Critical Assessment Of Ethical/ Challenges Caused By Tourism in Developing Nations 3
frustrated the expansion of the tourism sector (Spenceley & Dorothea, 2012, p. 299). Therefore,
the violence that frequently happens in these nations scares the international tourists from visiting.
This is accompanied by the cost implication in which the revenues that are typically received are
Accordingly, the insecurity problems such tribal clashes have also frustrated of the tourism
sector in most of the developing nations (Spenceley & Dorothea, 2012, p. 299). For examples, the
frequent attacks by the militia groups such as Al-Shahab and the Islamic States have been a great
challenge in the tourism sectors through the governments have done a lot to curb the situation.
Moreover, tropical diseases such as malaria have reportedly killed many of tourists in the third
world countries. As a result, most of the tourists face threats and fear to visit these countries which
have cost implications for the local economy (Page & Connell, 2006, p. 44). To worsen the
situation, most of the developing nation has poor social services such sports hospitals and
recreational facilities which have significantly hindered the sector from expanding and thriving.
In this regard, most of the tourist sites are situated in the remote areas rendering them inaccessible
to the tourists who are the primary source of income Chok &Warren, 2007, p. 155). Lastly, poorly
developed technology in the developing nations has hindered the growth and development of the
tourism industry. Most of the tourist sites are not covered with good mobile phone networks,
television networks, and internet which are the essential condition for the tourists.
Tourism has also posed many problems to the developing nations. However, the impacts
of the sector are profoundly felt by the locals who are usually displaced to pave the ways for the
erection of beaches, halls, theaters, and pitches (Telfer & Sharpley, 2015, p.44). Additionally, the
sector has also compromised the integrity and biodiversity of the natural environment in several
ways. First, it has caused the damage to landscape in the course of constructing the tourist sites