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
Military-historical tourism is an active and at the same time informative type of recreation. As a rule, he is preferred by people who are interested in the legendary battles of the past, as well as those who want to feel like a heroic fighter and gain experience using modern weapons and equipment. In Western countries, tours are widespread in which an ordinary person becomes a real soldier for a week or two – he is engaged in combat training, shooting, and is training hard. Some US travel agencies semi-legally arrange trips to countries where the U.S. Army conducts operations for a given period of time. Military-historical tourism associated with excursions to museums and active military units is more common in Ukraine and the CIS countries. It can be divided into several main types.
Visiting the battlefields of past years and military-historical museums;
Shooting from firearms, grenade launchers and anti-aircraft mounts; Continue reading
Outbound tourism is a vacation trip to foreign countries of the world. Thanks to globalization and the simplification of the visa regime by many states, international travel has recently gained incredible popularity. Today, outbound tourism is not only a form of recreation, but also one of the forms of economic, political, social and cultural ties between states. Outbound tourism, as a separate category of trips, is developing extremely dynamically.
If in 1950 25 million people made international trips for tourism, now this figure is more than half a billion people a year. For many countries, international tourism is a solid or even the main source of income from the export of goods and services. In countries such as Panama, Cyprus, Haiti, tourism revenues exceed half of all export earnings. And even quite European and economically developed Spain, Greece and Austria receive more than a third of all export earnings from tourism through tourism. Continue reading