Types of Traveling
Travel is the conveyance of individuals between different distant geographical areas. Travel can be to places which are not within usual sight, by land, sea, or air, with or without luggage and may be one-way or round trip, and may be either public or private. The world’s biggest, most complex, and fastest growing economy, the United States, facilitates global travel by air, sea, and land. In fact, more people take trips outside the United States than in it.
One important mode of travel outside the United States is through international travel. International travel is made up of visits between people at distant geographic locations for business, pleasure, education, or government purposes. Individuals and families make international travel for family reasons, to visit friends, or participate in a sports event; or international travel is made by groups such as church members, government officials, or military personnel. Persons involved in business and pleasure traveling, such as businessmen and women, usually take one-way trips to warmer regions of the world such as England, France, or Germany; while on a one-way trip individuals may travel to more distant geographic locations, including places like Australia, South America, or China.
Tourism refers to the process of visiting a place to get pleasure from the beauty, culture, history, and other aspects of that place. Tourism includes a wide variety of activities, such as camping and caravanning, hiking, swimming, boating, horseback riding, golf, fishing, surfing, jet skiing, and bicycling. A variety of tourism products are sold all over the world, ranging from souvenirs, travel documents, and tickets to attractions. Long term and short-term tourism in different regions of the world vary in their scope, destinations, popularity, and costs.