SWITZERLAND PLANS TO FOCUS MORE ON HEALTH TOURISM

Justin N. Froyd -
After a successful summer season, the Swiss tourism board, Switzerland Tourism, plans to turn the country into one of the world's leading health tourism destinations. Starting next year, corresponding...

MEDICAL TOURISM IN GERMANY CONTINUES TO BE A SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS

Joe McClain -
Annually, around 250 thousand people from 177 countries receive medical treatment in Germany. Around 100 thousand foreign patients are admitted into German hospitals. It is estimated that between 40 t...

OMANI TOURISM CONTINUES TO INCREASE

Nik Fes -
Year after year, Oman is opening itself to international tourism. The country’s goal is to diversify its economy and with its rich history and impressive variety of landscapes, the sultanate hopes to ...

SKIING AND CRUISES: HALAL TOURISM IS ENTERING THE ERA OF LUXURY

Justin N. Froyd -
Halal tourism is growing rapidly. However, some Muslim tourists are now abandoning popular destinations in favor of more luxurious stays....

MEDICAL TOURISM IN FRANCE: THE CALAIS PHENOMENON AND RESTRAINTS

Nik Fes -
Every year medical tourism is becoming more and more popular, as people travel for treatment or even surgeries to different countries. France is one of the countries that is opening up to this phenome...
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