LACK OF SAFARI TOURISM IN AFRICA IS DANGEROUS FOR ANIMALS

Richard Moor -
Elephants, rhinoceroses, giraffes: to see wildlife on safari, huge numbers of tourists travel to Africa every year. But now the coronavirus pandemic threatens the safari tourism sector and the lives o...

SIDE EFFECT OF COVID – A HUNTING BAN LIFTED TO BOOST TOURISM Video

Andrew J. Wein -
Many countries, regions and islands have received few or no tourists for months and as a result many people have slipped into unemployment. A bitter side effect of the covid crisis: wild animals are a...

MAURITIUS REPORTS TOURIST ARRIVALS DOWN BY 41% COMPARED TO 2020

Richard Moor -
The tourism sector figures were released by Statistics Mauritius last week. While in 2020, the country had welcomed 308,980 tourists, the figure fell to 179,780 for the past year, which represents a d...

OMICRON VARIANT DISCOURAGES GLOBAL TOURISM RECOVERY

Richard Moor -
Tourism businesses that were just beginning to breathe after two catastrophic years of the pandemic are once again gasping for air as measures are introduced to contain the spread of the Omicron varia...
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