This is not a 9-5pm Monday - Friday environment, but also means you can often travel at more typically quiet times, or on cheaper fares as you're avoiding the stereotypical "office hours".
A high level of responsibility - within leisure and tourism you'll be responsible for ensuring that customers get their money's worth. As I said, you can really make a memory that lasts a lifetime, you'll need to be quick thinking and operationally savvy.
Progression - in the leisure sector this can be quick.
Job satisfaction - helping people to enjoy their free time, reach their fitness potential and travel the world can be incredibly rewarding.
Flexibility - depending on the industry, employees can be hired on seasonal contracts. Opportunities for part-time work and career breaks are also often available. It takes a wide variety of people with varied flexibility to make this industry work. This makes it a great industry to "learn your craft".