In the romantic setting among hundreds of colorful balloons in the air, a girl in this place can hardly refuse a marriage proposal.
Goreme National Park and Cappadocia Rocky Mountain in Turkey have long been famous for their beautiful romantic setting. Cappadocia is found in central Asia and Turkey. This is an area of great historical value, formed in the sixth century BC.
The reason why the Goreme National Park is famous for its rock formations here is very special. More than 50 million years ago, the ground here is full of cracks and craters, over time a huge amount of lava has exploded from the volcanoes that cover the surface of Cappadocia. The soft rocky mountains formed by lava, eroded by the wind, rain and river waters, gave Cappadocia a fascinating and unique beauty that was rarely seen anywhere in the world.
The rocks here are strange with many different shapes and shades. Here the ground is compared to the surface of the moon, because there are innumerable chimney arrows like chimneys in fairy tales.
Point rocky point, many holes are called strong Bokoboko or Uchisar. If you are on these forts, people have a panoramic view of Cappadocia. And when the sun is about to endure, the romantic setting with hundreds of hot air balloons in the air is the time when couples often choose.
The area also has underground cities for thousands of years. Christians have built a system of large cities and underground organizations deep in the soil. Interconnecting rooms, corridors and stairwells, smoking pipes, stone doors open from the inside to prevent an ingenious project of architects who lived centuries ago.
In recent years, the number of people arriving in Cappadocia has increased dramatically. Most people enjoy the beautiful scenery as they see the sun under the big colored balls in the sky.
1. “The hands that support the golden bridge” between the sky and the sky of Da Nang
The Golden Bridge is a new building in the garden of Thien Thai, owned by the Ba Na Hills tourist area (Da Nang), which has just opened for visitors at the beginning of June. Halfway between mountains and forests, the bridge surprises visitors. When crossing the bridge, visitors feel like walking on clouds or getting lost in the “realms of the first glance”.
2. Zhangjiajie National Park, China
The Zhangjiajie National Forest (also known as Zhang Gia Gioi) is located in the northwest of the Hunan Province, one of the most beautiful national parks in China. With about 300 columns of sandstone rising in the sky in all its forms, it is estimated that it has more than 380 million years. 98% of the forest is covered with vegetation and contains over 700 animals. With an Asian subtropical climate, warm in winter and cool in summer, it is an ideal destination for any visitor to visit throughout the year.
3 . Beachy Head, United Kingdom
Beyond the clouds, visitors will not be surprised if they have the opportunity to see the pristine white cliffs here on the majestic waters. The breathtaking view from the cliffs attracts all climbers, especially those who love the altitude and the beautiful sunset.
4. Reserve Lake Hamilton, Austin, Texas, USA.
Lake Hamilton was formed thousands of years ago when natural erosion destroyed the dome of an underground river, creating beautiful waterfalls that led to turquoise waters. It is truly a marvel of the city of Austin. An unforgettable swimming experience for travelers.
5. Hinatuan Enchanted River, Mindanao, Philippines
The Enchanted Hinatuan River is located on the island of Mindanao in the Philippines and crosses both the Philippine Sea and the Pacific Ocean. For the first time visitors, the river is as fascinating as a surreal place. The color of the river varies from emerald green to blue. You can see the dark blue in the deepest parts of the river. At the same time, the superficial parts of the river reflect green with blue. If the water is very transparent, you can even see the bottom of the river. Even the water in the river is completely dust-free.
6. Lake Baikal, in Russia
At first glance this photo looks like a broken stone sculpture on the glacial lake, but it’s actually one of the most beautiful views you’ve ever seen. Lake Bailak is located south of Siberia in Russia and is the largest freshwater lake in the world and contains over 20% of fresh water on earth. Not only that, Lake Baikal is also one of the largest lakes in the world.
7. Pamukkale Thermal Pool, Denizli Province, Turkey in the Southwest
From a distance the Pamukkale hill is covered with white snow, but in reality are white limestone patches that originated thousands of years ago. Spring water accumulates in the limestone layers and forms small “lakes” with water levels of half a meter, transparent and green.
8. Marble marble quarries in General Carrera lake, Chile
With its marble walls and transparent blue jade water, Marble is known as the most beautiful marble cave in the world. The process of natural erosion for 6000 years has created beautiful alleys, angles and beautiful cliffs without a similar sculpture.
9. Vulcano Bromo, Java, Indonesia
At first glance this place looks very dreamy, but in reality there is still an active volcano inside. Mount Bromo is located in the Bromo Tengger National Park. This is the only active volcano left in Indonesia and so far is a popular tourist destination for its magical beauty and interesting places in the area.
10. Zante, in Greece
One of the most beautiful islands of Greece is Zakynthos. Clear water, you can see your shadow at a depth of 5 meters. The most beautiful landscape of the island is the Navagio beach – a secluded bay in the northwest of the island with high cliffs that can only travel by boat. In addition, the blue caverns in the colors of the blue sea create a natural beauty that can not be described, making it an ideal destination for couples.
The visitor is the common denominator that includes all the forms of tourism described above for the same purpose. The term includes three separate categories.
(1) Tourists who are guests who are away from home one or more nights for one of the aforementioned purposes (domestic or from abroad).
(2) Visitors on the same day, also known as day visitors who remain outside their usual environment for at least 3 hours for general recreational, recreational and social purposes. Many are local residents of an area.
(3) Tourists on leisure days that spend less than 3 hours from home but outside their usual environment for general recreational, recreational or social purposes. Not included (in the published volume and the value of tourism statistics in England), these short-term tourist visitors directly contribute to the local visitor’s economy and must also be formally recognized in decisions on destination management. Most of this third group of visitors are also residents of destinations and their local river basins.
The term “tourism industry” is the internationally accepted UNWTO / OECD definition of twelve industry standard divisions of economic sectors that provide products / services consumed by visitors. The turnover for tourism in each of these sectors is measured by surveys on visitor spending, ie on the demand side, mainly in the private sector, but including some public sector products / services. Although it is convenient and customary by professionals, the media and politicians, there is no accepted international or national definition of the term “tourism industry”.
A term commonly used in the United Kingdom, although not yet officially defined, refers the visitor’s economy to supply and general demand in all sectors in which visitor activity and its direct and indirect effects on the economy have place. The term visitor’s economy is broader than the definition of the tourism industry, which covers, and includes all resident and non-resident visitors (including categories such as business days and leisure visits that are not currently measured as part of tourist sectors). The term includes the activities and expenses related to the supply of products and services to visitors from both the private and public sectors. It also includes mainly the activities of the public sector and significant expenses for the creation, maintenance and development of public space and infrastructure within and through which visitors’ activities take place. The visitor’s economy can be used in relation to international, national and sub-national destinations and geographical areas and does not necessarily need to be limited by existing historical limits. The “tourism industries” therefore form part of the visitor’s economy.
Destination of the visitor / tourist destination
Visitors’ destinations are places recognized as destinations for visitors and for which aspects of the demand and supply of tourist services can be measured within defined limits. The destination of a visitor is preferred to the “tourist destination” because by definition it includes all categories of visitors. Typically such destinations have a form of public / private sector organization; they are promoted as places to visit and have a form of management process for purposes related to visitors. At the local level, destination limits in the United Kingdom are usually but not always parallel to one or more local authorities or designated parts of such administrative areas, for example national parks. At the regional level, destination boundaries are always a combination of administrative areas of local authorities. At the national level, the borders are those of the nation. These levels reflect the management agreements of the EU area. The UNWTO simply defines the main destination of a tourist visit as “the visited place that is central to the decision to make the journey”.
Leisure tourism has long been a constant search for the rich, but it is only since the 1980s that most of the population has been involved, both as tourists and as workers who meet their needs – a phenomenon that has increased tourism the position of one of the largest industries in the world. Domestic tourism is estimated to be ten times larger than international tourism, yet relatively little is known; there is more attention to international tourism. With developments in world trade, better means of transport and communication, intensive marketing, increased disposable income, improved political links, technological progress and greater leisure time, international tourism has grown rapidly, as evidenced by the worldwide trend of arrivals and tourist revenue on arrival. . The number of international arrivals rose from 25 million in 1950 to 763 million in 2004, and revenues increased from $ 2 billion to $ 623 billion in the same period (World Tourism Organization 2006).
Globalization has also contributed to the rapid expansion of tourism through changes such as the deregulation of air transport. The growth of charter flights, low-cost airlines and tourist packages provided an important boost to this expansion. International and national tourism together brings together 10 percent of the world’s gross domestic product (GDP) and a significantly higher share in many small and developing countries.
The tourism product consists of a combination of goods and services provided by the tourism industry, as well as unpaid functions that motivate tourism, such as natural sites (such as beaches, mountains and forests), historical sites and cultural features. The welcome offered by tourists from industry and local people to tourists is also of fundamental importance. The tourism sector includes hospitality (eg accommodation, restaurants), transport (eg airline companies, car rentals), facilities and travel information (eg tour operators, travel agencies, information centers tourist) and attractions and entertainment (eg Heritage Sites). and theme parks, national parks and natural parks). The scope of the tourist offer is therefore wide and is influenced by the market conditions that influence the environment in which tourism companies operate.
Although many people at some time in our lives “travelers” have been, could have been difficult to determine what is tourism. Tourism is an activity that people go and live outside their usual environment for leisure, business or other purposes for no more than one year consecutive.
Tourism is a dynamic and competitive industry that requires the ability to constantly adapt to the needs and desires of consumers change, so customer satisfaction, safety and enjoyment is especially concerned with the business of tourism.
Over decades, tourism has experienced continued growth and deepening growth into one of the fastest growing economic sectors in the world. modern tourism is closely linked to the development and growth of a number of new destinations. This dynamic made tourism a key driver of social and economic progress.
Today, the business volume of tourism equals or even exceeds that of oil exports, food products or automobiles. Tourism is one of the key players of the international trade while representing one of the main sources of income for many developing countries. This growth closely and where growth and increasing competition among destinations.
The global spread of tourism in industrialized and developed countries have benefited the economy and employment resulted in many related sectors – from construction to agriculture or telecommunications.
Contribution of tourism to the economic well-being depends on the quality and tourism revenues. UNWTO assists destinations in their sustainable positioning in the national market and increasingly complex international. As UN agencies dedicated to tourism, the UNWTO stresses that developing countries in particular will benefit from tourism and sustainable commitment to achieving this.