MAURITIUS TOURISM REJOICES OVER NEW AIR ROUTES

Andrew J. Wein -
Direct connections between Mauritius and new markets are essential for further development of Mauritius tourism. Additional air routes to Europe and the Middle East have been announced by the authorit...

TUNISIAN TOURISM: SIGNALS OF REVIVAL AHEAD OF 2017 SUMMER SEASON

Nik Fes -
There are signs of a real recovery for Tunisian tourism. The industry has improved in 2016 thanks to security measures, according to officials. However, cautiousness is needed, because it is necessary...

TOURISM IN TUNISIA ENDANGERED DESPITE A RECORD YEAR

Samuel Dorsi -
From January 1 to the end of August this year tourism in Tunisia generated over 2646 million dinars; the equivalent of 870 million euros. In the national currency this was an increase of 46% compared ...

HAWAII TOURISM FEELS THE IMPACT OF KILAUEA VOLCANO ERUPTION

Joe McClain -
After the eruption of Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano in May, many tourists have been discouraged from visiting the tropical state for the summer, which had a serious impact on Hawaii tourism sector, resulti...

TENERIFE TO CLOSE THE YEAR WITH THE HIGHEST NUMBER OF VISITORS IN ITS HISTORY

Michael Trout -
Tenerife tourism expects to close the year with an all-time high record number of visitors, according to the town council president Carlos Alonso, who said that the island could end 2017 with more tha...
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