Prospek Pengembangan Potensi Wisata Kecamatan Tutur Kabupaten Pasuruan dalam Mendukung Pengelolaan Wisata di Wilayah Sekitar Gunung Bromo

  • Rebecha Prananta DIII Usaha Perjalanan Wisata, Fisip, Universitas Jember

Abstract

Abstract


The area around Mount Bromo has many interesting tourism potential to be developed, such as eco-tourism, educational tourism, historical tourism, arts and
culture and others. The government plans to make District Tutur, Pasuruan as a tourist destination will be related to the establishment of the Authority of Bromo
Tengger Semeru. It is expected to be integrated, so that the TuturDistrictcan become part of the tourist destinations around Bromo. The method used in this research is descriptive method,using qualitative analysis. The approach used is a survey approach, observation and study of literature. Some tourist destinations are located in this area are: 1) Plantation Apples Krishna; 2) Bhakti Alam; 3) Condido Herbal Agro; 4) Mount Flora. The fourth potential of this tour has its own charm. With the fourth development potential of this tour, it is expected to support the development of local potential in the Tuturdistrict, Pasuruan in terms of tourism, so tourists who will visit Mount Bromo, would transit in the Tutur district and spend their money.


Keywords: Tourism Destination;Mount Bromo;Tutur District; Descriptive Methods; Potensial Tourism Object.

Published
2019-09-26
How to Cite
PRANANTA, Rebecha. Prospek Pengembangan Potensi Wisata Kecamatan Tutur Kabupaten Pasuruan dalam Mendukung Pengelolaan Wisata di Wilayah Sekitar Gunung Bromo. Journal of Tourism and Creativity, [S.l.], v. 1, n. 1, sep. 2019. ISSN 2716-5159. Available at: <https://jurnal.unej.ac.id/index.php/tourismjournal/article/view/13798>. Date accessed: 17 sep. 2021.
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