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Domestic Tourism in Chile to 2016: Market Databook

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This report is the result of Timetric’s extensive market research covering the travel and tourism industry in Chile. It contains detailed historic and forecast data for domestic tourism in Chile. 'Domestic Tourism in Chile to 2016: Market Databook' provides detailed insight into the operating environment of the travel and tourism industry in Chile. It is an essential tool for companies active across the Chilean travel and tourism value chain and for new players considering to enter the market.

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									Domestic Tourism in Chile to 2016:
Market Databook


Reference Code: TT1124DB
Published: July 2012




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TABLE OF CONTENTS

1         INTRODUCTION ...........................................................................................................5
    1.1      What is this Report About? .................................................................................................. 5
    1.2      Definitions ........................................................................................................................... 5
2         INDUSTRY ANALYSIS .................................................................................................7
    2.1      Total Number of Domestic Trips .......................................................................................... 7
    2.2      Total Number of Domestic Trips Forecast ........................................................................... 8
3         INDUSTRY SEGMENTATION ......................................................................................9
    3.1      Number of Domestic Tourists by Region ............................................................................. 9
    3.2      Number of Domestic Tourists by Region Forecast ............................................................ 10
    3.3      Number of Domestic Tourists by Purpose of Visit.............................................................. 11
    3.4      Number of Domestic Tourists by Purpose of Visit Forecast ............................................... 12
4         APPENDIX ..................................................................................................................13
    4.1      Methodology ..................................................................................................................... 13
    4.2      Contact Us ........................................................................................................................ 13
    4.3      About Timetric ................................................................................................................... 13
    4.4      Disclaimer ......................................................................................................................... 14




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LIST OF TABLES

Table 1: Travel and Tourism Terms and Definitions .................................................................................................................................... 5
Table 2: Chilean Domestic Tourism; Total Number of Domestic Trips(Million), 2007-2011.......................................................................... 7
Table 3: Chilean Domestic Tourism; Total Number of Domestic Trips(Million), 2011-2016.......................................................................... 8
Table 4: Chilean Domestic Tourism; Number of Domestic Tourists (Million) by Region, 2007-2011 ............................................................ 9
Table 5: Chilean Domestic Tourism; Number of Domestic Tourists (Million) by Region, 2011-2016 .......................................................... 10
Table 6: Chilean Domestic Tourism; Number of Domestic Tourists (Million) by Purpose of Visit, 2007-2011 ............................................ 11
Table 7: Chilean Domestic Tourism; Number of Domestic Tourists (Million) by Purpose of Visit, 2011-2016 ............................................ 12




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LIST OF FIGURES

Figure 1: Chilean Domestic Tourism; Total Number of Domestic Trips(Million), 2007-2011 ........................................................................ 7
Figure 2: Chilean Domestic Tourism; Total Number of Domestic Trips(Million), 2011-2016 ........................................................................ 8
Figure 3: Chilean Domestic Tourism; Number of Domestic Tourists (Million) by Region, 2007-2011 ........................................................... 9
Figure 4: Chilean Domestic Tourism; Number of Domestic Tourists (Million) by Region, 2011-2016 ......................................................... 10
Figure 5: Chilean Domestic Tourism; Number of Domestic Tourists (Million) by Purpose of Visit, 2007-2011 ........................................... 11
Figure 6: Chilean Domestic Tourism; Number of Domestic Tourists (Million) by Purpose of Visit, 2011-2016 ........................................... 12




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1 INTRODUCTION
1.1 What is this Report About?

       This report is the result of extensive research on the travel and tourism industry, covering domestic
       tourism in Chile. It provides data on market size and provides forecasts for the following –

                 Number of Domestic Trips
                 Domestic Tourists by Region
                 Domestic Tourists by Purpose of Visit

1.2 Definitions

       The compound annual growth rate (CAGR) values are displayed to two decimal places at all places. As
       such, growth rates may appear inconsistent with absolute values due to rounding.

       For the purposes of this report, the following timeframes apply:

       • Review period: 2007–2011
       • Forecast period: 2012–2016

       The key market categories featured in the report are defined below:


       Table 1: Travel and Tourism Terms and Definitions
        Terms                              Definition
        Inbound tourist                    A tourist entering a different country from their country of residence. For example, a
                                           person from Canada that visits France would be an inbound tourist to France.
        Outbound tourist                   A tourist traveling to a different country from their country of residence. For example, a
                                           person from Canada that visits France would be an outbound tourist from Canada.
        Domestic tourist                   A tourist who spends time away from their home, but within their country of residence. For
                                           example, someone who lives in Munich and visits Berlin would be a domestic tourist in
                                           Germany.
        Leisure tourist                    A tourist traveling for recreational purposes, such as visiting friends or relatives, going on
                                           a holiday, or traveling for entertainment. Leisure trips are typically longer than business
                                           trips.
        Business tourist                   A person traveling for business-related activities, such as meetings, conferences and
                                           trade shows. Business tourists' expenses are typically paid by the travelers’ employers.
        Health and wellness tourist        A person traveling within or outside their country to improve their health or well-being.
                                           Tourists generally seek services such as elective procedures in addition to complex
                                           specialized surgeries, including cosmetic, dental, cardiac, and joint or knee replacement
                                           surgeries.
        Other tourists                     Tourists traveling a country for other purposes to leisure and business, such as health
                                           and wellness, pilgrimage, sport or education.
        Medical tourism                    The practice of traveling to different locations for medical aid. A person who travels
                                           outside the country would be an outbound patient, a person who travels within the country
                                           would be a domestic patient, and a person who arrives to a different country from their
                                           place of residence would be an inbound patient.
        Seasonality of trips               The volume of tourist arrivals at various times of the year. Tourist arrivals will typically be
                                           higher during holiday seasons, and businesses operating in travel and tourism generate
                                           higher revenues in peak holidays periods.
        Spending pattern                   The total spending made by a visitor on travel, lodging, food and beverages, sightseeing,
                                           entertainment, shopping, health and wellness, and travel insurance during their visit.
        Spending on travel and             Spending by tourists on travel by air, road, rail and sea, such as on flight tickets, train
        transportation                     fares and car rentals.
        Spending on lodging                Spending by tourists on accommodation during a visit, such as on hotels.


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       Table 1: Travel and Tourism Terms and Definitions
        Travel insurance                   Insurance cover taken by travelers, which covers losses such as travel delays, medical
                                           expenses, loss of personal belongings and personal liability.
        Travel agents                      A business which sells travel-related products and services to both leisure and business
                                           customers on behalf of suppliers. Products and services sold include package holidays,
                                           sightseeing tours, flights, hotel bookings, cruise lines, car rentals, rail tickets and travel
                                           insurance. Some travel agents also serve as sales agents for international travel
                                           companies.
        Tour operators                     Tour operators typically combine two or more travel services, such as transport,
                                           sightseeing, accommodation, or food and entertainment, and sell them either directly to
                                           customers or throu
								
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