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Multiple Choice Questions with Answers Answer a. is Correct Chapter 1 An Introduction to the Geography of Travel and Tourism 1.1.

Recreation is engaged upon during a. Leisure Time b. Work Time c. Committed Time d. Sleep Time 1.2. TSA stands for a. Tourism Satellite Account b. Tourism Satellite Access c. Travel Satellite Account d. Tourism Service Account 1.3. Leiper Tourism System is made up of how many components a. Three b. One c. Two d. Four 1.4. Tourist flows can be explained by a. Gravity Model b. Nuclear Model c. Nuclear Theory d. Physics Model 1.5. Domestic tourism embraces those travelling a. Within their own country b. Outside their own country c. To overseas islands d. On overseas cruises 1.6. Common interest tourism includes a. Visiting friends and relatives b. Business Tourism c. Leisure Tourism d. Conference Tourism 1.7. Long haul tourism is journeys of more than a. 3000 Kilometres b. 500 Kilometres c. 1000 Kilometres d. 2000 Kilometres

Chapter 2 The Geography of Demand for Tourism 2.1. The global code of ethics for tourism was drawn up by a. World Tourism Organization b. World Trade Organization c. World Travel Organization d. World Travel and Tourism Council 2.2. Deferred Demand is demand unfulfilled because of a a. Problem in the supply environment b. Problem with the individual c. Illness d. Poverty 2.3. Travel propensity is a measure of a. The percentage of a population engaging in tourism b. The ratio of day trips to overnight visits c. Tourism market share of a country d. Frequency of travel of a population 2.4. The majority of international tourism is generated by countries of which of economic development a. High Mass Consumption b. Take off c. Drive to maturity d. Traditional society 2.5 Baby Boomers belong to which phase of the demographic transition a. Low Stationary Phase b. High Stationary Phase c. Early Expanding Phase d. Late Expanding Phase 2.6. The most useful discriminator of income to participate in tourism is a. Discretionary income b. Gross Income c. Disposable Income d. Tax Income 2.7. Wanderlust is a. Curiosity to experience destinations b. Desire for sunshine c. Desire for rest d. Desire for a better climate 2.8. The 2005 Indian Ocean tsunami creates which type of tourism demand a. Deferred

b. Suppressed c. Effective d. No Chapter 3 The Geography of Resources for Tourism 3.1. Multiple use of resources means a. Managing varied users b. Managing a single users c. Strategic planning d. Conflict among users 3.2. Planning for tourism ensures a. Benefits will flow to a destination b. Negative impacts will increase c. Conflict between residents and tourists will increase d. Tourism will be disadvantaged 3.3. Social Carrying Capacity is a. A measure of the host community to tolerate tourism b. A measure of the environment to tolerate tourism c. A measure of the tourist to tolerate other tourists d. A measure of the economic benefit of tourism 3.4. The percentage of the earth surface covered by mountains and hill lands is a. 75% b. 25% c. 50% d. 66% 3.5. UNESCO is a. United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization b. United Nations Environment, Scientific, and Cultural Organization c. United Nations Educational, Social, and Cultural Organization d. United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Civic Organization 3.6. The following is a type of tourist attraction a. Purpose built b. Carrying Capacity c. Infrastructure d. Accommodation 3.7. Reproducible Attractions a. Can be replaced b. Cannot be replaced c. The resource is paramount d. Are always remote 3.8. The first stage of the tourist area lifecycle is

a. b. c. d.

Exploration Involvement Development Consolidation

Chapter 4 Climate and Tourism 4.1. Which of the following strongly influence climate? a. Latitude b. Longitude c. Tides d. Coastlines 4.2. Effective temperature includes a. Humidity b. Precipitation c. Wind d. Sunlight 4.3. Sunburn is caused by a. UVB Rays b. UVA Rays c. BUV Rays d. UBV Rays 4.4. Dublin is in which climate zone a. Cool Temperate b. Hot Dry c. Cold Damp d. Cold Dry 4.5. Alice Springs is in which climate zone a. Hot Dry b. Cool Temperate c. Cold Dry d. Warm 4.6 Wind chill is a. A measure of wind and temperature b. A measure of rain and temperature c. A measure of sun and temperature d. A measure of humidity and temperature 4.7. Which type of snow is favoured by skiers a. Powder b. Packed c. Tundra d. Wet

Chapter 5 The Geography of Transport for Travel and Tourism 5.1. Complementarity means a. Places differ from each other b. Places are the same as each other c. Places are an exact distance apart d. Places on the same line of latitude 5.2. The Way refers to a. The medium of travel used by transport modes b. The Carrying Unit c. Motive Power d. The Terminal 5.3. Fixed transport costs are a. Inescapable b. Escapable c. Related to the transport operation d. Related to the number of passengers 5.4. Environmental costs of transport are paid for by a. The community b. The transport Operator c. The transport passenger d. International transport organisations 5.5. Transport links and nodes create a. Networks b. Transport modes c. The Way d. Intervening Opportunities 5.6. Freedoms of the air are a. International agreements b. Safety Agreements c. De-regulation agreements d. Time zones 5.7. Fly Cruising refers to a. A combined air and sea trip b. A combined air and land c. A combined air and coach d. High altitude aircraft 5.8. An RV is a a. Recreational vehicle b. Road vehicle c. Recreational van d. Recreational Vesper

Chapter 6 An Introduction to the Tourism Geography of Europe 6.1. What percentage of international tourism is accounted for by Europe? a. More than 50% b. More than 60% c. More than 70% d. More than 75% 6.2. Which Sea attracts over 120 million tourists a year? a. Mediterranean b. Baltic c. Black d. Caspian 6.3. In which part of Europe are the Kjolen Mountains? a. Scandinavia b. Iberian Peninsula c. Eastern Europe d. U.K. 6.4. In which country is the Port Aventura theme park? a. Spain b. Portugal c. France d. Italy 6.5. E. Routes are a. Pan-European Highways b. Pan-European railways c. Distribution Systems d. European Canals Chapter 7 In Introduction to the Tourism Geography of Britain 7.1. In England and Wales coastal scenery is protected by a. Heritage Coasts b. Historic Coasts c. Highland Coasts d. Heritage Cliffs 7.2. Which of the following is NOT a national park? a. South Downs b. Exmoor c. Snowdonia d. Dartmoor 7.3. Inbound tourism to the U.K. is strongly influenced by

a. b. c. d.

Exchange Rates Employment Language Environment

7.4. Length of stay of British domestic tourism is a. Shortening b. Lengthening c. Staying the Same d. Lengthening Considerably 7.5. The most popular region for British overseas travel is a. Europe b. U.S c. Asia d. Africa 7.6. The Channel Tunnel opened in a. 1994 b. 1993 c. 1995 d. 1992 7.7. What percentage of British accommodation is located at the coast? a. 40% b. 30% c. 50% d. 60% 7.8. The Marketing Agency for tourism is Britain is a. VisitBritain b. VisitUK c. VisitEngland d. VisitBritishIsles Chapter 8 The Tourism Geography of England and the Channel Islands 8.1. Which of the following is not a London Airport? a. Southampton b. Heathrow c. Gatwick d. Stansted 8.2. Which Georgian city has UNESCO designation? a. Bath b. Wigan c. Winchester d. Chichester

8.3. Over 2000 powered boats can be hired in the a. Norfolk Broads b. Wash c. Lake District d. British canals 8.4. The Ironbridge Museum complex is in which English region a. The Midlands b. The North c. The South West d. The South East 8.5. In the Lake District, fells refers a. Low hills b. High Mountains c. Cutting Down trees d. Fences 8.6. The Golden Mile is found in which seaside resort a. Blackpool b. Scarborough c. Morecambe d. Bournemouth 8.7. St. Heller is the capital of which offshore island a. Jersey b. Guernsey c. Alderney d. Sark 8.8. Which Northern city hosts The Deep? a. Hull b. Newcastle c. Liverpool d. Grimsby Chapter 9 The Tourism Geography of Scotland, Wales and the Isle of Man 9.1. Which agency administers tourism in Scotland? a. VisitScotland b. VisitHighlands c. Enteprise Scotland d. ScotVis 9.2. The Burns Trail is found in which Scottish town a. Dumfries b. Edinburgh c. Glasgow d. Inverness

9.3. Which Scottish city was the 1990 city of culture? a. Glasgow e. Dumfries b. Edinburgh c. Inverness 9.4. Winter Sports in Scotland are focussed on a. Cairngorm Mountain b. Loch Lomond c. The Southern Uplands d. The Central Lowlands 9.5. Tourism in Wales is administered by a. The Wales Tourist Board b. The Welsh Tourist Board c. The Wales Tourist Agency d. Enterprise Wales 9.6. In which Welsh town in the Millennium Stadium? a. Cardiff b. Swansea c. Caernarvon d. Llandudno 9.7. Skomer is known for its a. Bird Reserve b. Abbey c. Castle d. Cuisine 9.8. Ronaldsway is the airport for which offshore island? a. The Isle of Mann b. Jersey c. Guernsey d. Isle of Wight Chapter 10 The Tourism Geography of Ireland 10.1. Which agency administers tourism across the whole of Ireland? a. Failte Ireland b. VisitIreland c. The Irish Tourist Board d. Enterprise Ireland 10.2. Tourism based on genealogy is a. Tracing Family Routes b. Finding Gemstones c. Discovering Archaeology

d. Discovering Architecture 10.3. Which of the following is NOT a ferry route to Ireland? a. Cherbourg - Belfast b. Dublin-Liverpool c. Rosslare - Fishguard d. Belfast - Stranraer 10.4. Inbound tourism to Ireland has been strongly influenced by a. The troubles in Northern Ireland b. Employment c. Environment d. Climate 10.5. In recent years which agency has injected money into the Irish tourist sector? a. European Union b. United Nations c. UNESCO d. WTO 10.6. The Guinness Store House is found in which Irish city? a. Dublin b. Belfast c. Limerick d. Cork 10.7. In which Irish county is the Ring of Kerry? a. Killarny b. Limerick c. Cork d. Donegal 10.8. In which county is the Giants Causeway? a. Antrim b. Fermanagh c. Armagh d. Omagh Chapter 11 The Tourism Geography of Scandinavia 11.1. Scandinavian countries have shares in which Scandinavian airline? a. SAS b. DFDS c. BA d. Braathens SAFE 11.2. Tourist demand in Scandinavia is strongly influenced by a. Seasonality b. Employment

c. Environment d. Society 11.3. Kastrup Airport serves which Scandinavian city? a. Copenhagen b. Oslo c. Helsinki d. Stockholm 11.4. In which Danish town is Legoland located? a. Billund b. Copenhagen c. Odense d. Esbjerj 11.5. Which agency markets tourism to Norway? a. The Norwegian Tourist Board b. VisitNorway c. Tourism Norway d. Enterprise Norway 11.6. The 1996 Winter Olympics were held in a. Lillehammer b. Oslo c. Stockholm d. Helsinki 11.7. In Sweden public access to the countryside is guaranteed by a. The Allemanstratt b. The Allemanstright c. The Allemanstritt d. The Everymanstratt 11.8. In which Finnish region is Santa Park found a. Lapland b. Lake District c. Hanko d. Savonliinna Chapter 12 The Tourism Geography of the Benelux Countries 12.1. Which agency markets tourism to the Netherlands? a. The Netherlands Board of Tourism b. Tourism Holland c. VisitHolland d. VisitNetherlands 12.2. Which region is the main market for Dutch tourism?

a. b. c. d.

Western Europe North America Asia Africa

12.3. Amsterdams International Airport is a. Schiphol b. The Hague c. Amsterdam International d. Queen Beatrice 12.4. The Rijksmuseum is found in which Dutch city? a. Amsterdam b. Rotterdam c. The Hague d. Delft 12.5. The Belgian Formula 1 Grand Prix is held at which Belgian resort area? a. Spa b. Bruges c. Liege d. Namur 12.6. The majority of the Belgian art cities are located in which region a. Flanders b. The Ardennes c. The North Sea Coast d. The Belgian Alps 12.7. Luxembourg is served by which airport? a. Findel b. Oesling c. Gutland d. Clervaux Chapter 13 The Tourism Geography of Austria, Germany and Switzerland 13.1. Which wind blows down the south facing valleys of the Alps? a. Fohn b. Chinook c. Sirocco d. Mistral 13.2. Which market dominates tourism to Austria? a. German market b. French market c. British market d. Swiss market

13.3. Hotels created from converted castles and palaces are known as a. Schlosshotels b. Casltehotels c. Boutiquehotels d. Schlossparks 13.4. Tourism with a Sound of Music connection is based on a. Salzburg b. Vienna c. Innsbruck d. Berlin 13.5. Interlaken is the lake resort of a. The Bernese Oberland b. The Valais c. The Ticino d. The Mittelland 13.6. Montreux is on the shores of which lake? a. Lake Geneva b. Lake Lucerne c. Lake Zurich d. Lake Como 13.7. In which year was Germany reunited? a. 1990 b. 1989 c. 1991 d. 1988 13.8. The Oktoberfest is located in which German city? a. Munich b. Berlin c. Frankfurt d. Hamburg Chapter 14 The Tourism geography of France 14.1. The largest country in Western Europe is a. France b. Germany c. Scotland d. Spain 14.2. Social tourism is a. Assisted tourism for the disadvantaged b. Visiting Friends and Relatives c. Elite Tourism d. Niche Tourism

14.3. Disneys only European theme park is in which country? a. France b. Spain c. Portugal d. Italy 14.4. TGV stands for a. Train Grand Vitesse b. Train Grand Vin c. Train Gironde Vitesse d. Tram Grand Vitesse 14.5. Tourism in France is promoted by a. La Maison de la France b. Tourism France c. VisitFrance d. Enterprise France 14.6. The main international airport for Paris is a. Charles de Gaulle b. Paris International c. Mitterand d. The Seine 14.7. Calvi is a major resort on which Mediterranean island? a. Corsica b. Sardinia c. Majorca d. Malta 14.8. Lourdes is in which mountain range? a. Pyrenees b. Alps c. Massif Central d. Carpathians Chapter 15 The Tourism Geography of Spain and Portugal 15.1. The currency of Spain is a. Euro b. Peseta c. Franc d. Lira 15.2. The high plateau of the Iberian Peninsula is known as the a. Meseta b. Mesa c. The Pyrenees

d. Galicia 15.3. State owned traditional hotels in Spain are called a. Paradores b. Boutique Hotels c. Pousadas d. Inns 15.4. San Antonio is a resort on which Mediterranean island? a. Ibiza b. Majorca c. Minorca d. Malta 15.5. Which canary Island is volcanically active? a. Lanzarote b. Gran Canaria c. Tenerife d. Gomera 15.6. Which British colony is physically attached to Spain? a. Gibraltar b. Ceuta c. Melilla d. Andorra 15.7. In Portugal state owned traditional hotels are called a. Pousadas b. Paradores c. Boutique Hotels d. Inns 15.8. Albufeira is the major resort area of which Portuguese region? a. Algarve b. Costa de Prata c. Costa de Estoril d. Minho Chapter 16 The Tourism geography of Italy 16.1. Which chain of mountains runs down the spine of Italy? a. Apennines b. Alps c. Pyrenees d. Carpathians 16.2. Linate is the major gateway to which Italian city? a. Milan b. Rome

c. Florence d. Pisa 16.3. What are Locande? a. Italian Inns b. Italian Maps c. Italian Roads d. Italian Food 16.4. Lake Lugano has an Italian shore and a shoreline of which other European country? a. Switzerland b. Germany c. Austria d. France 16.5. Rimini is the major resort of which Italian Riviera? a. Adriatic b. Sorrento c. Napoleon d. San Gimignano 16.6. On which river is Florence? a. Arno b. Po c. Tiber d. Rhine 16.7. The Costa Smeralda is on which Italian island? a. Sardinia b. Sicily c. Corsica d. Malta Chapter 17 The Tourism Geography of Malta, Greece and Cyprus 17.1. Valletta is the capital of which Mediterranean island? a. Malta b. Sardinia c. Sicily d. Corsica 17.2. Which agency promotes tourism to Malta? a. The Malta Tourism Authority b. Tourism Malta c. VisitMalta d. Enterprise Malta 17.3. Name the small green island off the coast of Malta

a. b. c. d.

Gozo Gaza Valletta Tarxien

17.4. Which city hosted the Olympics in 2004? a. Athens b. Barcelona c. Atlanta d. Sydney 17.5. The national airline of Greece is a. Olympic Airlines b. Air Greece c. Greece Air d. Spartan Airline 17.6. Which agency promotes tourism to Greece? a. Greek National Tourism Organization b. VisitGreece c. Tourism Greece d. Enterprise Greece 17.7. Mallia is a major resort on which Greek island? a. Crete b. Cyprus c. Corfu d. Cyclades 17.8. Which Mediterranean Island has both a Greek and Turkish centre? a. Cyprus b. Corfu c. Cyclades d. Crete 17.9. Ayia Nappa is a resort on which island? a. Cyprus b. Corfu c. Cyclades d. Crete Chapter 18 The Tourism Geography of Eastern Europe, Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) 18.1. In which country is Prague? a. Czech Republic b. Slovakia c. Poland d. Bulgaria

18.2. In which country is Lake Balaton found? a. Hungary b. Bulgaria c. Romania d. Slovakia 18.3. In which country is the World Heritage site of Krakow? a. Poland b. Hungary c. Russia d. Romania 18.4. Poiana Brasov is a winter resort in which mountain range? a. Carpathians b. Sumava Mountains c. Caucasus Mountains d. Alps 18.5. Golden Sands is a resort on which coast? a. Black Sea b. Red Sea c. Baltic Sea d. North Sea 18.6. What is the name of the railway linking Moscow and Vladivostok? a. Trans Siberian Railway b. Cross Siberian Railway c. Trans Siberian Route d. Trans Russia Railway 18.7. Space tourism is being developed at which Russian city? a. Star City b. Kamchatka c. Suzdal d. Moscow 18.8. The Hermitage Museum is found in which Russian city? a. St. Petersburg b. Moscow c. Minsk d. Volvograd Chapter 19 The Tourism Geography of the Middle East 19.1. The city of Mecca hosts which major pilgrimage? a. The Haj b. The Had c. The Hagg

d. The Hav 19.2. Markets in the Middle East are known as a. Souks b. Falucca c. Kibbutz d. Gekekondu 19.3. The Red Sea resort area of Egypt is focussed on which Peninsula? a. Sinai b. Bodrum c. The Gulf d. The Jerash 19.4. Jordan and Israel have shorelines on which sea? a. The Dead Sea b. The Mediterranean c. The Baltic d. The Indian Ocean 19.5. Petra is in which country? a. Jordan b. Syria c. Lebanon d. Israel 19.6. The national carrier of Lebanon is a. MEA b. MAE c. Air Lebanon d. Cedar Airlines 19.7. Istanbul is the capital of which country? a. Turkey b. Syria c. Lebanon d. Jordan 19.8. The capital of Yemen is a. Sanaa b. Aden c. Zabid d. Beirut Chapter 20 The Tourism Geography of Africa 20.1. In North Africa shantytowns are known as a. Bidonvilles b. Townships

c. Favelalas d. Cantons 20.2. The national carrier for Morocco is a. Royal Air Maroc b. Air Morocco c. Morac Air d. Atlas Air 20.3. Which Moroccan resort was destroyed by an earthquake in 1960? a. Agadir b. Casablanca c. Tunis d. Fez 20.4. Which agency promotes tourism to Tunisia? a. Tunisian National Tourism Office b. VisitTunisia c. Enterprise Tunisia d. Tourism Tunisia 20.5. The ancient city of Carthage is found in which country? a. Tunisia b. Morocco c. Egypt d. Libya 20.6. Mombassa is the Indian Ocean resort of which country? a. Kenya b. Mauritius c. Tanzania d. Madagascar 20.7. The Serengeti National Park is in which country? a. Tanzania b. Kenya c. South Africa d. Botswana 20.8. The Blue Train links Pretoria to which other city? a. Cape Town b. Johannesburg c. East London d. Nairobi 20.9. Yundum airport serves which West African country? a. Gambia b. Nigeria c. Sierra Leone d. Chad

Chapter 21 The Tourism Geography of South Asia 21.1. Agar is the home to which Indian tourist attraction? a. The Taj Mahal b. The Palace of the Winds c. Fatehpur Sikri d. Jodhpur 21.2. Dabolin airport serves which Indian resort? a. Goa b. Kashmir c. Kerala d. Tamil Nadu 21.3. The Golden Triangle tour circuit links Delhi, Agra and a. Jaipur b. Kashmir c. Mumbai d. Calcutta 21.4. Which agency oversees tourist development in Pakistan? a. The Pakistan Tourist Development Corporation b. VisitPakistan c. Enterprise Pakistan d. Tourism Pakistan 21.5. What is the major business and conference centre of Sri Lanka? a. Colombo b. Bentota c. Chennai d. Kany 21.6. Hulhule international airport serves which chain of islands? a. Maldives b. Mauritius c. Seychelles d. Andamans 21.7. Trekking Tourism is popular in which South Asian country? a. Nepal b. China c. Iraq d. Sri Lanka Chapter22 The Tourism Geography of East Asia 22.1. Which Indonesian island suffered terrorist bombing in 2002?

a. b. c. d.

Bali Lombok Sumatra Borneo

22.2. The Raffles Hotel is found in which country? a. Singapore b. Malaysia c. Indonesia d. Thailand 22.3. The resort of Penang is in which country? a. Malaysia b. Indonesia c. Thailand d. Singapore 22.4. In the Philippines which agency manages tourism? a. The Department of Tourism b. VisitPhilippines c. Tourism Philippines d. Enterprise Philippines 22.5. Boracay is an upmarket resort in which country? a. Philippines b. Malaysia c. Thailand d. Singapore 22.6. Don Muang airport serves which capital city? a. Bangkok b. Manilla c. Hong Kong d. Kuala Lumpur 22.7. Capsule Hotels are found in which country? a. Japan b. China c. Borneo d. Thailand 22.8. Tourism in China is managed by a. The China National Tourism Administration b. VisitChina c. Enterprise China d. Tourism China 22.9. The island of Hainan is in which part of China a. South China b. North China

c. East China d. South China 22.10. Cathay Pacific is based in which country? a. Hong Kong b. Japan c. Thailand d. Taiwan Chapter 23 The Tourism Geography of Australasia 23.1. Uluru is found in which state of Australia? a. Northern Territory b. Queensland c. Western Australia d. New South Wales 23.2. What is the national carrier of Australia? a. Qantas b. Virgin Blue c. Australian Air d. Ansett 23.3. The Rocks is an urban precinct in which Australian city? a. Sydney b. Brisbane c. Melbourne d. Perth 23.4. The Whitsunday Islands are in which Australian state? a. Queensland b. Northern Territory c. Western Australia d. South Australia 23.5. The Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix is held in which city? a. Melbourne b. Sydney c. Canberra d. Adelaide 23.6. Which country is used for the locations in the Lord of the Rings film trilogy? a. New Zealand b. Australia c. Fiji d. Philippines 23.7. What is the main hot spring resort of North Island, New Zealand? a. Rotorua

b. Queenstown c. Hamilton d. Wellington 23.8. Guam is an island in a. Micronesia b. Melanesia c. Polynesia d. The Solomon Islands 23.9. What is the name of the U.S. base in Antarctica? a. McMurdo b. Amundsen Base c. Scott Base d. Shackleton Base Chapter 24 The Tourism Geography of North America 24.1. The NAFTA comprises North America, Canada and a. Mexico b. Venezuela c. Brazil d. Chile 24.2. What is the name of the major American railway company? a. Amtrak b. U.S. rail c. Am Rail d. Rail U.S. 24.3. The Smithsonian museum is in which American city? a. Washington b. New York c. Los Angeles d. Chicago 24.4. Williamsburg is in which American state? a. Virginia b. West Virginia c. Carolina d. Pennsylvania 24.5. In which American state is Disney World? a. Florida b. California c. Oregon d. Nevada

24.6. Waikiki Beach is on which Hawaiian island? a. Oahu b. Maui c. The Big Island d. Lanai 24.7. What is Canadas national carrier? a. Air Canada b. Canada Air c. Air Alaska d. Canadian Airlines 24.8. Banff is in which Canadian province? a. Alberta b. Quebec c. Ontario d. Nova Scotia 24.9. Nunavut is in which part of Canada? a. Arctic b. British Columbia c. Prince Edward Island d. The Yukon Chapter 25 The Tourism Geography of Latin America and the Caribbean 25.1. Which organisation coordinates tourism in the Caribbean? a. The Caribbean Tourism Organization b. Tourism Caribbean c. Enterprise Caribbean d. VisitCaribbean 25.2. St. Lucia is part of which island group? a. The Windward Islands b. The Leeward Islands c. The Turks and Caicos Island d. The Bahamas 25.3. The Sierra Maestra is a scenic area in which island? a. Cuba b. Jamaica c. Bermuda d. Barbados 25.4. The Yucatan Peninsula is a tourist area of which country? a. Mexico b. Chile c. Brazil d. Puerto Rico

25.5. The national airline of Brazil is a. Varig b. Air Brazil c. Brazil Air d. Rio Air 25.6. Copacabana Beach is in which Brazilian resort? a. Rio de Janeiro b. Cancun c. Sao Paulo d. Recife 25.7. The Lost City of Machu Picchu is in which country a. Peru b. Argentina c. Chile d. Bolivia 25.8. The Galapagos Islands belong to which country? a. Ecuador b. Peru c. Argentina d. Chile 25.9. Port Stanley is the capital of which island group? a. Falkland Islands b. The Guianas c. The Galapagos d. The Cayman Islands Chapter 26 The Future Geography of Travel and Tourism 26.1. Grey Tourism is tourism by a. Senior Citizens b. Snow Birds c. Eco Tourists d. Cultural Tourists 26.2. When visitors are financial supporters of a destination it is known as a. Visitor Payback b. Visitor Pay check c. Visitor Throwback d. Visitor Repeat 26.3. VR stands for a. Virtual Reality b. Visitor Reality c. Visitor Recreation

d. Viable Reality 26.4. VTOL stands for a. Vertical take off and landing aircraft b. Vertical take off and landing arrival c. Visitor take off and landing arrival d. Vertical take off and loading aircraft 26.5. The X prize is related to which type of tourism a. Space Tourism b. Eco Tourism c. Food and Wine Tourism d. Cultural Tourism 26.6. Traditional Beach tourism with added attractions is known as a. Beach Plus b. Added Beach c. Plus Beach d. Beach Added 26.7. GATS stands for a. General Agreement on Trade and Services b. Global Agreement on Trade and Services c. General Agreement on Tourism and Services d. Global Agreement on Tourism and Services 26.8. Leaving a destination in a better condition than you found it is known as a. Enhancive Sustainability b. Sustainable Tourism c. Eco Tourism d. Clean Up Tourism