Tourism refers to the broad framework that identifies tourism’s essential characteristics and distinguishes tourism from similar, often related but different phenomena. It describes three concepts: The movement of the people, a sector of the economy or an industry, a brad system of interacting the relationships of the people, need to travel outside their communities and services that attempt to respond to these needs by supplying the products. Tourism has many tangible and intangible elements. Major tangible elements are transportation, accommodation, and other components related to the hospitality industry. Major intangible elements related to the purpose or motivation for becoming a tourist, like rest, relaxation, the opportunity to meet new people and experience other cultures, simply to do something different and have an adventure.