There arn't any different types of tour guides.
A tour bus driver makes between $25,000 and $50,000 per year on average. Their salary is based on the company they work for and their experience level.
You get a tour hat.
Tour Guides and Travel Guides
Tour guides on average make anywhere between $9.50 to $12.50 depending on the type of tour guide, area of work, and expertise in the area. Please keep in mind this is just a general guide-line and not a guaranteed wage.
Travel tourism jobs can pay well. It depends if you are a travel agent or a tour guide. Tour guides do not make much, but travel agents usually get bonuses or commission on what they sell.
How much money a tour guide makes per hour depends on many factors, for example, what country they're working in, the company they work for and the type of tour. In many popular tourist cities, there are free walking tours offered where guides don't make an hourly wage, but instead are compensated in tips from people on the tour. You also have multi-day tours through companies like G Adventures and Intrepid where guides often make a higher lump sum, but are on the clock at all times. In general, the pay for being a tour guide is low, which is why it is important to tip for a job well done.
On club penguin, non-tour guide to tour guide.
Because tour guides have to introduce visitors who come from different countries. Most of travelers use English to communicate each other, so tour guides have to introduce them in English, because we can say that English is an international language or second language.
A tour leader is some one accompanying the whole tour. He/she may not introduce the detailed sceneries or sights, but take general care of accommodation, transportation between locations and communication with tour guides in each stop. A tour guide usually refers to local tour guide, who guide in a specific location. Responsible for arrangements in his city, i.e. meals, local transportation local hotel arrangement, city introduction, and on-site commentary, etc. For a package tour, tour leaders and tour guides are working together to ensure a great sightseeing experience of travelers. For independent travelers, tour guides and tour leaders usually refer to same responsibilities in the destination. Tour Guides reference: http://www.ourexplorer.com
Local tour guides are those tourist guides which know the local languages and are well versed with local places and the culture of that place. They are a big help to the tourists.
Yes. There are lights on all of the tour routes. The tour guides turn them on and off as a tour moves along a route.
A tour guide is someone who has been or Club Penguin for 45 days or more. Tour guides help the new players by showing them around the island. Tour guides wear a black and white hat with a question mark on the front of the hat. The hold up a sign that says, "TOURS HERE." To become a tour guide, go to the Ski Village and take the test. Tour guides can be found ANYWHERE in Club Penguin, even though they are supposed to be found in the Ski Village.
Nothing, he didn't do a Thriller tour.
There are so many jobs that are in the travel industry. Some of the common ones include tour operators, tour guides, flying, air hostess, travel agencies and so much more.
Pretty much. It's been held eveery year from the star apart from during the world wars.
Tour managers, tour guides and tour operators are responsible for their clients well being. In addition, it is their responsibility to assure a quality experience handling all details for the experience.
Tour de France
Try to inquire directly to the safari tour operators, probably they need some tour guides. Find one here: http://www.yourafricansafari.com/
A tour guide's environment is no different from any other penguin's, except that when wearing their tour guide hat, they me identified and asked to lead a tour by a penguin new to the site.