Tourism Divisions:
1) According to geographical scope:
A – Internal Tourism:
Domestic tourism in the developed countries is estimated at eight to nine times the size of international tourism. These countries are interested in encouraging domestic tourism and providing it as a necessary service. Therefore, all local residents or residents must be provided with the necessary financial resources and individual differences in their mix, Especially since this has a great impact on the health of the community and increased productivity not the construction of society (2).
B – Regional tourism:
The regional tourism movement is the movement of travel, travel and residence between a number of neighboring countries, which constitute a single tourist destination, as is the case in the Arab countries, North African countries, the Mediterranean countries, Western European countries, etc. And accordingly, this tourism is active among these countries depending on the factors Such as the convergence of customs and traditions to a large extent, the nature of the characteristics of the population and its proximity to the general mood of the population, language factors and proficiency in the languages ​​of those countries, tourist facilities in terms of accommodation and ease of transport and entry procedures and residence fees and prices and prices of tourist services.
(2) Mohammed Omar Muamen, Tourism Planning, I 1, The Modern University Office, 2009, p. 95.
(3) Hamid Abdul Nabi Taei, Origins of Tourism Industry, D.T, Amman, Al-Warraq Distribution and Distribution, 2009, p. 252.