NEW STRATEGY MODE FOR MADAGASCAR TOURISM

Lisa Wallin -
Often described as a "nature sanctuary" for its rich fauna and flora, Madagascar, like economies aware of their potential, dreams of a tourism revival. And this, was after the numbers plummeted to 87, ...

‘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 ...

SAO TOME AND PRINCIPE TOURISM SEARCHING FOR INFLUENCE

Tomas Haupt -
With its 211,000 inhabitants, the Democratic Republic of Sao Tome and Principe is, in many ways, considered the natural gem of the Atlantic Ocean. Nicknamed "Chocolate Island" for its richness in co ...

INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT TURNED INTO ATTRACTIONS FOR BARCELONA TRAVEL ENTHUSIASTS

James Morris -
Barcelona has been fighting for years against mass tourism. Before the pandemic, the city counted 50 million overnight stays per year. The center around Plaça de Catalunya was completely overcr ...

UAE TARGETS $122 BILLION ANNUAL TOURISM CONTRIBUTION

Justin N. Froyd -
The United Arab Emirates have launched a new strategic plan for tourism to 2031 with the purpose to increase the tourism contribution to the national GDP up to 122 billion dollars a year. ...
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