VIETNAM WORKS ON 16 MILLION FOREIGN TOURISTS IN 2018

James Morris -
In 2017, Vietnam received 73 million domestic visitors and nearly 13 million foreign tourists, an increase of nearly 30% on year-on-year basis, with a turnover of approximately 510,000 billion dôngs (...

UZBEKISTAN TO DEVELOP TOURISM SECTOR AFTER YEARS OF STAGNATION

Daniel A. Tanner -
After the death of former leader Islam Karimov, Uzbekistan is looking to open its doors to the world. Shavkat Mirziyoyev, President of Uzbekistan, signed a decree on August 16. A decree “On Priority M...

UNIQUE AND UNUSUAL - BRAND NEW OPPORTUNITY FOR PUBLICITY

After a short summer break, we are glad to introduce an exclusive opportunity for publicity with our new Tourism Review series of articles titled “Unique & Unusual”. The publications will present va...

South African Tourism Faces Security Concerns

Sara Thopson -
The governments of UK, USA and Australia recently warned their citizens against visiting South Africa owing to a high threat of terror attacks especially at shopping malls. The governments stated that ...

TUNISIA TOURISM RECOVERY IS FINALLY CONFIRMED

Richard Moor -
Tunisia tourism recovery seems to be confirmed: the number of tourists making their way to the country skyrocketed by 46.2% between January and May 2017, compared to the data for 2016 during the same ...