CAMBODIA: ARCHEOLOGICAL SITE THREATENED BY MASS TOURISM

Andrew J. Wein -
The temples of Angkor Wat in Cambodia are among the most beautiful and popular archaeological sites in the world. Five million tourists visit the place every year. Overcrowding however, has dramatic c...

MAIN CITY OF ZANZIBAR IS A FLOURISHING HOLIDAY DESTINATION

Larry Brain -
In 2004, the old fort of Stone Town, capital of Zanzibar, became a tourist attraction, a free space populated by street vendors. Since then its popularity has been growing and today it is a well-known...

REMEMBRANCE TOURISM BENEFITS NORMANDY

Andrea Hausold -
Last week, June 6, France commemorated the 75th anniversary of the Allies landing on the beaches of Normandy in the presence of Donald Trump and Emmanuel Macron. About 160 Second World War veterans we...

QATAR’S TOURISM RESISTS THE BOYCOTT OF GCC COUNTRIES

Nik Fes -
In recent years, Qatar’s tourism sector has been suffering greatly from the boycott of GCC countries. The tourism inflow decreased from 1.5 million in 2017 to not more than a million (945 thousand) in...

TOURISM IN HONDURAS – NEW LAW, HOTELS, AND A CRUISE PORT

Bill Alen -
Tourism in Honduras awaits a new bill to be passed. With the approval of the Law of Incentive for Tourism more than 250,000 jobs will be generated in the next two years. Intensive development in the h...