Travel Barriers - PHS GEOGRAPHY

Travel Barriers - PHS GEOGRAPHY

Travel Barriers As a group, come up with 7 barriers that prevent people from travelling 1. Cost Trips are expensive, we have to budget our

money + save! Example Disney 1 week for a family of 4 Costs between $ 4000 - $8000

2. Time School/jobs and other commitments keep us from our dreams! (Leisure time) 3. Family Stage Young families dont travel as much Lack of money, lack of time, too much effort

Pets Accommodations!!! Retired couples travel more Young, singles and DINKS (double income, no kids 4. Weather Winter may make travel more hazardous or weather

in your preferred destination may be Dangerous: Example: Hurricanes, snow, tornadoes Elderly people especially get nervous about travelling if there is a chance of inclement weather. 5. Fear Fear of terrorism, flying, becoming sick or

simply the unknown 6. Health Poor health that doesnt allow you to get around need wheelchair accessible destinations Travel insurance is more expensive if you

have poor health/old Special regular treatment requires you to stay close to home (ie, Kidney dialysis) 7. Lack of Interest Rather stay home and do something else

Watch Amazing Race, National Geographic and the Bachelor

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