(i) Cotton weaving
(ii) Carpet weaving
(iii) Silk weaving
(iv) Leather industry
A tourist is anyone traveling and staying in places outside their usual environment for not more than one consecutive year for leisure, business and other purposes.
(i) Domestic tourism
(ii) International tourism
Amenities refers to elements of comfort and convenience, in reference to a house, vehicle, resort, rental and other tourism related services.
(i) increase and modernization of means of transport
(ii) increase in the number of passengers and goods, as well as the introduction of new forms of transport organization.
Tourism expenditure refers to the total consumption expenditure made by a visitor, or on behalf of a visitor for goods and services during his/her trip and stay at the destination place.
(Pick Two Only)
(i) Air transportation
(i) Land transportation
(ii) Water transportation
Tourism statistics can be defined as the collection of data about every aspect of tourism, analyzing the data so collected and coming out with an interpretation of what the data is saying with the view of making some predictions based on findings from the analysis.
TEAM ROCKET ? SOLUTION
(PICK ANY TWO)
(i) Market segmentation
(ii) Mass marketing
(iii) Niche marketing
(i) They help to entertain visitors to their region
(ii) They help the tourists to interpret the sights that they are visiting.
(ii) They help tourists to have a positive experience by ensuring tourists satisfaction
(pick any two)
(i) Radio is most effective
(ii) It improves brand awareness
(iii) Radio is the anywhere, anything media
(iv)It has tremendous reach
Initiating and articulating policy ideas for small and medium enterprises growth and development. In other words Promoting and facilitating development programmes
(i) It generate revenue to the host nation
(ii) It leads to other tourism by visiting other tourist centre
(iii) It gives a good feedback about the nation
(iv) It helps the host nation to attract investment
(v) It also encourages the host nation passion for sporty activities
(Pick any four)
(iii) Social media
(iv) Printing media