Travel Destination PowerPoint Template
Create an astonishing travel guide of North American countries using North America: travel destination PowerPoint template. The template can be used by travel agencies and tour operators to plan and present a global trip through PowerPoint. It contains North America's map illustration with airplanes and global positioning indicators. Tourism is travel for relaxation, leisure, and business purpose. Tourists can be defined as people who move to and halt in places outside their natural settings for more than twenty-four hours and not more than one successive year for recreation, business, and other purposes by the World Tourism Organization. Tourism is a known affair in human life. It has been a business of vast dimensions and eventually supports economic and social growth. Tourism worldwide has experienced phenomenal growth. With more than 600 million people traveling annually, tourism is the world's largest industry, with revenues of about half a trillion dollars a year, and averaging five percent annual growth.
North America is the third largest continent in the world in terms of landmass and the fourth largest in terms of population. Travel and tourism agencies can download this North America travel destination PowerPoint template to emphasize the important destinations on the travel map. The United States of America, Canada, Panama, Mexico, Bahamas, and Costa Rica are the highly visited countries of North America. The country has diverse cultures and ways of living. Gifted with natural resources- ample freshwater resources, thick forests, great mineral wealth, and vast lands of fertile soil, North America is considered one of the most economically developed regions in the world.
Travel destination-north America map is a creative tourist destination PowerPoint template is available in black and white background. Travel guides can spot the important places to visit and give a brief explanation. The travel destination PowerPoint template is created for the exclusive presentation of North America's travel opportunities.