SAUDI ARABIA TOURISM PLANS BIG DEVELOPMENTS

Tomas Haupt -
As the pilgrimage to Mecca has just finished, the kingdom of Saudi Arabia is also seeking to develop its non-religious tourism industry in order to distance itself from its dependence on oil extractio...

ALGERIA’S TOURISM TO COPY THE SUCCESS OF NEIGHBORS WITH E-VISA

Kevin Eagan -
Electronic visas have been introduced by the authorities to boost Algeria’s tourism while the industry faces several problems including the security situation....

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...

MEXICAN RELIGIOUS TOURISM GENERATES PROFIT OVER USD 0.5 BILLION

Richard Moor -
José Manuel López Campos, president of Mexico’s Confederation of National Chambers of Commerce, Services and Tourism (CONCANACO-SERVYTUR) reported that in recent years, the country has established its...

UZBEKISTAN PLANS TO BECOME ‘THE CENTRE OF HALAL TOURISM’

Nik Fes -
Halal tourism is one of the fastest-growing sectors of the tourism industry. Many countries are trying to attract Muslims from all over the world offering facilities and activities in accordance with ...
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