ALGERIAN TOURISM FACES SEVERAL PROBLEMS

Kevin Eagan -
A coastline of over 1,600 kilometers, an ancient city (Djemila) in the Highlands at Setif, a breath-taking canyon (Ghoufi) in the Aures, the majestic Mount Assekrem in Tamanrasset and much more. At fi...

BRETON TOURISM SUFFERED A DECREASE IN VISITOR NUMBERS

James Morris -
After a record year for Breton tourism in 2015, the number of visitors to this French region declined last year. According to the Regional Tourism Committee, the decrease was caused by the school cale...

MEXICO: MEDICAL TOURISM RELIES ON THE U.S.

Nik Fes -
The professional care of the Mexico’s health sector and savings of up to 80% in medical procedures could be the spark needed to ignite the industry....

TOURISM IN IRAN LOSING AIR CONNECTIONS

Andrew J. Wein -
European airlines are gradually cancelling direct flights to Iran which is expected to be quite a blow for the tourism in Iran. ...

NICARAGUA LACKS PROPER TOURISM STRATEGY

Pat Hyland -
Throughout the last years, tourism in Nicaragua has been growing – both the number of tourists as well as the revenues have increased. However, according to local tourism stakeholders the potential is...