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Section 5.4 Motivation for Travel - Brazilian Study of the Profile of Tourists - People with Disabilities Technical Document - 2013

  1. 1. Translation – Section 5.4: Section 5.4 Motivation for Travel Study of the Profile of Tourists - People with Disabilities Technical Document - 2013 (Original title: Estudo do Perfil de Turistas – Pessoas com Deficiência Documento Técnico – 2013 Translation by Scott Rains, srains@oco.net 5.4 Motivations for Travel Remembering that this is not a quantitative study, some numbers will be presented just to give an idea of the profile of those surveyed. Of the 68 people interviewed, only 1 or 2 said they “do not like to travel." ( This does not mean they do not travel ). Among the major factors that motivated travel: • • • • • • • • • • • Visit relatives and family Visit relatives and family sick To be with friends who live in other cities To discover new places, new cultures, see new sights To be surprised by something new, in search of "something new” To visit a famous place or experience something unusual (snow) Vacation for rest and family fun To go to the beach To go to events promoted by the entity that I represent To travel for work To take tests for a course
  2. 2. Another important aspect to keep in mind is that there are also those who are dependent on another person in order to travel. This somewhat restricts the number of trips taken. There are also those (with an intellectual disability) that are influenced by the desire of another, in this case their travel escort. "I like to travel, but it is difficult because it must always return the same day . ( ... ) Is that my mother does not like to travel." (Belo Horizonte – Intellectual Disability EP) Quotes from respondents: "It would be to unwind , relax a little bit, because usually when I’am here, I’m working. So when I go out, it's to really rest. Take my children to have some fun, go to the beach ." (São Paulo - Visual Visual Disability EP) "In 2008 I traveled to Espírito Santo, but it was to work... I really like to travel to get to know new cultures" (Porto Alegre – Motor Visual Disability EP) "First, he really likes to travel to experience new cities, then to see friends ... He likes to experience these cultural differences. For example, when you go north the culture is different ... He went to Europe. He wanted to experience France because of his work" (Belo Horizonte - EP Hearing Impaired) . "During vacation I travel with my parents to rest. ... I like to get to know new cultures in other states, other countries. ... The music, the weather." (Rio de Janeiro – Intellectual Visual Disability EP) "Just for family issues. Really, only to visit my grandparents. I have an uncle who is always moving, thanks to him I have been to a lot of cities." (Porto Alegre – Visual Disability EP) Full document available here: http://www.slideshare.net/srains/full-brazilian-inclusive-tourism-market-study-2013

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