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Purpose of the study: This study examines the development of Hospitality and Tourism in Quirino Province, including social, cultural, economic, and environmental effects, with a focus on local perspectives.

Methodology: It uses the community-based tourism (CBT) framework to evaluate residents' perceptions of the effects of tourism, both positive and negative and assesses the attitudes of 200 residents towards tourism and its socio-cultural impacts through a structured questionnaire.

Main Findings: The preliminary findings suggest that individuals have a favorable outlook on different aspects of life, particularly emphasizing the importance of preserving culture and raising awareness about heritage.

Applications of the study: The study provides valuable insights for policymakers, tourism planners, and community leaders in promoting sustainable tourism practices in Quirino Province.

Novelty/Originality of the study: This unique and innovative study examined and assessed the local viewpoint on the development of hospitality and tourism in the province of Quirino.


Community Based Tourism Tourism Development local perspective sustainable tourism quirino

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Tariga, J. (2024). Exploring Local Perspectives in Hospitality and Tourism Growth in Quirino Province. International Journal of Tourism & Hospitality Reviews, 11(1), 01–07.


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