‘WORSE THAN COVID-19’: WILDFIRES HIT TOURISM IN TURKEY HARD

Laura Maudlin -
Tourism in Turkey is facing yet another crisis – wildfires. Many tourists are cancelling their vacations, causing further trouble to an already devastated industry. Burning forests and villages ...

HALAL TOURISM WILL RESUME IN 2023

Sara Thopson -
Before the arrival of the Covid-19 pandemic, halal tourism was experiencing strong growth. Nearly 160 million Muslim tourists traveled in 2019 compared to 42 million travelers in 2020, the latest repo...

CROATIAN TOURISM REPORTS ABOUT 20% OF THE USUAL NUMBER OF GUESTS

Theodore Slate -
Croatian tourism is expecting a drastic 75% drop in revenues this year which is a sharp contrast to last year’s record in revenues from foreign tourists of 10 billion euros. The number of guests drama...

NO NEWS ABOUT NICARAGUAN TOURISM - 9 MONTHS WITHOUT STATISTICS

Ashley Nault -
The Central Bank of Nicaragua (BCN), which generally releases the Nicaraguan tourism statistics in advance, has been falling behind throughout 2019, meaning that the full impact of the economic recess...

BALI NOT EXPECTED TO OPEN TO TOURISTS UNTIL LATE 2022

Pat Hyland -
Bali is one of the most sought-after destinations for beach vacations worldwide. But its opening to visitors has been delayed again - probably until the end of 2022....
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