Con1: COSTS AND SAVINGS
This policy is a great policy on environmental aspect, but it didn’t mention anything about price and cost or how to lower the costs of sustainable trips. We all know that the cost of sustainable travelling and tourism depends on what kind of trip you plan on taking. For eco-friendly travellers, it may be more expensive, largely because eco-friendly hotels tend to be more expensive. According to Josh who is the owner of a company which specializes in ecotourism), a sustainable tourism trip should run between $225 and $300 a day, including all activities, lodging, and meals. Because of its high expensive price, travellers’ satisfaction may relatively decrease.
Con 2: It leads to a long process of change.
As we mentioned before, this policy provided a new marketing approach to attract various visitors. It means travel agents and hospitality sectors have to be transformed in order to attract various tourists. Although the benefits to communities and individual companies are evident and the recourses are available, the motivation to change is far from universal. Business managers knows that introduction of innovations usually takes a lot of time, effort and often causes destruction in organizational climate. Each organization has its corporate culture, composed of values, beliefs, attitudes. Graci states that unsupportive management can be a great limitation towards the development of sustainability. If people do not see...