Tourism Source Market Insight: Brazil

2019-09-04
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Published : Sep-2019
No. of Pages : 33

Tourism Source Market Insight: Brazil

Summary

GlobalData’s Tourism Source Market Insight: Brazil report provides a thorough insight into Brazil’s domestic and outbound tourism market. The report looks at the profiles of Brazilian tourists and summarizes the key reasons that they travel. The report offers an in-depth analysis of traveler flows, spending patterns, main destination markets and current and future opportunities for tourism businesses seeking to tap into the Brazilian outbound travel market.

Key Highlights

– Brazilian expenditure on outbound tourism still struggles to recover from the crisis that hit the country between 2014 and 2016, falling from US$24.8bn in 2017 (after a 34.8% recovery) to US$24.2bn in 2018.
– Brazilian tourists spent an average of US$189.40 per domestic trip in 2018.
– There were 24 times more domestic trips than outbound trips in 2018.

Scope

– GlobalData’s Tourism Source Market Insight: Brazil report provides a thorough insight into Brazil’s domestic and outbound tourism market. The report looks at the profiles of Brazilian tourists and summarizes the key reasons that they travel.
– The report offers an in-depth analysis of traveler flows, spending patterns, main destination markets and current and future opportunities for tourism businesses seeking to tap into the Brazilian outbound travel market.

Reasons to buy

– This report provides clear insight into developments in Brazil’s domestic and outbound tourism markets.
– The report uses data and analysis to discuss future trends related to domestic trips, international departures, traveler spending, and main destination markets.
– The report explores the different profiles of Brazilian tourists and the reasons that they travel, hence providing an insight into the trends in different segments of the market.
– The reader gains a strong understanding of the opportunities in Brazil, as well as the risks, to support better business decisions.

Filed in: Travel & Tourism
Publisher : GlobalData
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