Business: travel for meetings, sales, corporate, regional, product, conventions, trade shows, expositions. younger; spend more money, travel farther, and travel in smaller groups; don't stay as long; will likely decline as a percentage of all travel; due to knew increase in security for businesses now travel only if absolutely necessary.
Pleasure: leisure, recreation, holidays, and visiting relatives and friends. Most visit friends and family; new surroundings, other cultures, rest relax, sporting/recreational activities; will increase in coming years because; longer life span, flexible work hours, early retirement, greater ease of travel,shorter more frequent trips, and increase in the standard of living. Influencing travel: entertainment, purchase opportunities, climate for comfort, and cost.
opening of borders across the globe, increased disposable income, increased vacations, reasonably priced airfares, more people interested in travel, one of teh most important sources of employment, provides governments with tax revenues, equalize economic opportunities, keep rural residents from moving go to overcrowded cities, improves international understanding and contrivuting to peace among all the nations of the world; Negative impact on the local ecosystem; strain the local resources such as roads, unchecked growth of attraction or over use of resources can hurt the balance of nature, natural resources can be threatened, pressure on local resources, the superstructure(airports, hotels) and in the infrastructure(electric,water,sewage) are frequently are overused in a way that they become harmful to the natural environment. Pollution as well; can be stopped by cooperation with partnership and government. Places a broad-based obligation on society especially those involved with tourism policy, planning, and development--and on federal state, and local governments to harmonize tourism and tourism development by improving the wuality of its environment and resources--physcial and sociocultural. Sustainable tourism includes infrastructure(roads, water, sewage, communications, and stores which meet local needs.) Superstructure is the facilities built to accommodate tourists, such as airports, cise terminals, convention centers, hotels, and restaurants. The facilities should be appropriate for the number of tourists visiting the area; otherwise, the area has too many tourists the experience becomes unpleasant for all, including the host community. either for business or pleasure: friends and family, health, enlightenment, education, beauty, nature, and national parks, religion, indulgence, sports, festival, shopping, fun , gaming, adventure, heritage, ecotourism, and attractions Motivated wholly or in part by interest in the historical, artistic, scientific or lifestyle/heritage offerings of a community, region, group, or institution. Areas in specific Asia, Euorpe, Africa, North America, and Latin America. Aspects include: architecture, anthropology, art, local food and beverages, music, dance, museums, scenic tours, gardens, and festivals. Benefits from United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organizations that has worthy of protection and preservation due to the outstanding value to humanity of the natural and cultural heritage. Guides and interpreters are culture brokers and travel agents, accommodation providers, government at all levels, and international agencies. Quality is steadily declining now to satisfy naive tourists, dances changed to fit tourist tastes; some of the arts have been revived