Planning includes policy and operational elements building on process by which organisations decides on objectives, sets out the means for achieving the objectives and sets priorities. This also includes governments. They are the policy planners which regulates tourism objectives.
In retrospect, policy planning involves the long-term outline of general goals, objectives and directions for sustainable tourism development.
This is what Aspire Tourism Consultancy and Education brings to governments and organisation seeking our services.
Aspire Tourism Consultancy & Education will perform operational planning that covers a given strategy and procedure and which implemented in pursuant of the policy directives.
This will include the development of a tourism master plan which integrate tourism planning that are appropriate for sustainable tourism development of the destination. It looks at the social, cultural, economic and environmental aspects of the destination.
Our strategies are based on thorough examination of the destinations tourism potentials. This will help us in the implementation of far-reaching proposals for action designed to strengthen the capacity for sustaining tourism development.
We believe that extensive resources already exist in Africa in terms of expertise and experience which could be employed to strengthen national capacity in sustainable tourism development.
We also believe that LEDC will need assistance from national resources, public and private sector support and assistance from international, regional and subregional agencies as well as donor governments.
Therefore we will also advise donor agencies and countries the need to provide financial and technical assistance based on our factfinding on the destination which will enable the destination to implement the programmes and projects that are part of the action plan.