Are you a lover of beautiful landscapes? Would you like to know mountains and valleys without spending a single kopeck out of your pocket? Well, it is possible if you have completed tourism training. Then you just need to know how to choose the job you want to exercise at the end of your training or to know how to specialize during the training. Here are 3 professions that you can exercise to travel to the four corners of the globe!
Travel Product Manager
Today, the Coronavirus pandemic has limited travel. However, tourist sites, museums, and other attractions have already reopened their doors in several states to welcome tourists. Most countries usually welcome millions of foreign tourists because of their levels of stability and security. The comfort and hospitality offered by the hotels in a host country are classified by a travel product manager.
There are trained professionals whose mission is to provide tourists with a serene environment adapted to their objectives. They are often called upon to try out the available hotel rooms, visit the sites that the tourist intends to visit, discuss them upstream with the tourist guide. In short, you will have guessed it already. They must travel to the place of the site or the hotel for inspection.
As the name already suggests, this is a professional who “accompanies” a group of tourists for the duration of their stay. With the group, he visits the identified sites, they sleep in one of the rooms of the rented hotel, discuss with the hostesses to benefit from certain services, etc. In other words, its mission is to monitor the various services provided by stakeholders (hoteliers and those who run restaurants, for example) to tourists, to serve as their interpreter if necessary, and to offer them a good stay. You are likely to travel to multiple places in this profession.
Tourist Guide Editor
Before browsing a site, tourists leaf through the tourist guides available to them to choose the site that suits them the most. These guides present in detail the various tourist sites in the country, the means of travel (train, taxis) to take to reach the sites, the various hotels available to accommodate tourists as well as their prices, the opening and closing times. Who can give such information if not someone who has received training in tourism? And of course, they have to visit those sites, try out hotel rooms, sample menus in different restaurants before they can write guides. How about you try these professions to enjoy the benefits.…