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National Tourism Day

National Tourism Day

National Tourism Day takes place on May 7. This day is observed during National Travel and Tourism Week in the United States, which occurs every first full week of May. National Travel and Tourism Week was first celebrated in May 1983, as President Ronald Reagan signed a Proclamation urging all citizens to observe the week.

1.Send a souvenir from your city or state
Pick one of the many souvenirs from your local city or state, and mail it to one of your friends abroad. You’ll be amazed at their reactions.

2.Plan a trip out of the country
With a plethora of travel options at your fingertips, why not plan to travel abroad for a week, two, or three?

3.Give the gift of travel.
Give a plane ticket to a loved one, or friend. They say traveling is one of the most enjoyable and enriching activities one can do.

A.Tourism opens up people to new experiences
Travel is good for lots of things – if you’re traveling for business, on a one-week family trip, or gave up everything to pursue a nomadic life, traveling can make you a happier person by building self-confidence through new experiences, breaking barriers, and allowing you to meet people from all over the world.

B.Tourism bridges the language barrier
People who visit foreign countries are encouraged to learn new phrases, and words in the native languages of each foreign country they visit. Speaking in foreign tongues helps people attain a whole new outlook on life.

C.Culture shock
Culture shock describes the impact of moving from a familiar culture to an unfamiliar one. It’s the surprise of a new environment, with new people and a new way of life.

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