Sustainable tourism has emerged as a major focus in the development of the tourism sector worldwide, considering the impact of tourism activities on local communities and the environment. Accessibility is crucial to tourism growth and might affect visitor interest and trust if not effectively supplied. Accessibility in tourism includes highways, docks, parking, pedestrian walkways, and special needs facilities. This study examines sustainable tourism accessibility self-efficacy in Pangururan District, Samosir Regency, Indonesia. This mixed-methods study sent 268 questionnaires to tourists and locals and interviewed tourist site managers, Pangururan regional administration, tourist village leaders, and the Samosir Regency tourism office. Pangururan District’s accessibility fails sustainable tourism requirements. Roads, ports, parking, and pedestrian walkways are well-developed, but special needs facilities are lacking. Thus, more must be done to make tourism places accessible and enjoyable for all tourists, including those with special needs. To improve tourist accessibility in Pangururan District, infrastructure and amenities should be improved.

Self-Efficacy on Accessibility for Sustainable Tourism in Pangururan District, Samosir Regency, Indonesia / Antonella Trombadore. - In: E3S WEB OF CONFERENCES. - ISSN 2267-1242. - ELETTRONICO. - 519/2024:(2024), pp. 1-8. (Intervento presentato al convegno 5th Talenta Conference on Engineering, Science and Technology (TALENTA CEST-5 2024) tenutosi a Medan - Indonesia nel 6-7 March 2024) [10.1051/e3sconf/202451903026].

Self-Efficacy on Accessibility for Sustainable Tourism in Pangururan District, Samosir Regency, Indonesia

Antonella Trombadore
2024

Abstract

Sustainable tourism has emerged as a major focus in the development of the tourism sector worldwide, considering the impact of tourism activities on local communities and the environment. Accessibility is crucial to tourism growth and might affect visitor interest and trust if not effectively supplied. Accessibility in tourism includes highways, docks, parking, pedestrian walkways, and special needs facilities. This study examines sustainable tourism accessibility self-efficacy in Pangururan District, Samosir Regency, Indonesia. This mixed-methods study sent 268 questionnaires to tourists and locals and interviewed tourist site managers, Pangururan regional administration, tourist village leaders, and the Samosir Regency tourism office. Pangururan District’s accessibility fails sustainable tourism requirements. Roads, ports, parking, and pedestrian walkways are well-developed, but special needs facilities are lacking. Thus, more must be done to make tourism places accessible and enjoyable for all tourists, including those with special needs. To improve tourist accessibility in Pangururan District, infrastructure and amenities should be improved.
2024
E3S Web of Conferences - 5th Talenta Conference on Engineering, Science and Technology (TALENTA CEST-5 2024)
5th Talenta Conference on Engineering, Science and Technology (TALENTA CEST-5 2024)
Medan - Indonesia
6-7 March 2024
Goal 11: Sustainable cities and communities
Goal 13: Climate action
Antonella Trombadore
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