Tour Guide

By: Bernardo Lordi

Description

Tour Guides guide tourists and visitors on tours while they are on vacation. They often give facts about the places they are touring and they communicate with the tourists. Some examples of places that would have tours are monuments, museums, cities, boats, safaris, and factories.

Travel, Dangers, Advantages

Travel:

Tour Guides are usually in popular tourist destinations and do not travel very much.


Dangers:

Could get into accidents when taking people on tours in dangerous places.


Advantages:

Would get to see the attraction every day and get to meet knew people.


Education

High School Diploma

Some cities require Tour Guides to have a license and a background check.

Need to know about the place they are touring so they can give information and facts about it to the tourists.

Universtities/Services

Strayer University

Ashford Universoty

Salary

18k - 40k