Domestic or domestic tourism:
It is a tourism that is concerned with the local population and most of them are of limited income. It is within the borders of the country. It is no less important than foreign tourism. It connects people to their country and allows them to enjoy their good. They play a role in spreading cultural and social awareness in the case of providing the necessary tourist necessities. For this kind of tourism as the main means of transport, and provides the place of residence, and the existence of the tourist attractions of any kind.
  Domestic tourism is an important factor in moving the local economy and revitalizing the market movement within the Iraqi cities, as well as raising the standard of living of many classes of society, and also lead to the definition of the historical, historical and religious areas of the citizens.
Local Tourism Model Community tourism model
Murphy (1985) suggests a model based on the need to define a specific objective and develop this goal, resulting in a tourism product that is considered by the local population as a local resource,
 This model, illustrated in Figure 2, reveals and diagnoses the complex components that interact to produce a tourism product that serves the region in particular (A Community-Specific Tourism Product).
        The model includes business-related considerations, as well as social, cultural and environmental considerations (macro and micro), attracting tourists and encouraging community interaction. Management is vital in this pioneering model, considering that such cooperation and communication can only be achieved If the management is capable of creativity and creativity, it can be said that the components of the model do not work only in a unified framework and coordinated where each element complements the other element and so it is a strong chain model,
In general, the model includes the following main elements: (2)
Management considerations.
Social & Cultural Considerations.
Economic considerations related to the Business and Economic Considerations.
Environmental Considerations.
(1) Rauf Mohammed Ali Al-Ansari, Tourism in Iraq and its role in development and reconstruction, a previous source, p.
(2) Hamid Abdul Nabi Al-Tai, origins of the tourism industry, p. 219.
(2) Hamid Abdul Nabi Al-Tai, origins of the tourism industry, p. 219.