About Tourism

  1.     Definition of Tourism

Tourism is comprises the activities of persons traveling to, and staying in places outside their usual environment for not more than one consecutive year for travel recreational , leisure, business and other purposes.

Traveling is a way to relax and release the pressure, you can go to anywhere in the world, seeing beautiful scenery, tasting delicious food and chatting with different people, learning different culture. In your way to travel destinations, you need not to think about all the things unfinished, you can do anything you want to do and devote yourself to your excellent tour!

Effective tourism marketing starts with research into what current tourism trends are, what tourists want, what they need, what they are interested in and what they will spend money.

  1.     Types of Tourism

Tourism can be classified into the following types:

  •          Inbound International tourism: Non-residents traveling in the given country.
  •          Outbound International tourism: Residents traveling in another country.
  •          Domestic tourism: Residents of the given country traveling only within this country
  1.     The Advantages of Tourism

The advantages of tourism are that it brings sustainable revenue to an area. Tourism generates income for seasonal workers as well. It also lets others experience the culture in your specific area.

  1.     The Disadvantages of Tourism

The disadvantages of tourism include rising prices to capitalize on the extra bodies in the area, higher gas prices, more crowded stores and restaurants, and crowded roadways. Tourists often do not know the terrain or specific laws in an unfamiliar area, so it does cause some frustration for residents.

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