THAILAND: THE IMPACT OF TOURISM IS NOT ONLY POSITIVE

James Morris -
The turquoise reflections in the beautiful white waters and sands, a wide range of accommodation and advertising campaigns are attracting millions of travelers each year to the coastline of Thailand, ...

GUATEMALA’S TOURISM SET TO GROW BY 13%

Kevin Eagan -
By the end of the year, Guatemala expects a 13% growth in the number of arrivals compared to 2017, according to the INGUAT. In 2019, the Guatemala’s tourism sector will host various international meet...

TOURISM IN EGYPT TO DIVERSIFY THE OFFER AFTER YEARS OF INSTABILITY

Nik Fes -
Egypt’s economy is heavily dependent on tourism. After the uprising against the then president Mubarak in 2011, the subsequent political unrest, and Islamic terror attacks, the number of foreign guest...

ECUADOR’S TOURISM: OVER 100 MILLION US DOLLARS LOST DUE TO NATIONAL STRIKE

Anna Luebke -
Ecuador's tourism industry has been heavily affected by the national protests carried out since October 3, with not only short-term losses, but projected negative consequences over the next six months...

TOURIST SPENDING IN SPAIN WENT UP

Dan Rang -
Spain has increased its record of visitors with high purchasing power by 26%, but it still is only half the amount of the most exclusive visitors other destinations receive. The overall tourist spendi...