CTH Tourism Industry by BPP Learning Media

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Think of the last time you travelled. Why did you travel? Why did you go to that destination? ). " Mouthino (1987) As we can see from the definition, a motivation is something that we may need, and to satisfy this need some form of action is needed. The following provides some examples of why people travel. Travel motivation Business Many people have to travel for their work. This can include meetings and conferences, to meet clients and to 'network'. This form of tourism can be termed: MICE tourism; Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and Exhibitions.

Why did you visit the attraction? Purpose-built/attractions designed for visitor purposes Purpose-built attractions are built to supplement the main attraction, for example a beach. They may also be constructed to attract more tourists to a destination, increasing the 'pull factors'. Some destinations may have few or no natural or built attractions, but due to the benefits tourism can bring, attractions are built to 'entice' tourists to the destination. Examples of 'purpose-built' attractions can include: ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ Galleries Leisure centres Museums Shopping malls Theatres Theme parks Visitor centres Water parks Wildlife parks and zoos F O R D I S C U S S I O N Think of some examples of 'purpose-built' man-made attractions.

1 Tourist needs As we have identified there are numerous theories on different tourist types, but there are a lot of reasons why there are different types of tourists. We all have varying needs as people depending on our circumstances, and this is also the same for tourists. F O R D I S C U S S I O N Identify the different needs people have when they are considering a holiday or on holiday. 2: Hierarchy of needs Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs, a method normally used in motivational theories, has often been applied to tourism psychologies.

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