HARD BREXIT CONSEQUENCES FOR THE TRAVELERS

Anna Luebke -
UK is expected to leave the European Union on March 29th this year and all indications point towards the so-called ‘hard’ Brexit, with no deal with the EU, rather than a ‘soft’ solution. This would po...

BIRTH TOURISM – TRUMP TO STOP THE BOOMING BUSINESS

Nik Fes -
President Donald Trump plans to fight the problem of birth tourism. According to drafts of the President’s orders, as obtained by the media, the White House wants to oblige the Department of Homeland ...

MOROCCO: A NEW HOLIDAY HEAVEN FOR CHINESE TOURISTS

Justin N. Froyd -
During a visit to Beijing in May 2016, the Moroccan King Mohammed VI exempted Chinese nationals from visa obligation when traveling to Morocco. The decision has been effective since June 2016. The imp...

TOURISM IN SENEGAL IS ON THE RIGHT TRACK

Tomas Haupt -
Tourism in Senegal reported positive numbers. In 2016, local authorities recorded 1.6 million tourists as compared to the 984 000 visitors in 2015. ...

Tourism Industry Struggling but New Strategy on the Way

Bill Alen -
The data show that 2015 was not the best year for the South Korean tourism industry, with the MERS outbreak forcing a lot of travelers to stay away. To make matters worse, the Asian region saw a clear ...
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