National Tourism Day
National Tourism Day is observed next on Tuesday, May 7th, 2024 (156 days from today).
It is a special opportunity to highlight the importance of tourism to the country's economy.
National Tourism Day on May 7th is celebrated during National Travel and Tourism Week in the United States, which occurs every first week of May. National Tourism Day was first celebrated in May 1983, when President Ronald Reagan signed a Proclamation calling on all citizens to observe the week.
History of National Tourism Day
Travel was written as the death of prejudice, bigotry and narrow-mindedness, and many of us desperately need it in these accounts of the earth during our lifetimes by Mark Twain. Tourism gives people new experiences, enriches their lives in countless ways, benefits businesses and boosts economies. National Tourism Day occurs during National Travel and Tourism Week, which runs for the entire first week of May. Congress passed a resolution in 1983, a proclamation was signed by Ronald Reagan the following year, and the first week was held in May of that year. At the time, it took place at the end of the month. During the week, travel and travel professionals come together to celebrate the benefits of travel. On National Tourism Day, a number of tourist sites and municipalities promote their locations, and sometimes they host special events. People who love to travel and travel can find an event to attend, do some traveling and touring, or plan a place to travel for the day.
Some reasons for National Tourism Day being loved
- Travel opens people up to new experiences
Travel is good for so many things if you're on a business trip, going on a family vacation for a week, or giving up everything to pursue a nomadic life, you will be a happier person by building confidence through new experiences, breaking down barriers and allowing you to meet people from all over the world.
- Travel bridges the language barrier
Those who visit abroad are encouraged to learn new phrases, from the mother tongue of each country they visit. Speaking a foreign language helps people gain a whole new perspective in life.
- Culture shock
Culture shock is an evidence for the impact of moving from a familiar culture to an unfamiliar culture. It was the surprise of a new environment with new people and a new way of life.
How to celebrate National Tourism Day
- Send souvenirs from your city or state
Choose one of the many souvenirs from your local city or state and send it to one of your overseas friends.
- Planning a trip abroad
With countless travel options at your fingertips, why not plan a trip abroad for a week or two or three?
- Travel gifts.
Give a plane ticket to a relative or friend. They say that traveling is one of the most enjoyable and enriching activities one can do.
ObservedNational Tourism Day has been observed annually on May 7th.
Saturday, May 7th, 2022
Sunday, May 7th, 2023
Tuesday, May 7th, 2024
Wednesday, May 7th, 2025
Thursday, May 7th, 2026