What is the definition of "inbound tourism"?


Inbound tourism, as the term implies, is the industry that supports the travel of people visiting a country other than their own. The country responsible for the most inbound tourism to the United States is Canada.

Since tourism is a major industry that generates billions of dollars in revenue each year, countries track inbound tourists. This not only helps countries know who is visiting, it also helps them generate travel campaigns to increase inbound tourism numbers and, thus, increase tourism revenue. Countries can also monitor inbound tourism for unusual spikes in patterns which may be indicative of developing global issues. Not all inbound tourism is holiday related, however. Some inbound tourism is attributable to business.

Q&A Related to "What is the definition of "inbound tourism"?"
outbound tourism is when someone goes out of their own country. it can for holidays, business, trip etc. inbound tourism is when someone/non-resident comes to your country for e.g
A term coined by travel agencies and the mass media for the practice of travelling across national borders to obtain health care. It also refers to the practice of healthcare providers
Types of Tourism * Leisure * Heritage * Health -- this seems to be on the rise lately, e.g., Americans going to Mexico or Costa Rica for dental treatments; to Turkey or Cyprus for
Also called the USTTA. A former U.S. government agency that had offices in numerous foreign countries and promoted tourism to the United States. Because its purpose was largely being
About -  Privacy -  Careers -  Ask Blog -  Mobile -  Help -  Feedback  -  Sitemap  © 2014 Ask.com