Sustainability Tourism Of Management Object
Keywords:Sustainability, tourist, management, sangka pane
Sustainability, The management of the Sangka Pane waterfall tourist attraction is still not optimal. With the lack of facilities and infrastructure, especially road access which is still tricky, the condition of the tourist attraction is not maintained. This study uses a qualitative research approach with a descriptive type. Planning the local government has made a master plan for the tourism development of Aceh Tamiang Regency for 2019-2025. The program for the development of the Suku Pane tourism object is already in the UKL-UPL, but it is still not mature enough to apply what has been planned; the tourism office and pokdarwis have tried and implemented well to advance the potential of tourism objects, only the program implementation has been hampered due to limited budget funds during the pandemic, and there must be good cooperation from the community, investors, and forestry parties because the tourism object is located in a protected forest area. Supervision is carried out by the tourism office by monitoring via WhatsApp or telephone and going directly to the field, but for the period, it is still uncertain and not routinely, so the Aceh Tamiang government evaluates the continuation of the management of the Sangka pane waterfall, and the government is currently more focused on the development of the waterfall One thousand. Factors inhibiting the management of Sangka Waterfall tourism objects are influenced by internal factors, including limited budget during the pandemic, lack of quality human resources, lack of cooperation with investors and forestry, and the ratification of retribution regulations and the shifting of government attention to Seribu Waterfall which according to calculations budget is more efficient and easy for visitors to reach. In contrast, external factors include: lack of community participation, geographical conditions of tourist attractions, and lack of tourist attraction due to road access and tourist support facilities that have not been realized, and visitors prefer the Seribu waterfall, which is easier to reach.
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