Kinds of tour/types of tourism


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>dark tpurism, disaster,armchair, culltural, pop culture, perpetual, archeological, niche= adventure, agri-tourism, audio, educational, extreme, heritage, garden, health, hobby, exotourism, ancestry, rural, bio, winter, mystical and others....

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Kinds of tour/types of tourism

  1. 1. 'Dark tourism' is a different type of tourist attraction. It is the travel to sites associated with death and suffering. Dark tourism or than otourism is tourism involving travel to sites associated with death and suffering.
  2. 2. Armchair/Virtual tourism Not travelling physically but exploring the world through internet, books, TV, etc.
  3. 3. Cultural tourism It includes tourism in urban areas, particularly historic or large cities and their cultural facilities such as museums and theaters. It’s the subset of tourism concerned with a country or region’s culture, especially its arts.
  4. 4. Pop-culture Tour This tour is by visiting a particular location after seeing it in a film or reading about it.
  5. 5. Perpetual Tour A wealthy individual always on vacation, some of them for tax purposes, to avoid being resident in any country.
  6. 6. Niche Tourism Physical activity or sports-oriented that includes the following: ~>adventure tourism, agri-tourism, audio tourism, educational tourism, extreme tourism, heritage tourism, garden tourism, health tourism, eco- tourism, ancestry tourism, rural tourism, bio- tourism, bookstore tourism, creative tourism, music and dance tourism, mystical tourism and winter tourism.
  7. 7. Adventure tourism is a type of niche tourism involving exploration or travel to remote areas, where the traveler should expect the unexpected. Adventure tourism is rapidly growing in popularity as tourists seek unusual holidays, different from the typical beach vacation. It also involves travelling into remote inaccessible and possibly hostile areas. It may include the performance of acts that require significant effort and effort and grid and may also involve some degree of risk.
  8. 8. various agricultural technology. It describes the act of visiting a working farm or any agricultural, horticultural or agribusiness operation to enjoy, be educated or be involved in activities. Farm based tourism, helping to support the local agricultural economy.
  9. 9. A u d i o - t o u r i s m
  10. 10. Education al tourism It may involve travelling to an educational institutional; a wooded retreat or some other destination in order to take personal-interest classes, such as cooking classes with a famous chef or crafts classes.
  11. 11. Extreme tourism It is a type of niche tourism involving travel to dangerous places or participation in dangerous events. It overlaps with extreme sport. The two share the main attraction, adrenaline rush caused by an element of risk and different mostly in the degree of engagement and professionalism.
  12. 12. Visiting botanical gardens famous places in the history gardens such as Versailles and the Taj Mahal.
  13. 13. Health tourism It is usually used to escape from cities or relieve stress; perhaps for some „fun in the sun‟,etc. Often to “health spas”.
  14. 14. It is sustainable tourism which has minimal impact on the environment, such as safari(Kenya), rainforest(Belize) and hiking(Lapland) or national parks.
  15. 15. Ancestry tour (also known as genealogy tourism) It’s aim is to trace one’s ancestry, visiting the birth places of these ancestor’s and sometimes getting to know distant
  16. 16. Rural tour It implies not only natural elements such as forest and mountains, but also the indigenous local characteristics such as traditions, customs and folklore. Direct experience with local people can be a unique selling point to attract tourists.
  17. 17. Bio Tourism
  18. 18. Winter Tourism Winter sports contribute to winter tourism. Many water sports holiday packages are available at places in many countries apart from Ski and Snow festival tours organized annually. Skiing is extremely popular in the mountainous areas. Majority of the event participants are from countries with a warm climate.
  19. 19. This involves medication, yoga and rituals.
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