Tourism Grade 12 May - June 2022 common exam question papers with the memorandums

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The tourism concept which may appear in an itinerary describing the image below:

  • Destination
  • Route planning
  • Timed itinerary
  • An activity

The difference between jet lag and jet fatigue:

  • Jet lag is travel between two cities within a country and jet fatigue is travel between two cities in a neighbouring country.
  • Jet lag is tiredness due to crossing many time zones and jet fatigue is tiredness due to a long-haul flight.
  • Jet lag is stress on an aircraft caused by wind speed and jet fatigue is exhaustion during a flight due to the age of the plane.
  • Jet lag has limited or no side effects on passengers, while jet fatigue has many symptoms and may require hospitalisation.

Tourists now have the benefit of obtaining their foreign currency through this on-line method:

  • Forex
  • Stock exchange
  • Bitcoin
  • Banking app

The time difference between London and New York:

  • 3 Hours
  • 4 Hours
  • 5 Hours
  • 6 Hours

The term used to describe the trend shown in the graph below:

  • Daily fluctuation
  • Bank selling rate
  • Foreign currency
  • Bank buying rate

The picture below shows an ancient icon. Identify the ancient icon.

  • Berlin Wall
  • Great Wall of China
  • Sydney Opera House
  • Great Pyramids of Giza

uShaka Marine World caters for people with disabilities by …

  • providing wheelchairs at the entrance.
  • terminating the services of incompetent staff members.
  • ensuring that all tourists have clean drinking water.
  • using sign language for the benefit of visually challenged tourists.

Declaring a new World Heritage Site in South Africa will …

  • eliminate all poverty and unemployment in the local community.
  • give South Africa negative word-of-mouth advertising in the international community.
  • bring tourism infrastructure development to the local community.
  • cause other World Heritage Sites to close down.

The biggest contributors to the TOMSA levy:

  • Transport sector
  • Conference sector
  • Travel booking sector
  • Accommodation sector

The picture below shows a … type of World Heritage Site.

  • Natural
  • Cultural
  • Mixed
  • Alien

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