Tourism Potential in Andaman and Nicobar Islands: A Case Study of Ross Island

Shivaji B. Shinde


India is one of the mostly preferred destinations for international tourists. Tourism is a very promising industry in India. India is a country with a large number of tourist spots and attractive features. India is a country known for its culture, heritage, history and natural resources. All the states and union territories have a good number of locations catering to the domestic and international tourists. The Union Territory of AndamanĀ  Islands has been Blessed with a lot of Resources by the Nature. These resources are yet to be economically exploited fully. Tourism is the only scope of these Islands since the other sectors do not record much growth and development due to various reasons. But the Tourism has recorded a mark able growth though it requires efficient management with the Planning, Organizing, staffing, Controlling, Communicating, Budgeting and Coordinating and with the suitable Tourism Policy. Tourism has excellent scope in these islands if it is properly managed. The Tourism will attract more tourists in to these islands and also be able to contribute more to the economic development of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. For the present research purpose Ross Island is the case study use as tourism potential in Andaman and Nicobar Islands.


Planning, Organizing, staffing, Controlling, Communicating, Budgeting and Coordinating.

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