2022 WAEC Tourism Essay & OBJ Answers [20th May]
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WAEC May/June 2022 FREE TOURISM QUESTION AND ANSWER ROOM [School Candidates]

Friday 20th May, 2022
Tourism 2 (Essay) – 9:30am – 11:20am
Tourism 1 (Objective) – 11:20am – 12:30pm

WAEC 2022 TOURISM ESSAY (THEORY) ANSWERS:

(1)

(PICK ANY FOUR)

(i) Soap making

(ii) Tie and die industry

(iii) Knitting industry

(iv) Leather industry

(v) Metal handicrafts industry

(vi) cassava processing processing industry

(vii) Basket weaving

(viii) Bread making

(ix) Silk weaving


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(2a)

A tourist is anyone traveling and staying in places outside their usual environment for not more than one consecutive year for leisure, business and other purposes.


(2b)

(i) Domestic tourism 

(ii) International tourism


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(3a)

Amenities refers to elements of comfort and convenience, in reference to a house, vehicle, resort, rental and other tourism related services.


(3b)

(i) Increase and modernization of means of transport

(ii) It brings about intensive construction and modernization of the road network

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(4a)

Tourism expenditure refers to the total consumption expenditure made by a visitor, or on behalf of a visitor for goods and services during his/her trip and stay at the destination place.


(4b)

(Pick Any TWO) 

(i) Air transportation 

(i) Land transportation 

(ii) Water transportation

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(5a)

Tourism statistics can be defined as the collection of data about every aspect of tourism, analyzing the data so collected and coming out with an interpretation of what the data is saying with the view of making some predictions based on findings from the analysis.


(5b)

(PICK ANY TWO)

(i) Inflow

(ii) Expenditure pattern

(iii) Accommodation data

(iv) Employment statistics 

(V) Tourism sector statistic


(6)

(PICK ANY TWO)

(i) Resorts

(ii) Accommodation industry,

(iii) Transportation industry,

(iv) Tourism sites

(v) Tourism promoters 

(vi) Travel agencies 

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(7)

(PICK ANY TWO)

(i) Market segmentation

(ii) Mass marketing

(iii) Niche marketing

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(8)

(i) They help to entertain visitors to their region

(ii) They help the tourists to interpret the sights that they are visiting. 

(ii) They help tourists to have a positive experience by ensuring tourists satisfaction

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(9)

(PICK ANY TWO)

(i) Radio reaches a huge audience.

(ii) Radio enables selective targeting

(iii) It is affordable

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(10a)

Initiating and articulating policy ideas for small and medium enterprises growth and development. In other words Promoting and facilitating development programmes


(10b)

(i) Bread

(ii) Ceramics

(iii) Soaps

(iv) Shoes

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(11a)

(PICK ANY FOUR)

(i) Hotel

(ii) Guest house

(iii) Chalet

(iv) Apartment

(v) Motel


(11b)

(i) Travel Management:This area of services would include the management and reservation of transport tickets, searches for accommodations, car rentals, etc.


(ii) Consulting Consulting services include a large number of aspects which are related, more or less directly, with travel: information of interest for the traveller, cost optimisation and control, advice on travel policies, etc.


(iii) Marketing and internal communication: Due to its experience, a travel management agency can be very helpful in preparing travel policies for companies as well as its proper and effective communication to the employees.


(11c)

(i) Customer service:They need to have excellent customer service skills to ensure that they can plan a trip that suits their clients' needs


(ii) Reading comprehension:

It's critical for travel agents to have excellent reading comprehension skills so they can sign their clients up for the right services to suit their needs


(iii) Scheduling: Travel agents manage the logistics of their clients' schedules while they travel


(iv) Negotiation: Clients hire travel agents because they have the ability to advocate for customers to get the best deals possible.


(v) Sales: Travel agents often upsell clients on other travel services when helping them plan a trip


(12a)

(PICK ANY TWO)

(i)Ancient Kano City Walls 

(2007)

(ii)Ogbunike Caves, Anambra (2007)

(iii)Oke Idanre Hills, Ondo(2007)


(12b)

(i)It bring two or more nations together

(ii)It promote inter communal relationship among nations

(iii)promotion of health and fitness as well as community economic well-being

(iv)It enhance and improve economic development of the hosted nation

(v) It bring peace and happiness to the hosted nation


(12c)

(i)Radio: Radio used as a tool for marketing can be a helpful way of reaching people who want to patronize tourist sites.


(ii)Television: As long as many people watch television as leisure, it can be very effective as a medium of promoting tourist destination and activities


(iii)Publications: Publications cover all means of making marketing messages on tourism potential and attraction available to the general public as well as to those who are specially targeted by the marketing that particular message.


(iv)Print media: Print media advertising uses media which are printed in sending out its messages about the product or service being advertised to prospective customers


(13a)

(i)Construction of Roads

(ii)Provision of good portable water

(iii) Provision of electricity

(iv) Improvement in communication

(v) improvement in land usage and preservation of nature



(13b)

(PICK ANY FIVE)

(i)Cross River national park(located in Cross River)

(ii)Gashaka Gumti national park.(located in Adamawa)

(iii)Kainji lake national park(located in Kwara state)

(iv)Kamuku national park(located Kaduna state)

(v)Okomu national park(Located in Edo state)

(vi)Old Oyo national park.(Located in Oyo state)

(vii)Yankari game reserve(located in Bauchi state).


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