MOROCCAN E-VISAS SERVICES SUPPORT THE INBOUND TOURISM

Pat Hyland -
Since replacing the paper visa with its electronic counterpart, Morocco has received 129,000 e-visa applications, including 124,000 for leisure tourism and 5,000 for business. According to Tourism Min ...

CRUISE TRAVEL IS A GROWING TOURISM SEGMENT IN SPAIN

Justin N. Froyd -
The cruise travel sector in Spain has surpassed the pre-pandemic booking levels after overcoming Covid-19 restrictions. Several companies are expected to see billings between 40% and 50% higher than i ...

GROWING NUMBER OF PEOPLE ARE LEARNING CHINESE ONLINE

Theodore Slate -
Learning languages is an essential part of the life of many people and, as many other things in the present time, it has seen some big changes in the aftermath of the Covid-19 pandemic. The crisis, ...

CHINESE TRAVEL AGAIN, BUT NOT FAR FROM HOME

Laura Loss -
After a difficult summer tourist season caused by the spread of the Covid-19 Delta variant throughout the country, China’s domestic tourism is set to revive yet again for the upcoming Mid-Autumn Festi ...

CUBAN TOURISM RECOVERY IS THE SLOWEST

Larry Brain -
The official website Cubadebate has presented a study in collaboration with Oxford Economics, which brings a sign of hope for the Cuban tourism industry. The regime has invested much money into this s ...