Community based village management model in Blimbingsari tourism village, Melaya, Jembrana, Bali
Until the year 2018 Bali Local Government through the Tourism Department has launched that there are 100 tourist villages in Bali. Based on existing data today, there has been formed 42 tourist villages scattered throughout Bali. From the 42 tourist villages that have been formed there some of them have succeeded, and there some of them haven’t been succeesfull. Actually, the tourism potency is good but the number of tourist arrivals decrease. Blimbingsari Tourism Village has long been designated as a tourist village and there have many tourists visited this village. In order this tourism village is able to be managed sustainably, it is necessary to create a good management model. Therefore, this study aimed to create a community base tourism model before the goal was reached, it would first be explored and described what were the potencies of Blimbingsari Tourism Village that could attract tourists to visit, and to describe who were visiting. This research was conducted by direct fielding, interviewing and spreading questionnaires to the tourists and focus group discussion (FGD). From the analysis of tourism potencies that the most popular tourism in Blimbingsari Village was spiritual tourism, the most visited tourists were domestic tourists, they got information from friends. The most prominent impression of tourists after visiting it : it’s a beautiful and clean village. From the analysis and (FGD) conducted then later it was arranged the management model. In the model, it was formulated and agreed the task of each steak holder and the contribution derived from the management of the tourism village. Therefore it is expected the management has strong foundation in carrying out the tasks so that this tourism village can be managed in a sustainable manner.