Journal of Indonesian Tourism and Development Studies <p>Welcome to the <strong>Journal of Indonesian Tourism and Development Studies</strong> (print ISSN <a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">2355-3979</a>; e - ISSN <a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">2338-1647</a>) published by the <a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Postgraduate School, Universitas Brawijaya, Indonesia</a>.</p> <p>Journal of Indonesian Tourism and Development Studies is an interdisciplinary journal to assess the development of tourism. This journal also examines the phenomenon of unique interrelation between tourism activities, community development, and environmental sustainability, with the aim to find an alternative solution for sustainable tourism development. 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The research uses qualitative study and field research to find the potential of Tri Eka Buana as a creative tourist destination. We identified the potential of Tri Eka Buana village and then explored the contribution of the local community to develop the village as a creative tourism destination. We also assessed the perception of the community leaders and community who play role in the development of tourism activities in Tri Eka Buana village. In the first stage for the result, the potential of Tri Eka Buana village is very supportive in developing as a creative tourism destination with the characteristic of <em>Arak</em> village. It is supported by the natural and socio-cultural environment that is still well maintained in the globalization era. The second stage of the result is about the contribution of the local community to support Tri Eka Buana village as a creative tourism destination obtained through in-depth interviews with the village head, <em>Arak </em>farmers, and owner of <em>Arak </em>production. These investigations identify the role of all levels of society in developing the Tri Eka Buana villages as creative tourism destinations. Another result implied that not only the role of local communities but also the role of the local government is needed for development and sustainability.</p> <p><strong>Keywords: </strong><em>Arak</em> (authentic local beverage), Creative tourism, Tourism village. </p> Ni Nyoman Sri Wisudawati, Kadek Januarsa Adi Sudharma Copyright (c) 2023 Journal of Indonesian Tourism and Development Studies Mon, 17 Apr 2023 00:00:00 +0000 Antecedents to Revenge Tourism with an Expanded Theory of Planned Behavior in Jabodetabek Region <p>Revenge tourism is a manifestation of tourist expressions to make up for lost time due to the pandemic. This study aims to explore the factors that encourage someone to engage in revenge tourism by using an expanded <em>Theory of Planned Behavior</em> (TPB). The population in this study were Jabodetabek residents in adulthood who had traveled during the easing of restrictions. Sampling using convenience sampling technique with a total sample of 246 people. This study used a quantitative approach, and data were collected through questionnaires distributed online using Google Forms. The data analysis technique in this study uses Partial Least Square (PLS). PLS is an equation model of Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) with an approach based on variance or component-based structural equation modeling. The results of this study provide insight into the factors that influence a person's intention to engage in revenge tourism and can be used to develop effective policies and marketing strategies in tourism.</p> <p><strong>Keywords: </strong>Covid-19, PPKM, perceived risk, planned behavior, revenge tourism, travel stimulus.</p> Yuliana Endra Dewi, Tommy Wijaya Sutanto, Febry Indra Permana, Evelyn Hendriana Copyright (c) 2023 Journal of Indonesian Tourism and Development Studies Thu, 29 Jun 2023 00:00:00 +0000 Impacts of COVID-19 on Ecotourism: A Study in Bijilo Monkey Forest and Kachikally Crocodile Pool, The Gambia <p>Most people agree that COVID-19 has affected the tourism sector the most. This paper seeks to find the socioeconomic impacts of COVID-19 on the destination under study. The research implored semi-structured interviews, observations, and content analysis to acquire information. The first case of the virus in The Gambia was registered on the 16<sup>th</sup> of March 2020. As of the 29<sup>th</sup> of January, 2021, the country registered 4,090 positive cases of COVID-19, out of whom 3,792 have recovered, 128 are confirmed to have died, and 170 active cases. A total of 59% of confirmed cases are male and 41% female. The ecotourism industry of The Gambia is hit hard by the impacts of COVID-19. The places highly affected are the wildlife ecologies with no spiritual connections. There is evidence of wildlife crime and negative human-wildlife interaction. Sacred sites are easier to manage as people’s spirituality frowns at wildlife cruelty. The pandemic has caused severe economic, health, and social challenges in the Gambia, killing many and disrupting the normal functioning of society, including wildlife ecologies in some places. It has increased wildlife hunger in Kachikally Crocodile Pool, economic distress, and human-wildlife conflict in Bijilo Monkey Forest and surrounding. </p> <p><strong>Keywords: </strong>Covid-19, Ecotourism, Environment, impacts, socio-economic.</p> Omar Sambou, Marjono, Gatot Ciptadi, Fadillah Putra Copyright (c) 2023 Journal of Indonesian Tourism and Development Studies Wed, 11 Oct 2023 00:00:00 +0000 Ethnobotany of Medicinal Plants as a Wellness Tourism Industry in Kalipuro- Gombengsari Village, Banyuwangi Regency <p>Natural resources such as medicinal plants are important in the formation of wellness tourism development. This study aims to determine medicinal plants, their utilization, and necessary strategies for their development in the wellness tourism industry. The research methodology involved data collection, observation, and documentation. The study had 40 respondents over 45 years old, selected based on their experience in traditional medicine. The study involved two types of informants: 13 key informants and 27 non-key informants. Data were analyzed using UVs, ICS, and SWOT. It was found that the informants in Kalipuro-Gombengsari Village utilized 106 species of medicinal plants. <em>Cinnamomum burmannii</em> (UV = 8), <em>Centella asiatica </em>(UV = 6), and <em>Arenga pinnata</em> (UV = 5) were the most commonly used plants. The findings revealed 75 prevalent diseases in the community, with stomach-related issues being the most common, treatable with 19 species of medicinal plants. <em>Zingiber officinale</em>, <em>Carica papaya</em>, and <em>Musa paradisiaca</em> were the top three plants with the highest ICS values, scoring 100 due to their numerous benefits. Plant conservation, education, and cultural preservation in Kalipuro-Gombengsari can be supported by the preservation of the <em>Digital House</em> and <em>Kembang Galengan</em> as centers for the development of wellness tourism.</p> <p><strong>Keywords: </strong>Ethnobotany, medicinal plants, wellness tourism.</p> Mohammad Ikbal, Rodiyati Azrianingsih, Luchman Hakim Copyright (c) 2023 Journal of Indonesian Tourism and Development Studies Sat, 28 Oct 2023 00:00:00 +0000 The Readiness of Community Based Tourism: Facing Digitalization on Post-COVID Crisis in Dayu Tourism Village <p>The study aims to investigate the readiness of Community-based Tourism (CBT) in the COVID-19 crisis facing digitalization. The method of the study is a descriptive study. The research subjects are 15 villagers participating in the Dayu tourism village. They are the villagers' representatives who work in tourism during the pandemic and based on permission from the Head of the Village. The research setting is at Dayu tourism village, Gondangrejo, Karanganyar, Central Java. The study was done in September 2021. The data were taken through observation and questionnaires. Data were analyzed through data display, data reduction, and drawing conclusions. The results of the study are (a) less than 30% of the villagers use the Internet, E-mail, Facebook, Instagram, Affiliate Marketing, What's App, Social Media, and Instagram to promote their products and skills; (b) most of them upload their products and skills in the form of a photograph, and less than 50% of them use songs, written form, and videos; (c) Less than 25% of them upload their owned content and their friends' content to social media; (d) there were less than 50% of them who were able to create videos, written form, and movement; and to choose themes Economic, fashion, religion, short movie about local community, promotion, education, social, culture, and arts as their social media content. </p> <p><strong>Keywords: </strong>Community based Tourism, Digitalization, Post-COVID crisis, Social Media.</p> Luqman Al Hakim, Ayu Istiana Sari Copyright (c) 2024 Journal of Indonesian Tourism and Development Studies Wed, 17 Apr 2024 00:00:00 +0000