An exciting type of outdoor activity is ski tourism. In the conditions of a ski trip, a tourist is in pure frosty air for a long time. Uniform muscular load, smooth gliding, the beauty of winter nature, a quick change of impressions, communication with a team of tourists – all this gives a big charge of positive emotions.
Ski tourism The muscles of the arms, legs, abdomen, and back are actively involved in the work of a tourist-skier. Therefore, skiing is an excellent means of general physical training, which will help to strengthen health, become stronger, stronger, tougher.
With good gliding, even a beginner skier can walk at a speed of 6-8 km / h without any difficulties.
However, it should be borne in mind that weekend skiing is different from an ordinary skiing trip, and preparation for them should be more thorough. Continue reading
Business tourism is an important and rather complex industry of tourism business. High responsibility, attention to detail and the ability to quickly and efficiently navigate in case of possible roughness during the trip are the key skills that a manager organizing a business trip should have. From other types of tourism, business differs primarily in the monetary component of the issue: the multimillion-dollar profit (or, conversely, loss) of the company sometimes depends on how well the trip will turn out, so the risks here are increased, and disorder and reckoning “maybe” are categorically unacceptable. Like any other type of tourism – from sightseeing and beach to shopping and medical – business has its own important organization features, subtly depending on the direction, season, goals and many other factors of the trip. We will tell about key subtleties of organizing business tourism. Continue reading
The magical power of the underwater world lies in the universality of its environment: there is a difference from the situation on the ground and in the air, under water you can move in all directions, independently choosing a direction.
Diving is one of the most difficult and dangerous sports and tourism. Despite this, as well as the high cost of equipment, which not everyone can afford, the movement of divers expands every year both in our country and abroad. The mysterious underwater world has always attracted man. Currently, in Europe alone there are over 3 million diving enthusiasts.
However, if in many other types of tourism you can do without special education and training, this is unacceptable in scuba diving. A single, even minor mistake underwater can cost the diver life. Continue reading