Presentation on theme: "TRAVEL AND TOURISM An Introduction. WHAT IS TOURISM? Travel: movement from one place to another Tourism: travel away from home and have some aspect."— Presentation transcript:
WHAT IS TOURISM? Travel: movement from one place to another Tourism: travel away from home and have some aspect of fun
TYPES OF TOURISTS Tourists: are people who visit one location for at least 24hrs but less than a year Migrants: people who move their residence permanently or semi permanently Same Day Visitors: travelers who stay in a location for fewer than 24 hrs
DOMESTIC TOURISM Natives of that country traveling and exploring within their country. For example...Filipinos from Manila can be a domestic tourist if they go to Cebu, Davao, etc.
INBOUND TOURISM Inbound tourism is when someone/non-resident comes to your country for a visit For example….someone coming from USA to spend their summer holidays
OUTBOUND TOURISM Outbound tourism is when someone goes out of their own country. It can be for holidays, business, trip etc.
DOMESTIC, INBOUND AND OUTBOUND TOURISM http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9tHA8Flfx4M http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9tHA8Flfx4M
(WITHIN THAT) TYPES OF TOURISM Business Tourism Nature Tourism Cultural Tourism Social Tourism Recreation Tourism Active Tourism Sports Tourism Religious Tourism Health Tourism Adventure Tourism Wilderness Tourism
BUSINESS TOURISM: Travel to complete a business transaction or attend a business event
NATURE TOURISM: Travel to enjoy a natural setting or wildlife, including ecotourism, which specializes in the study and conservation of natural environments
CULTURAL TOURISM: Travel to experience the history, folklore, and culture of a people, including “big city” tourism in which people are attracted to cities for their nightlife, entertainment etc.
SOCIAL TOURISM Travel that involves the company of others, such as tour-bus travel or family visits
RECREATION TOURISM Tourism to escape the routine of daily life, such as camping or beach tourism
ACTIVE TOURISM Tourism that has a set objective, such as climbing a mountain or learning a new language
SPORTS TOURISM Tourism to experience a sport or sporting event, such as a ski holiday or the Olympics
RELIGIOUS TOURISM Tourism that involves visiting a place of spiritual significance
HEALTH TOURISM Tourism to improve one’s health, such as a visit to a health resort or weight-loss camp
ADVENTURE TOURISM Tourism that involves challenge and advantage, such as trekking though a tropical rain forest or rock climbing
WILDERNESS TOURISM Tourism in remote wilderness areas to experience something very different from everyday life.