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    • Tourism

    • Tourism is travel for pleasure; also the theory and practice of touring, the business of attracting, accommodating, and entertaining tourists, and the business of operating tours. Tourism may be international, or within the traveler's country. The World Tourism Organization defines tourism more generally, in terms whic ... Read »


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    • Bibliography of tourism

    • This is a bibliography of works related the subject of tourism. Tourism is travel for recreational, leisure or business purposes. The World Tourism Organization defines tourists as people "traveling to and staying in places outside their usual environment for not more than one consecutive year for leisure, business an ... Read »


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    • Industrial tourism

    • Industrial tourism is tourism in which the desired destination includes industrial sites peculiar to a particular location. The concept is not new, as it includes wine tours in France, visits to cheesemakers in the Netherlands, Jack Daniel's distillery tours in the United States (available since 1866), but has taken on ... Read »


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    • Advance provisioning allowance

    • Advance Provisioning Allowance, or "APA" is a common term in nautical tourism. It refers to the advance payment required to be made to fund boarding costs typically amounting to 20% of the charter price used to cover the costs of yacht preparation, requested supplies, port, mooring and other legal charges and fees, di ... Read »


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    • Allotment (travel industry)

    • Allotments in the tourism industry are used to designate a certain block of pre-negotiated carrier seats or hotel rooms which have been bought out and held by a travel organizer with a huge buying power like a wholesaler, tour operator or hotel consolidator, and more rarely by a retail travel agent. Allotments can be ... Read »


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    • Aviareps

    • AVIAREPS AG

      AVIAREPS Group is a General Sales Agent (GSA) of airline and tourism representative. Founded in 1994 in Germany the corporation is now operating through a network of 58 offices in 43 countries. AVIAREPS Airline Management GmbH was founded in Germany in 1994 with the aim of meeting the growing demands of the avia ... Read »


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    • Bold Earth Teen Adventures

    • Bold Earth Teen Adventures is a tour company based in Colorado that offers summer adventure programs for middle and high school teens. Bold Earth offers trips to locations around the world. The company was founded by Abbott Wallis. Bold Earth is accredited by the American Camp Association. Bold Earth was scrutin ... Read »


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    • Camping

    • Camping is an outdoor recreational activity involving overnight stays away from home in a shelter such as a tent, a caravan, or even a motorhome. Generally participants leave developed areas to spend time outdoors in more natural ones in pursuit of activities providing them enjoyment. To be regarded as "camping" a mini ... Read »


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    • Cicerone

    • Cicerone is an old term for a guide, one who conducts visitors and sightseers to museums, galleries, etc., and explains matters of archaeological, antiquarian, historic or artistic interest. The word is presumably taken from Marcus Tullius Cicero, as a type of learning and eloquence. The Oxford English Dictionary finds ... Read »


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    • Dynamic packaging

    • Dynamic packaging is a method used in package holiday bookings to enable consumers to build their own package of flights, accommodation, and car rental instead of purchasing a pre-defined package. Dynamic packages differ from traditional package tours in that the pricing is always based on current availability, escorte ... Read »


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    • Experiential travel

    • Experiential travel, also known as immersion travel, is a form of tourism in which people focus on experiencing a country, city or particular place by connecting to its history, people and culture. Therewith the concept is based on very similar mechanisms as for example experiential education, experiential knowledge, e ... Read »


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    • Free Walking Tour

    • Free Walking Tour – free of charge walking tour, where participants evaluate the tour guide using tips. Tips can be a honorarium of the guide (example Moscow Free Tour ) or can be transmitted to the organization (example Free Guided Tours San-Francisco). The desire to get the maximum of tips is a big motivation fo ... Read »


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    • Glamping

    • Glamping is a portmanteau of glamour and camping and describes a style of camping with amenities and, in some cases, resort-style services not usually associated with "traditional" camping. Glamping has become particularly popular with 21st century tourists seeking the luxuries of hotel accommodation alongside the esca ... Read »


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    • Heritage commodification

    • Heritage commodification is the process by which cultural themes and expressions come to be evaluated primarily in terms of their exchange value, specifically within the context of cultural tourism. These cultural expressions and aspects of heritage become "cultural goods"; transformed into commodities to be bought, so ... Read »


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    • Hollywood Wax Museum

    • Hollywood Wax Museum (Los Angeles, CA)

      The Hollywood Wax Museum is a wax museum featuring replicas of celebrities located on Hollywood Boulevard in the tourist district in Hollywood, California. The museum, brainchild of entrepreneur Spoony Singh, opened on February 25, 1965, and claims in promotional literature to be the only wax museum dedicated sole ... Read »


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    • House sitting

    • House-sitting is the practice whereby a landlord (or "homeowner"), leaving their house for a period of time, entrusts it to one or more "house-sitters", who by a mutual agreement are entitled to live there rent-free in exchange for assuming responsibilities such as taking care of the homeowner's pets, performing genera ... Read »


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    • IATA New Distribution Capability

    • NDC (New Distribution Capability) is a suggested airline distribution format promoted by the International Air Transport Association (IATA) for the development and market adoption of a XML-based data transmission standard between a small number of airlines and global distribution systems. IATA NDC was approved in Octo ... Read »


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    • Identity tourism

    • Identity tourism research dates back to a 1984 special issue of Annals of Tourism Research guest edited by Pierre L. van den Berghe and Charles F. Keyes This volume examines the ways in which tourism intersects with the (re-)formation and revision of various forms of identity, particularly ethnic and cultural identitie ... Read »


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    • Impacts of tourism

    • The study of the impact that tourism has on the communities involved is relatively new. There are problems in that impacts are not easily categorized, having direct and indirect components, and their evaluation often subtle and nuanced. How one "sees" an impact is dependent on the lens one is looking through. Also tour ... Read »


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    • International Expeditions

    • International Expeditions (IE) is a travel company specializing in small-group adventure travel. The company was founded in 1980 and is located in Helena, Alabama. It is owned by TUI Group. International Expeditions provides small-group adventure experiences in various exotic countries. These include land-based tr ... Read »


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    • International tourism

    • International tourism refers to tourism that crosses national borders. Globalization has made tourism a popular global leisure activity. The World Tourism Organization defines tourists as people "traveling to and staying in places outside their usual environment for not more than one consecutive year for leisure, busin ... Read »


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    • International tourism advertising

    • International Tourism Advertising is tourism-related marketing on the part of a private or public entity directed towards audiences abroad, and might target potential travelers and non-travelers alike. Wholly private firms such as travel agencies, hotel chains, cruise agencies, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) oft ... Read »


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    • James Villa Holidays

    • James Villa Holidays

      www.jamesvillas.co.uk James Villa Holidays (also known as James Villas) is a villa tour operator, with a head office based in Maidstone in the UK. The business operates under Wyndham Vacation Rentals®, family of brands within Wyndham Worldwide, following the original owner’s decision to sell the company in 200 ... Read »


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    • Maximiliano Korstanje

    • Maximiliano E Korstanje is a cultural theorist dedicated to the study of mobilities and terrorism born in Buenos Aires, Argentina on 29 October 1976. His development is framed within the subfield of critical terrorism studies. He serves as Senior Lecturer at Department Economics, University of Palermo, Argentina. Korst ... Read »


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    • La Fortuna, Costa Rica

    • La Fortuna is the name of a district and a small city located in San Carlos, in the province of Alajuela, Costa Rica. "La Fortuna" is Spanish for "The Fortune", and aptly named due its ample supply of tourist attractions and extremely fertile lands. The town got its name due to its sparing from the Arenal Volcano's eru ... Read »


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    • Leakage effect

    • In the study of tourism, the leakage is the way in which revenue generated by tourism is lost to other countries' economies. Leakage may be so significant in some developing countries that it partially neutralizes the money generated by tourism. Leakage occurs through seven different mechanisms. It is an intrinsic ... Read »


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    • List of top earning travel companies

    • This is a list of top earning travel companies. This list includes major traditional travel agencies, online travel agencies, and travel management companies that are located globally. 2016 top earning travel companies rankings are based on their reported sales for the year of 2015 and only list the top 50 travel ... Read »


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    • Medical tourism agent

    • A medical tourism agent (also health tourism provider or medical tourism provider) is an organisation or a company which seeks to bring together a prospective patient with a service provider, usually a hospital or a clinic. These organisations are generally facilitators and developers of medical tourism, which brings i ... Read »


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    • Microstay

    • Microstays refers to occupying residency in a hotel room for less than a day. Although a relatively new term in the Western travel industry, it emerged as a trend in the World Travel Market Global Trends Report 2013. Day-use rooms became more popular in Europe during a time of recession when fewer people were travellin ... Read »


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    • Najarpur

    • Najarpur (Nepali: नजरपुर) is a village in Rautahat district of Nepal,about 45 mi (or 73 km) South of Kathmandu, the country's capital city. It is widely known by the name 'vegetarian village.' The population of the village is about 500 with about 110 houses. There lies magnificent H ... Read »


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    • Opaque travel inventory

    • An opaque inventory is the market of selling unsold travel inventory at a discounted price. The inventory is called "opaque" because the specific suppliers (i.e. hotel, airline, etc.) remain hidden until after the purchase has been completed. This is done to prevent sales of unsold inventory from cannibalizing full-pri ... Read »


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    • Osage Casino

    • Osage Nation operates seven casinos in Oklahoma. The 25th largest tribe in the United States, it is located in Osage County, Oklahoma which is larger than the U.S. states of Delaware and Rhode Island. Osage Million Dollar Elm was the previous name of the casinos until 2011. This was based on the first mineral auct ... Read »


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    • Overlanding

    • Overlanding is self-reliant overland travel to remote destinations where the journey is the principal goal. Typically, but not exclusively, it is accomplished with mechanized off-road capable transport (from bicycles to trucks) where the principal form of lodging is camping, often lasting for extended lengths of time ( ... Read »


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    • Pegas Touristik

    • Pegas Touristik (Russian: Пегас Туристик) — Russian tour operator. Its head office is located in Moscow. The company was launched in 1994. In Russian regions, Pegas Touristik has over 50 offices of tourism. Moreover, Pegas Touristik is represented in Ukraine, Belorussia, Geo ... Read »


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    • Rural crafts

    • Rural crafts refers to the traditional crafts production that is carried on, simply for everyday practical use, in the agricultural countryside. Once widespread and commonplace, the survival of some rural crafts is now in doubt according to the report 'Mapping Heritage Craft' (Nov 2012). Not being generally produced f ... Read »


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    • Sightsmap

    • Sightsmap is a sightseeing popularity heatmap overlaid on Google Maps, based on crowdsourcing: the number of Panoramio photos taken at each place in the world. The goal of the site is to find and explore places interesting for tourism and sightseeing. The most popular places are shown on the map with an appropriate cr ... Read »


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    • SkyWaltz

    • SkyWaltz is a Hot Air Balloon Safari Company based at Jaipur or New Delhi, India . They received official authorization from the Ministry of Civil Aviation to conduct hot air balloon activities in India in January, 2008. The company started its operation in 2008 after receiving authorization from the Ministry of Centr ... Read »


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    • Souvenir

    • A souvenir (from French, for a remembrance or memory),memento, keepsake, or token of remembrance is an object a person acquires for the memories the owner associates with it. A souvenir can be any object that can be collected or purchased and transported home by the traveler as a memento of a visit. While there is no s ... Read »


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    • Souvenir spoon

    • A souvenir spoon is a decorative spoon used to signify or hold a memory of a place or event, or to display as a 'trophy' of having been there. The spoons may be made from a number of different materials such as sterling silver, nickel, steel, and in some cases wood. They are often hung on a spoon rack and are typically ... Read »


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    • Titan Travel

    • Titan Travel

      Titan Travel is a British travel company founded in 1978 by brothers Hugh and Irwin Ferry. The company operates from its head office in the UK, in Redhill, Surrey. It is part of the Saga plc group of companies which is listed is listed on the and is a constituent of the FTSE 250 Index. In 1978, Irwin Ferry, then ... Read »


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    • Tour operator

    • A tour operator typically combines tour and travel components to create a package holiday. They advertise and produce brochures to promote their products, holidays and itineraries. The most common example of a tour operator's product would be a flight on a charter airline plus a transfer from the airport to a hotel an ... Read »


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    • Tour-realism

    • Tour-realism (T.R.) is a new trend in alternative tourism. It differs from both mass tourism and "independent tourism", a type of tourism involving absolutely no mediators in the tour organization. T.R. operators usually represent the country they live and work in. T.R. operators are known for having advanced knowledg ... Read »


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    • Tourism mobility

    • Hypermobile travelers are "highly mobile individuals" who take "frequent trips, often over great distances." They "account for a large share of the overall kilometres travelled, especially by air." These people contribute significantly to the overall amount of airmiles flown within a given society. Although concerns ov ... Read »


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    • Tourism with a Hand Lens

    • "Ecotourism with a Hand Lens" is a term coined by Dr. Ricardo Rozzi and his colleagues to refer to a new speciality tourism being promoted in the Cape Horn Biosphere Reserve. Given the discovery of the archipelago's outstanding diversity of mosses, lichens and liverworts (5% of the world's total), Rozzi has called upon ... Read »


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    • Tourist sign

    • A tourist sign, often referred to as a brown sign, is a traffic sign whose purpose is to direct visitors to tourist destinations, such as historic buildings, tourist regions, caravan or camp sites, picnic areas, sporting facilities or museums. By international convention brown signs with white lettering and white picto ... Read »


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    • Tourist trap

    • Tourist trap is an establishment, or group of establishments, that has been created or re-purposed with the aim of attracting tourists and their money. Tourist traps will typically provide services, entertainment, food, souvenirs and other products for tourists to purchase. While some establishments may be viewed by t ... Read »


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    • Tourist trolley

    • A tourist trolley, also called a road trolley, is a rubber-tired bus designed to resemble an old-style streetcar or tram. The vehicles are usually fueled by diesel, or sometimes compressed natural gas. The name refers to the American English usage of the word trolley to mean an electric streetcar. As these vehicles ar ... Read »


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    • Travel

    • Travel is the movement of people between relatively distant geographical locations, and can involve travel by foot, bicycle, automobile, train, boat, airplane, or other means, with or without luggage, and can be one way or round trip. Travel can also include relatively short stays between successive movements. The ... Read »


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    • Travel technology

    • Travel technology (also called tourism technology, and hospitality automation) is the application of Information Technology (IT) or Information and Communications Technology (ICT) in the travel, tourism and hospitality industry. One form of travel technology is flight tracking. Since travel implies locomotion, travel ... Read »


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    • Turkey Home

    • Turkey Home is the marketing platform of the Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism to promote tourism. It launched in April 2014. As of August 2016, Turkey Home had many followers across its social media platforms, including over 4,900,000 on Facebook, over 700,000 on Twitter, over 400,000 on Google Plus and over 30 ... Read »


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    • Ikechi Uko

    • Ikechi Uko

      Ikechi Uko (born 12 January 1964) is a Nigerian travel business consultant, travel promoter, tourism development expert, media consultant, journalist and author. He is the organizer of Abuja Bantaba and Akwaaba African Travel Market, the only international travel fair in West Africa. He is the project director of seven ... Read »


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    • Velvet season

    • Velvet season (Russian: Бархатный сезон) is a Russian term for one of the most favorable periods for rest and spending time for human in conditions of the subtropics, particularly in the mediterranean climate conditions. During the velvet season weather is not so hot, such as i ... Read »


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    • Welcome sign

    • A welcome sign (or gateway sign) is a road sign at the border of a region that introduces or welcomes visitors to the region. Examples of welcome signs can be found near political borders, such as when entering a state, province, county, city, or town, and they are increasingly found in neighborhoods and private commun ... Read »


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