the national income of many countries. Nevertheless critics consider that tourism development i...
  Union Budget -2015-16: A growth Oriented Budgt
N.R. Bhanumurthy & H K Amar Nath
  The second lead article by N.R. Bhanumurthy and H.K. Amar Nath assess the impact of three crucial issues which the government had to face while prepar...
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Tourism : Sunrise Industry  

Tourism worldwide, serves as an important employment generator, source of foreign exchange and economic growth. Richly endowed with unique culture, nature, heritage, lively markets, traditional hospitality, India has the tourism product in abundance. The need is to serve it in an attractive manner to the consumer. Tourism industry in any country flourishes on the basis of competitiveness of facilities like infrastr...

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Infrastructure and Tourism Development
Manoj Dixit

Tourism product is a complex consumptive experience that results from a process where tourists use multiple of services (information, relative prices, transportation, accommodation, and attraction services (Gunn 1988). Tourist experiences are also shaped by economic and political conditions and structural features which contribute to the nature of the destination product. Murphy et al (2000) related this type of product to a supply and demand analysis and described how various components of the destination interact with travelers during their trip. The pioneer in acknowledging the role of service infrastructure in creating a product experience was Smith (1994). He suggested that “service infrastructure is housed within the larger macro-environment or physical plant of the destination” (Smith, 1994). He also stressed the fact that the level, use, or lack of infrastructure and technology in a destination are also visible and determining features that can enhanced the visitors' trip expe ...

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