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of the growing forms of tourism in areas including Australia, Canada, the U.S. and the Philippines.
Another of our different types of tourism combines sailing and boating with vacationing and travel. Many of these types of tourists live on their boats and take port in different areas to explore. In fact, it's become such a popular kind of tourism that marinas have been built specifically for nautical tourists in Europe, South America and Australia.
J J, or heritage tourism, involves immersion in a society's lifestyle, its people's history, its art and architecture, its religion, and any other elements that have shaped it and its people. It can also include participation in a country's rituals or festivals.
This type of tourism refers to visiting a foreign location for the sake of observing the country's native people for the sake of non-scientific gain. Some extreme forms of this include attempting to make first contact with tribes that are protected from outside. The most popular locations are remote areas of the Amazon, Thailand, and Indonesia.
L. In its simplest definition, L is the observation of wild animals in their natural habitats. It's especially popular in countries with large areas of undeveloped land, such as Africa, South America, Australia, India, Canada, Indonesia, Bangladesh and more.
M is, in fact, travel in space! Obviously, most of this is done for business purposes because the average person can't afford a quick getaway to outer space ... though it can be done! The Rus-sian Space Agency is the only one that offers it, but reportedly it comes in at a whopping $20-35 million per flight.
In N, the main focus of the tour or leisure activity includes visiting another country to learn about the culture, such as in Student Exchange Programmes and Study Tours, or to work and apply skills learned inside the classroom in a different environment.
This kind of tourism is pretty much exactly what it sounds like - going to visit locations featured in books, film, music, TV and other forms of entertainment. And it appeals to many different types of tourists - who's not interested in Elvis or Superman or the Beatles or Seinfeld or something?