Totally Tropical Mass Tourism - Jamaica
Mass tourism - tourism on a large scale to one country or region. This equates to the Development and Consolidation phases of the Butler tourist resort life-cycle model.
Mass tourism involves a large number of tourist coming to one destination. There is usually a particular purpose and a particular type of location, such as skiing in a mountain resort or sunbathing at a beach location. Many countries and regions want to develop mass tourism because they believe it will bring many advantages.
The advantages and disadvantages of mass tourism
Mass tourism on film
Mass tourism in Jamaica
Jamaica attracts 1.3 million visitors and it employs some 220,000 Jamaicans
- sandy beaches such as Montego bay and Port Maria
- botanic gardens
- deep-sea fishing
- wildlife reserves and bird sanctuaries
- The Blue Mountains National Park