This articles aims to discuss the long-term and short-term influence on number of overseas visitors, price index, and exchange rate. Using Johansen Cointegration Method and ARDL Bounds testing, the long-term balance of different variants and the opposite results of existing and non-existing are reached. The short-term analysis by ARDL finds that the number of outbound visitors during a fixed term should be a fixed figure, and if the number is excessively high during earlier months, then the willingness for outbound tourism of that month will be affected, and consequently, the number of outbound visitors will reduce. This study also uses generalized impact to reflect function and carries out analysis on dynamic impact of different phases among variants. It finds that industrial production index also has a brief negative impact on the number of outbound visitors within short time, other than the brief impact by outbound visitors' own short-time significant influence, concerning the influence on outbound visitors.