Recent years have seen the rise of the equity economy as a fairly successful business model worldwide, which has allowed many people with little business experience to participate and make money in many different areas. which has significantly stimulated world economies and even created completely new industries such as pool exchange and microfinance.
In particular, one industry where it has helped the tourism industry. No more hotel or bed and breakfast to participate. People who have a spare bedroom or a vacation home can now easily become their own bosses or at least get some extra income from their empty seats, and this has led to many unexpected but positive changes in the travel industry. Below are five important ways in which travelers can particularly benefit from the tourism industry's shared economy model.
1. More access to beaten areas
As the sharing economy has expanded globally, it means that many previously unknown or obscure places are now relatively easy to access by travelers looking for a unique travel experience. In the past, if there was no hotel or village or bed and breakfast, it was quite difficult to visit and stay, and often meant that travelers could only pass by. But now with the opportunity to stay in a local home or apartment, these small destinations are quickly becoming accessible to travelers, which has made traveling a much more exciting and enriching experience. Researchers no longer confine themselves to larger and more well-known sites. Now the whole world is becoming an easily studied oyster.
2. Opportunity to live on the spot
As ordinary people have begun to turn their homes, apartments, or vacation rentals into economies that are accessible to all travelers around the world. it has changed a lot of travelers to live in a place like local. as resorts in many countries that are accessible to sharing economies testify to the local traditions of architecture, decor and home. In Scandinavia, be sure to find two fights on the bed carefully, or travelers in Bali will be happy to know that most homes have their own showers outdoors.
3. Self-knowledge of local cultures and websites
When travelers participate in sharing economy by locating with locals: they often get an underground dig and tips from the best restaurants, museums, shops, and other places that often miss out on tour guides. Many of the hosts are happy to share their personal suggestions for things to see and do, many of which go out of their way to beat the most popular tourist attractions. This is especially useful in places that are not well known or don't know many guides.
4. Cheap Budget Affordable Travel Facilities
Budget travelers who are on a tight budget can enjoy the convenience of shared accommodation, which is the basis for a shared tourism economy. Much more comfortable than a hostel, many travelers can get a room or a private room in a family home at a much lower price than a hotel or entire apartment. This has the added bonus of often sharing meals together and gaining an intimate experience of what everyday local families are like.
5. A network of friends based on trust and accountability
There are many benefits to participating in a Travel-based Shared Economy. those who use local settlements on their weekends will benefit from meeting and befriending local people, a connection that builds a trust network that can be found all over the world. Often many who use local communities are more than ready to return their favor to those who have hosted them or at least are willing to provide local information and advice to their former hosts. This creates large networks of friends that can spread around the world and create an intimate and trusted set of relationships that unite travelers from all over the world.