SPIRITUAL TOURISM IN FRANCE ON THE RISE

Theodore Slate -
Whether tourists or pilgrims, more than 51 million people visit religious sites every year in France according to Atout France. Formerly practiced by pilgrims alone, spiritual tourism today attracts a...

TOURISM IN ETHIOPIA IS CHALLANGED BY THE POLITICAL SITUATION

Nils Kraus -
Tourism revenues have been rising for several years in Ethiopia. An economic windfall that could be held back by a social and security context that is not conducive to welcoming visitors....

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...