a) Describe the role and significance of quality control in attaining environmental and socio-cultural sustainability in the conventional tourism industry.
b) describe and distinguish the various levels of quality control in tourism.
a) describe the main differences between alternative tourism and conventional mass tourism types.
b) Describe potential problems and weaknesses related with alternative tourism.
problem 3: Illustrate the circumstances when visitation capping strategies, like quotas, entry fees and infrastructure limitations are warranted in a destination to prevent the negative tourism impacts.
a) Describe why the in situ nature of consumption in tourism supports the case for greater sustainability in the industry.
b) describe the structure and main components of the formal tourism industry.
a) describe the relationship between sustainable development and sustainable tourism.
b) State why the destination life cycle model can’t be regarded as a truly reliable planning tool.
problem 6: Describe the three criteria which constitute an ecotourism product and show the variance in such criteria which gives rise to comprehensive and minimalist interpretations of ecotourism.
a) Describe the role of place and community in affecting the context and pursuit of sustainable tourism in destinations.
b) describe the relationship between the tourism industry and tourist destinations.
a) describe the problems related with flexibility and complexity which arise when managers and planners attempt to implement strategies of sustainable tourism.
b) describe the vital role played by indicators in the development of sustainable tourism.