Title: International Tourism
|Date:||January 6, 2016|
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Then he will assess his experience as being satisfied or not and whether it was value for money to choose Mauritius to spend his holidays.
So the purchase of tourism products bears an element of risk, all customers faces economic risks when purchasing tourism products because the product cannot be seen or sampled prior to consumption...
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Some overseas destinations may be perceived to be dangerous due to diseases or crimes. People may fear flying no matter what airline they fly with while others may reduce the perception of physical risks by selecting safer airlines. Status can be lost through visiting the wrong country or traveling with a company that has a poor image...
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