The Charts Show The Proportion Of Holidaymakers Of One Region Staying In Different Types Of Accommodation

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proportion of holiday makers of one region ielts report

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The charts show the proportion of travelers who opted for different types of accommodation in three years. It can be seen that in 1965, as much as 55% of holiday makers preferred to stay with friends or relatives. While 16% of them stayed in hotels, 15% of them chose camping. The remaining 14% stayed in caravans. Accommodation preferences of holidaymakers changed significantly over the next 20 years. By 1985, the proportion of travelers who stayed in hotels increased to 37% whereas that of travelers who stayed with friends or family dropped to 35%. There was a minor increase in the proportion of those who opted for camping. Meanwhile the takers of caravans dropped from 14% in 1965 to 10% in 1985. By 2005, the popularity of caravans increased significantly with as much as 20% of tourists opting for them. There was not much difference in the proportion of travelers who chose hotels. Camping was the least preferred option in 2005 with only 12% of the travelers opting for it.

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