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The visa requirements for the family tourism market of South Africa have undergone slight changes this year. Starting June 1st, new requirements have been placed on families who wish to travel to South Africa to spend their holiday there.
Tourism data published by Eurostat on the World Tourism Day showed that one-third of all of the non-European Union tourism nights was accounted for by the US and Russia in the European Union (EU). Further, the top extra-European Union destinations for EU tourists were the US and Turkey.
A recent Meetings & Events report by Carlson Wagonlit states that 2015 has been a year of dualities from a global economy standpoint. While North America is once again thriving with a stronger dollar and a demand for accommodation and event hosting that even exceeds the supply that is quickly making itself available in this situation, the rest of the world is falling back.
Indonesia is currently on track of achieving the 10 million tourists mark for the year 2015. This comes despite a temporary setback that occurred when airports across Java and Bali were closed down due to volcanic ash.
Tourism industry continues to thrive against all odds despite massive economic woes that Puerto Rico is facing. Tourists seem to mind less about these problems as they continue to arrive in droves in 2015 while hotel expansion remains on the up and nine cruise ships are already scheduled to visit this amazing island in the current 2015/2016 season.
Atoll islands may be flooded sooner than expected, a new study reveals. The effect of the sea level rise combined with wave-driven floods caused by storms may also actually be worse than predicted, according to this report. If this turns out to be true, more than half a million people may lose their home in the Pacific and Indian Oceans in the near future.
An analysis published by the Hungarian hotels and restaurants association revealed that Hungary’s tourism boom continued to grow without any restraint as the gross income received by the hotels in Hungary during the first seven months of 2015 amounted to a whopping HUF 179.13 billion, an increase of 11.2 percent from the revenues recorded for the same period in the previous year.
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In the upcoming quarter, the general majority of Swiss employers neither plans to hire new staff nor to reduce job offerings. In the hospitality industry however, things are looking much different, as shown by a recent survey conducted by job service Manpower.