ESTONIA LOSING FOREIGN TOURISTS WITH FINNS INCREASINGLY ‘IRRITATED’

Nik Fes -
In October of this year, the total number of tourists staying in Estonian hotels increased by 1% compared to the same month last year. At the same time, the number of foreign tourists has decreased, w...

FAVELA TOURISM IN RIO HIT BY INCREASED VIOLENCE

Pat Hyland -
During the Rio Carnival of 2018 taking place between 9th and 19th of February many tourists who come to enjoy the ‘Marvelous City’ may wonder if visiting some of the poorest neighborhoods will be poss...

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...

TOURISM IN TUNISIA ENDANGERED DESPITE A RECORD YEAR

Samuel Dorsi -
From January 1 to the end of August this year tourism in Tunisia generated over 2646 million dinars; the equivalent of 870 million euros. In the national currency this was an increase of 46% compared ...

TOURISM IN SENEGAL IS ON THE RIGHT TRACK

Tomas Haupt -
Tourism in Senegal reported positive numbers. In 2016, local authorities recorded 1.6 million tourists as compared to the 984 000 visitors in 2015. ...