Uganda case study

Document Type:Case Study

Subject Area:Tourism

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Indeed, tourism can contribute significantly to improving the standard of living of the Uganda people. Question 1: Precaution Sustainable Host Communities. The management of tourism in Uganda involves vital stakeholders including the local communities. The fundamental interests guiding the sustainable development initiatives should have their focus on the human beings living within the local community (Lóránt, 2011). The tourism destination management should give keen consideration to enabling the development and environmental needs of the current as well as future generations. The tourist destinations balance their charging rates considering many factors including the current tax rates and the number of visitors they receive. Some of the challenges that a tourist destination could face include the wildlife destroying crops and hence there exists a conflict between wildlife and people living near national parks (Font & McCabe, 2017).

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There is a need for the tourist destinations to find ways of solving the existing conflict in a way that will not lead to losses on the local communities and still maintain the wildlife population. Question 1: Responsibility Sustainable Host Communities. Often, any business venture has to consider the obligation that it owes the community in which it operates. They should make sure that their customers get utmost satisfaction and a unique experience when they visit the tourist destination (Adeyinka, Khoo-Lattimore, & Nair, 2014). Besides, they should give the tourists guidelines on the ensuring that they embrace eco-friendly tourism. Furthermore, they should encourage the tourists to support local projects when they are in Uganda for their tours. Planet. The campsite has the role of ensuring that the earth remains conducive for the future generations.

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The Destination’s Positioning Within the Market. The campsite location should be strategic. It should have its premises accessible for tourists to easily visit (Adeyinka, Khoo-Lattimore, & Nair, 2014). The roads should be in excellent condition for efficient transportation of clients. Moreover, the campsite should set its premises in a location with high traffic. Furthermore, it should customize its menu and include delicacies that tourists prefer. It should consider charging reasonable prices according to the quality of the food sold. Besides, the campsite should ensure a reliable supply of electricity to all tents at all times and supplement it with backup generators to avoid blackouts affecting their customers (Adeyinka, Khoo-Lattimore, & Nair, 2014). Besides, the campsite should innovate and come up with exciting community experiences apart from traditional dances and community guided tours.

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Assessment Task 3B-Critical Reflection The course has made me more acquainted with knowledge concerning tourism and destination management. Most of the children lost their parents to HIV/AIDS or even road accidents (Adeyinka, Khoo-Lattimore, & Nair, 2014). Impact of My Cultural Background, Educational and Life Experiences Sustainable Practices. My background has contributed significantly to my embracing sustainable practices which ensure that future generations will find the world a better place. The sustainable practices that I uphold include environmental conservation (Lóránt, 2011). Moreover, I value energy conservation, and I would recommend destination managers should use energy efficient electronic devices. Tourism involves the consumption of expertise in the manner in which tour guides take tourists around recreational sites. I have been travelling to tourist attraction sites as well, and my experience enables me to advocate for sustainable consumption in tourism (Lóránt, 2011).

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