NAMIBIA TOURISM AUTHORITIES TO ENCOURAGE DOMESTIC TRAVELERS

William Law -
Namibia tourism delights in the popularity the country receives from its visitors. Namibia’s Hotel Association plans to further facilitate domestic and cultural tourism....

NEW VISA REGULATIONS TO BOOST SOUTH AFRICAN TOURISM INDUSTRY

Kevin Eagan -
South Africa’s new, less strict visa rules could greatly benefit the country’s tourism industry, experts say. These new regulation changes are believed to be especially important seeing as internation...

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 ...

MEDICAL TOURISM IN TURKEY DAMAGED

Sara Thopson -
Turkey’s medical tourism industry isn’t remotely what it used to be, due to the social, political and civil unrest that plagues the country and damages its image internationally. Medical tourism in Tu...
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