IELTS Speaking Part 3 is a discussion in which the IELTS examiner will ask you a number of questions on a specific topic and expect you to give full answers (approximately 1+ minute for each answer). Below are a number of questions related to travel that an examiner may ask in IELTS Speaking Part 3.
Why do people choose to travel?
Why do some people dislike travelling?
What do people need to do before travelling to another country?
Is there any difference between young tourists and adult tourists?
Do you prefer to travel alone or in a group? Why?
What is the main difference between a local and a foreign tourist?
What do you think are the impacts of tourism in your country?
What are some of the negative impacts of tourism?
In what ways can tourism benefit a local community?
How has the tourism industry changed in your country in the last 20 years?
What’s the most important factor for a successful tourist attraction?
What qualities and skills does a successful tour guide need?
Which method of travel do you consider the safest?
How easy is it to travel around your country?
Has travel become safer in recent years?
What are the pros and cons of low-cost air travel?
How do you think people will travel in the future?
How do you think travelling today is different from what it was several decades ago?
How has travel changed in your country?
In 20 or 30 years, how do you think travelling will be different compared to how it is today?