- 1 What is Specialised tourism?
- 2 Why is specialist tourism important?
- 3 What are the different types of specialist tourism?
- 4 How has specialist tourism developed?
- 5 What are the five types of tourism?
- 6 What are the types of niche tourism?
- 7 What is the role of transport in tourism?
- 8 Why has specialist tourism become more popular?
- 9 What is the main objective of tourism?
- 10 What are the two types of travel?
- 11 What are the three types of travelers?
- 12 What are the different types of Travelling?
- 13 Is responsible travel a tour operator?
- 14 What do specialist tour operators do?
- 15 What is specialist travel in travel and tourism?
What is Specialised tourism?
Specialised tourism is the provision of customised tourism activities that cater to the specific interests of groups and individuals. An individualised tour itinerary with a chauffeur and your own tour guide is an example of specialised tourism.
Why is specialist tourism important?
Through an understanding of the diversity that can occur within the travel product, you become better equipped to select, develop and provide a more diverse variety of services to accommodate the traveller.
What are the different types of specialist tourism?
Types of specialist tourism: relating to sport eg cycling, golf, diving, water sports, hiking; adventure eg white- water rafting, bungee jumping, mountaineering; health tourism; nature tourism; ecotourism; relating to special interests eg painting, cookery; educational eg school tours; cultural tourism; other eg
How has specialist tourism developed?
Response to social change and trends is also a development for the status of specialist tourism because people are wanting to show off that they are helping a community whilst on holiday rather than spending a week on a beach. Tourists are wanting to push themselves and participate in new challenges.
What are the five types of tourism?
Following are some types of tourism:
- Recreational tourism: Tourism is an often activity for recreational purpose.
- Environmental tourism:
- Historical tourism:
- Ethnic tourism:
- Cultural tourism:
- Adventure tourism:
- Health tourism:
- Religious tourism:
What are the types of niche tourism?
Examples of niche tourism
- Adventure tourism.
- Ancestry tourism.
- Cruise tourism.
- Cultural tourism.
- Dark tourism.
What is the role of transport in tourism?
The transport industry has gained a vital place in the global network system and is one of the most important components of the tourism infrastructure. It now becomes easier for people to travel from one place to another because of the various modes of transportation available.
Why has specialist tourism become more popular?
This has led to the development of specialist tourism because more people are becoming more adventurous and older people are living longer which is leading them to take more holidays and also tourists that have lots of money but little time are going to go on city breaks or other types of holidays for example, hobbies
What is the main objective of tourism?
The objectives of tourism is to visit such places for the purpose of faith,education, curiosity, entertainment, fun and happiness.
What are the two types of travel?
Types of Travel
- Business Travel.
- Solo Travel.
- Travel With Friends.
- Family Travel.
- Travel With Group.
- Luxury Travel.
- Adventure Travel.
What are the three types of travelers?
A new survey from Choice Hotels shows that there are three common types of travelers: experience, budget and luxury. More people are driving to their destination.
What are the different types of Travelling?
Ten Different Types of Travel
- The Weekend Break. So you love to travel, but you also love your 9-5 job and you don’t want to give it all up to travel around the world for 6 months?
- The Package Holiday.
- The Group Tour.
- The Caravan/RV Road Trip.
- Volunteer Travel.
- Long Term Slow Travel.
- The Gap Year.
- Visiting Friends or Relatives.
Is responsible travel a tour operator?
Destination specialists Responsible Travel promotes tours to 190 countries around the world, and most of these have specialist operators who are either from the destination or who work there exclusively.
What do specialist tour operators do?
Specialist tour operators cater for niche market holidays, they specialise in particular destinations and/or in a particular product. Smaller operators are experts in their destination, enabling them to give first-hand advice and recommendations to the holiday maker.
What is specialist travel in travel and tourism?
Specialist travel: Travel which offers the kind of experience the customer wants. Health tourism also includes people who travel abroad to have specific treatments carried out (either cosmetic or for a significant health problem) because the country offers cheaper and more advanced facilities.