Various experts and researchers have also claimed that wage regression is positively influenced by the climate variables like snowfall, extreme heat and cloudy days. But the rent regression is negatively affected by these factors. In this case, these factors can be considered as disamenities. On the other hand, clear days have a negative impact on wage regression. But it has a positive impact on the rent regression. In this case, the influencing factor is considered as an amenity. If a season has experienced much of the disamenities, then the providers will be forced to increase the price. In some cases, this hike is so high that tourists completely turn their faces away from those goods or services.
Thus, the overall economy feels a wrath. The situation becomes the opposite when a season is full of clear days. The wage regression is negatively affected. Therefore, the providers usually do not increase the price or increases a little. This is not at all a concern for the cultural tourists. The consumption either becomes stable or experiences a growth and this leads to the economic welfare of that region (Corden & Neary, 1982) .
It is crucial to note that the economic growth in the tourism specialized countries is much higher than those countries who are not specialized in tourism. The endogenous growth model has an independent impact on tourism. The specialized countries are very like to ensure sustainable growth because of their strategy that focuses on long-run development (Diamond, 1974). But most of the studies are conducted in the countries that have low per capita income. Cultural tourism can be considered as the most important factor in the economic growth only until these tourism-specialized countries attain an acceptable per capita income.
It cannot be denied that the tourism industry has seen a remarkable growth in the recent years. The whole world is experiencing this development because the international tourists are becoming more and more interested in the exploration of the culture of the destination places. There are a number of factors that influences the tourists to select a destination, purchase a product, and get access to a service.