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Travel Itinerary Project Guideline_2010 Spring

Travel Itinerary Project Guideline_2010 Spring - HTM 2454...

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HTM 2454 Travel and Tourism Management Travel Itinerary Term Project Guidelines Please read the following very carefully. There are several important details to which you will need to pay close attention – don’t let them fall through the cracks and result in a reduced grade! If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to post it on the Discussion Board. Purpose The purpose of this assignment is to give you the opportunity to research an area of the world that interests you as a travel destination. This should be an area where you have never traveled but where you would like to travel in the future. Your trip cannot be a cruise or a package tour. You also want to do some initial research to make sure you select a destination in which information is easily accessible. The paper is worth 300 points. You can select your destination based on your decision. Your travel destination must be selected from the following list: A: European countries, such as England, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Sweden, Swiss, etc. B: Asian countries, such as China, Indonesia, Japan, Thailand, Taiwan, South Korea, etc. C: South American countries, such as Brazil, Canada, Mexico, Peru, etc. D. Oceania countries: Australia, New Zealand, etc. (BUT, you should not select American cities, or destinations, such as Las Vegas, or Hawaii.) You will be limited to ten pages of actual text. The paper must be double-spaced and written in twelve point type with standard margins. The page limitation does not include the cover page, a reference page, photos and other artwork, or any attachments you would like to include. The specific itinerary is included in the ten page limitation – it may be
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