AZERBAIJAN TOURISM AUTHORITIES REJOICE OVER AN INCREASE

Cecilia Garland -
Last year, Azerbaijan tourism industry was boosted by 2.25 million tourists. One third of them were Russians, as reported by the State Statistics Committee....

AFRICA’S IMMENSE TOURISM POTENTIAL UNDERMINED BY TERRORISM

Alec Hills -
Nigeria, Egypt, Ivory Coast, Cameroon, Tunisia, Burkina Faso, Benin... In recent years, many African countries have been affected by terrorist attacks of varying magnitude. As the continent makes new ...

TOURISM THREATENS THE CORALS OF THE RED SEA’S TURQUOISE WATERS

Denise Chen -
In the Hurghada resort, Egypt, coral reefs are disappearing as tourism bounces back. The crystal-clear turquoise waters are the home of small pink jellyfish, which surround amateur scuba divers from...

TURKEY RETURNING BACK TO THE TOURISM FOREGROUND

Tomas Haupt -
After two particularly weak years, tourists are once again returning to Turkey. While more than 37 million people entered Turkey as tourists last year, more than 40 million are expected this year, acc...

RUSSIAN OUTBOUND TOURISM RETURNS TO PRE-CRISIS LEVEL

Joe McClain -
Turkey is once again a hit with Russian tour operators. At the end of 2015, the sale of Turkish holidays was banned in Russia after a Russian jet was shot down by the Turkish army. It has been a year ...
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