Tourism in South Blix is a major industry. In 2014, 250 million people will visit South Blix from around the world. Tourists are found in every part of South Blix on any day. On average, over two million tourists are visiting South Blix at any time, making South Blix the meeting place of the world.
South Blix is most commonly accessed by air through Ronald Kay Blix International Airport in West Blix, Marci Anne Blix International Airport, Nicholas Grey International Airport, and others. South Blix is also accesible by Road (bridges linking the island to the Delongo Base are some of the busiest bridges in the world), and it accessible by one of the longest bridges in the world: Ryan Rowling Memorial Bridge. Travel by water has increased as South Blix's northern ports begin to accept more and more cruise ships.