Like everything else in the 21st century traditional tourism has been upended in favor of a new and crazier breed of tourist.
For example, you can go to Cuba to the remote beach town of Playa Santa Lucia and hire a shark guide to take you out for a swim with the bull sharks.
Shark tourism is becoming more common with lots of countries because experts say it has the potential to bring in millions of dollars to the local economy
Let's pause and consider what a bull shark looks like and its nasty disposition. They have more than 350 teeth, a muscular appearance and have the occasional propensity to attack boats and people.
Enough said. It would be a nightmare for people like me who fear sharks more than anything and that includes my wife's wrath when I piss her off!
New Tourism Sites
If you ever go to Florida (for some strange reason) you should check out its newest entertainment destination - TrumpLand.
Young Republicans have been slithering to the new site in greater numbers this season because Trump is making more appearances since announcing he's running for president again.
The most popular attraction takes place beside a penis-shaped swimming pool where Trump (dressed up as a carnival barker) orders his minions to perform tricks in seal costumes. The highlight of the act is when the "seals" flap their flippers in tune with the QAnon anthem.
Tourists like going to Bubblegum Alley in California.
The attraction is a wall that runs for 65 feet that is completely covered with used bubble gum. Pretty exciting don't you think?
Want something more exotic for your vacation destination? Go to India and check out the Karni Mata Temple.
Your hosts will be 20,000 plus rats! Karni Mata is also called the rat goddess by the faithful. The temple was dedicated to her, and rats have been encouraged to hang out there for eons.
In recent years Trump supporters have been gathering at the temple to see who's the biggest rat of the year among them.
Don't Miss This
Have you ever seen "toilet themed art" or gone to a Golden Poop Festival?
If not book a ticket to the Toilet Theme Park in Suwon, South Korea.
New frontiers for tourism are being explored every day around the world in the hope of improving economies.
As it stands, I can go the rest of my life and not see one of the tourism destinations mentioned here and still be a happy man.