History of Tourism.
Travel was dangerous, expensive and time-consuming activity that was rarely undertaken unless for business, adventure, to flee disease or war and a few other reasons, none of which leisure. Early travellers shouldn't be classified as Tourists.
Means of travel included foot, animal or by ship or boat. The simplest being foot, although horseback improved the pace walking did not hinder the distance one could travel. Camels, donkeys bullocks and elephants were also used whilst travelling, when using animals as transport it made the trip both expensive and allowed the traveller to carry more s…
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