Definition of hopitality and tourism, leisure and recreation.

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1.1. A term implies whereby a guest who is away from home is welcomed by a host where basic necessities are provide.

1.2. Such as food, beverage and lodging. The term is derived from the Latin word 'hospitaire', which means 'to receive a guest'.


2.1. The condition of having one's time free from the demands of work or duty.

2.1.1. Freedom or spare time provided by the cessation of activities.

2.1.2. Free time as a result of temporary exemption from work or duties.

2.1.3. A time at one's own command that is free of engagements or responsibilities.


3.1. Refreshment by means of some pastime, agreeeable exercise, or the like.

3.2. Re-create: to renew or enliven through the influence of pleasurable surroundings.

3.3. To refresh after wearying toil or anxiety, usually by change or deversion.

3.4. The act recreating or the state of being recreated: refreshment of the strenght and sprits aftertoil; diversion, play; a means of getting diversion or entertainment.


4.1. Travel for recreational, leisure or business purpose.

4.2. Travelling to and staying in place outside their usual enviroment for not more than one consecutive year for leisure, business and other purposes.

5. An industy comprises business entity of food, beverage, lodging or combination of these businesses to travellers during their stay in a destination.

6. As a service industry. It include transportation, accommodation and services.


7.1. Tourism and hospitality go hand in hand, the hospitality industry offer servisec like accommodation, transportation, food and beverage, recreation and luisure.

7.2. Tourism is the activity by the tourists where they engage in travelling to destinations where they want to experience recreational and leisure activities and most of the time avails of accomodation, food and beverage.

7.3. The hospitality industry is the supplier of the services for tourism.


8.1. Leisure.

8.1.1. Leisure is the opposite or absence work. It is rest and relaxation.

8.2. Recreation.

8.2.1. Falls within the umbrella of leisure, and it includes the activities and events we do to enjoy our time.

8.3. Tourism.

8.3.1. Takes it one step further- it is travelling to a location for entertainment and leisure.


9.1. Tourist

9.1.1. A person who is travelling or visiting a place for pleasure.

9.2. Tourist business providers

9.2.1. Where individual businesses work in partnership with other to be successful. Tourism is a very competitive and complex sector and many companies develop link with other businesses as a way of maximising profits.

9.3. Host Community

9.3.1. Tourism is an industry which uses the host community as resource to sell it as a product and in the process affect the lives of everyone.

9.4. Enviroment

9.4.1. Typically defined as travel to destinations where the flora, fauna, and cultural heritage are the primary attractions.

9.4.2. Responsible ecotourism includes programs that minimize the adverse effect of tradional tourism on the natural enviroment.

9.4.3. Enhance the cultural intergrity of local people.

9.5. Local Goverment

9.5.1. Councils are actively involved in promoting tourism, providing infrastructur and service support, but also in management the impact of tourism.