Thesis Final

Department Of Tourism (DOT) described the resort as any place or places with pleasant environment and atmosphere conducive to comfort, healthful relaxation and rest, offering food, sleeping, accommodation and recreational facilities to the public for a fee or remuneration. It is also used for relaxation or recreation, attracting visitors for vacations and or tourism. The term resort is called “lasso” used for self- contained commercial establishment which attempts to provide for most a vacationers wants while remaining on the remises, such as food, drink, lodging, sports, entertainment, and shopping.

According to the research findings of Journal of sustainable development that majority of the visitors of a certain resort are engage in relaxation/ drinking a value 27% compare to other variables with values rock climbing 7% swimming 13% game viewing 21% horse riding 9% and sight seeing 22% respectively. Tanya is blessed province in Racial, because of their known Drank Falls, Battle Falls, Caecilian Cave, Tanya Dike, San Oldness Church, Regina Rica, Darting River and other resort establishments such as Marco Resort, Ten

Cents to Heaven, Proponent Hills Resort, Abyssinian Resort, and Sierra Madder Resort and include JEW Camp Hotel and Resort. The property is owned by the former pres. Joseph E. Stared with an expansive 21 hectare which offers many unique amenities and themed venues for guests to choose from. JEW Camp, Hotel and Resort is actually different from the usual camps, hotels and resorts. It is steeped with history about the owner and about the Philippines. It was a private enclave of one of the most powerful Filipinos, former President (and now Manila Mayor)Joseph Jericho, more popularly now as Joseph Stared, or “Reap” to the masses.

It is also where Reap was incarcerated after he was found guilty of plunder in a case filed against him during the term Of his predecessor. It is located at orgy. Compact Tanya, Racial. This study utilized descriptive method that will answer the following objectives, which are to determine the extent of rating to the respondents. The researchers believe that this study will give a great benefit and impact to the local communities, tourists and government officials and to the future researchers. First, it is significant to the local communities to help them know he new progression of this resort is.

Second, the resort proved that they had the potentials and they are ready to compete to other vacation spot. It really helped them to discover a new paradise and a unique resort that will guide them to refer another relative come and explore the JEW Camp, Hotel and Resort. Also, it is important for the future researchers because all information that has been gathered will provide them as guidelines for their study, mostly to the students who are taking up Travel Management. This study will help the researchers to gain more knowledge about the potentials of this resort. 2. Literature Review 2. Theoretical Framework According to Modernization of Theory, the context of modernization theory, tourism has been advocated as a development strategy to generate foreign exchange, to increase the balance of payment, increase GAP, attract development capital, increase the transfer of technology, increase employment (Shaw and Williams, 1994) and promote modern western values of life (Antihistamine Wall, 1982). Van Door (1979, cited by Pearce, 1989, p. 12) contends that the processes of tourism development could only be elucidated within the context of the development stage of a country.

In this sense, Roost’s (1967) argument that there are five stages of economic development was imperative when tourism development was discussed. Elsewhere, Thrust (1973) has suggested that there are three stages of development in relation to the evolution of the airlines routes. However, Missies (1976) proposes five stages of development, from the original pioneer resort to a fully developed hierarchy and specialized saturation stage when conceptualizing tourist space dynamics (Permian and Chon, 1997). Modernization in tourism development also stipulates for the consumption of experience’ as an end product.

Tourists improved their social structural status when they manage to travel and consume these experiences (Wang, 2000) and hence fulfill their ego needs (Moscow, 1987). (Note 2)Butler (1980) further improvised the evolution of tourism development through his product cycle-based evolution of tourist destination (see figure 1 Butler proposes six stages Of development: involvement, exploration, development, consolidation, stagnation and decline or rejuvenation. More recently, Agar (2002) has used Butlers work as a template when she contends that many

British seaside resorts, which were in the stagnating or declining stage, (Note 3) have rejuvenated when for example theme parks were introduced at these resorts. Agar argues that endogenous or exogenous forces also play a significant role in a process of destination development. In the context of number of stages involved in tourism development study of destination, Permian and Chon (1997) argue that there is no unanimous number. The Dependency Theory, the tourism development in peripheral countries is strongly influenced by events in the core countries.

The flow of mass tourists room central to peripheral countries, and the running of hotels and resorts, are subject to various control mechanisms found in the former (Britton, 1989). The roles of tour operators in core countries, one of the most influential tourism suppliers due to their huge financial resources and industrial leverage, for instance, can exert a strong impact on the occupancy rate of hotels and spatial distribution of tourist flow in receiving countries, many of which resemble peripheral areas (Shaw and Williams, 1994).

Furthermore, many Of the hotels, particularly those Of an international class, re owned or managed by Transnational Corporations. However, Din (1990) contends that not all international standard accommodation chains in developing countries belong to developed countries and hence are not controlled by external force. He exemplifies this notion by noting that locals own several of the luxury hotels in Penman, a tourist destination area in Malaysia. At a different level, these relationships posit the notion of underdevelopment of developing countries because of the exploitation by developed countries (Britton, 1989; Harrison, 1995). Thus, according to dependency theory, tourism is an industry like any other, which is used by the developed countries to perpetuate the dependency of the developing countries. Instead of reducing the existing socio-economic regional disparities within the developing countries, tourism reinforces them through its enclave structure and its orientation along traditional structures”. (Permian, 1993, p. 540) 2. 2 Review of Literature 22. 1 Demographic profile Demographic profiling is essentially an exercise in making generalizations about group of people.

As with all such generalizations many individuals thin these groups will not conform to the profile demographic information is aggregate and probabilistic information about groups, not about specific individuals. Critics of demographic profiling argue that such broad brush generalizations can only offer such limited insight and that their practical usefulness is debatable. Research Question : What is the Demographic Profile of the Respondents in terms of Age and Gender? HOI : There is no significant difference on the age and gender of the respondents. . 2. 2 Resort A resort is a full-service lodging facility that provides access to or offers a anger of amenities and recreation facilities to emphasize a leisure experience. Resorts serve as the primary provider of the guests experience, often provide services for business or meetings, and are characteristically located in vacation oriented settings. The origin of resorts can be traced back to the second century B. C to the public baths of Rome. The first baths were small, modest and separated the genders.

Eventually, the baths became larger, more elaborate and were opened to both men and women. These baths were large buildings built at the publics expense. Some were even built by wealthy emperors who wanted to make a statement. Most baths were free but few had small entrance fees. Baths were much like resorts of today because of all the amenities offered at their location. Research Question #2: What are the Qualities of the pool, Conditions of grounds and staff Efficiency? HUH: There is no significant difference in the qualities of the pool, conditions of grounds and staff efficiency. . 23 Hotel A hotel is essentially a near-meaningless marketing term, but generally it indicates that the hotel offers vacation amenities and not simply a place to leap. A place calling itself a “hotel” usually has a variety of pastimes either on the grounds or immediately adjacent and somehow affiliated with the hotel. Exactly what these are varies, but some common ones are golf, skiing (snow or water), a spa, fine dining etc. Research Question #3: What are the conditions of Leisure Facilities, Room, Furnishings, Food and Beverage?

HUH: There is no significant difference between the conditions of the leisure of facilities, room, food and beverage. 2. 2. 4 Camp The campground classification program takes account of the type and indention of the facilities and the number of complementary services offered by each campground. While it focuses particularly on maintenance, cleanliness and the layout of sites and facilities, the classification also takes account of the diversity of the infrastructure and services provided for campers’ comfort.

Laundry facilities, a playground, electrical hookups, a swimming pool, a community hall and Wi-If, for instance, can boost a campground’s classification level. Research Question #4: What are the overall guest’s satisfaction about JEW Camp, Hotel and Resort? HUH: There is no significant difference about the overall guest satisfaction of the JEW Camp, Hotel and Resort. 2. 3 Research Simulacrum Figure 1. 1 The study consists of 40 respondents and utilized the survey questionnaire to assess the following variables such as the facilities, amenities and set-vices of the resort. 3. Research Method 3. 1 Research Design This study has used the quantitative method of research. Quantitative is expressible in terms of quantitative or involving the measurement of quantity or amount. The researchers used survey questionnaires then tallied up the results. The results were processed with the help of a statistician and a conclusion was drawn based on the data processed and by the use of quantitative can determine the relationship between independent and dependent variables. The descriptive method is the appropriate and accurate method in gathering method.

It was collected through questionnaire survey. 3. 2 Research Locale The study was conducted in JEW Camp, Hotel and Resort at Tanya Racial. The researchers have used 40 respondents in the study. 3. 3 Population and Sampling In this study the researchers has used random sampling techniques. Random impaling techniques are a basic type of probability sampling; where in each respondent in the population has an equal chance of being drawn in the sample. 3. 4 Research Ethics The researchers have used proper scientific work practices.

The researchers have constructed the questionnaire and subjected it to content validation and reliability testing. It was approved by the adviser and instructor. The researchers make sure that the person that has been interviewed was not forced and caused no harm to the key informant. 3. 5 Research Instrumentation The primary tool in gathering the needed information was by means of revue questionnaires, the questionnaires were constructed based on the concepts and idea from the statement of the problem. 3. 6 Data Collection The researchers have used survey questionnaire to gather data for the study.