Первый слайд презентации: Differences between Tourism and Travelling
Слайд 2: Key Difference
A traveller is a person that prefers to travel light and without tour packages. They prefer to move from place to place and never prefer to settle. A tourist is supposed to quite the opposite of a traveller. A tourist is usually seen in a huge group of people, family or tour guides.
Слайд 3: Travel
to go on a trip or journey : to go to a place and especially one that is far away to go through or over (a place) during a trip or journey to move from one place to another
Слайд 4: Tourism
the activity of traveling to a place for pleasure the business of providing hotels, restaurants, entertainment, etc., for people who are traveling
Слайд 5: Comparison between Travel and Tourism
Travel Tourism Engrosses themselves in the culture Spends time with the locals Spends time eating local foods Travel solo or in small groups Tries to learn the local language Packs light baggage Prefers to go off on their own to find hidden treasures of each place Prefers small rentals or ethic places to live Wants to see tourist places Spends time with tourist groups Prefers their own food to local food Travel in large groups Prefers English and speaks only in English Packs heavy baggage Prefers maps and guides and guided tours Prefers proper three star above hotels and motels
Слайд 6: Both tourists and travelers are on a journey. But the experience and destination are very different between the two
A tourist is someone who is visiting only the most popular places where other tourists will be. They are thinking about ticking boxes and showing people up on social media. Their trip is more of a standard two week vacation, and they don’t plan on immersing themselves in the culture and world of the place they are visiting. By contrast, a traveler is someone who is less directed in the way they travel. Travelers have time to wander and take advantage of this time. They realize that not everything will go according to the plan and they are fine with that. Overnight buses, hostels, and camping in the woods are not problems in the slightest.