Study of Marine Tourism Potential in Takalar

  • Abdul Latif Tourism Management Study Program, Department of Tourism, Makassar Tourism Polytechnic, Indonesia
Keywords: Marine Tourism Potential, Development, Takalar Regency


This study aims to explain the potential for marine tourism in Takalar Regency and the strategies applied in developing the potential for marine tourism in Takalar Regency. This research was conducted using a descriptive research method with a qualitative approach. The data collection techniques were carried out by means of observation, interviews and documentation. Based on the results of the study, it was found that Takalar district has marine tourism potential spread over several coastal areas of Takalar Regency, for now the most visited marine tourism destinations by tourists are Topejawa beach tourism, Galesong beach tourism, Punaga Beach and PPLH Puntondo. The strategy carried out by the Tourism Office of Takalar Regency is increasing tourism human resources through training and mentoring, strengthening promotions, building facilities and infrastructure at tourist sites and collaborating with tourism stakeholders.


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How to Cite
Latif, A. (2021). Study of Marine Tourism Potential in Takalar. International Journal of Social Science Research and Review, 4(4), 47-63.