WILDLIFE TOURISM MARKET GETS ITS CLAWS OUT

Dan Rang -
The global wildlife tourism market is valued at US$135 billion today and is expected to be worth US$219.9 billion by 2032 at a CAGR (compound annual growth rate) of 5% between 2022 and 2032. ...

EQUATORIAL GUINEA LAUNCHES ITS E-VISA SERVICE

Andrea Hausold -
The government of Equatorial Guinea has officially launched its online visa service. From July 1, 2023, foreign travelers can apply for an e-Visa to visit Equatorial Guinea. ...

CENTRAL AMERICAN TOURISM EXCEEDING PRE-PANDEMIC NUMBERS

James Morris -
Central America and the Dominican Republic have recently announced that they have exceeded the number of tourists that visited before the pandemic. This presents an excellent opportunity for these des ...

OVERTOURISM: ATHENS' ACROPOLIS FALLS VICTIM TO ITS OWN SUCCESS

Michael Trout -
The Acropolis in Athens, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is being overrun by tourists to the point where experts call for measures to stem the flow of travelers. The image is often the same: on the cobb ...

CAYMAN ISLANDS TOURISM REPORTS A STEADY INCREASE

Samuel Dorsi -
Although the Cayman Islands were one of the last Caribbean destinations to fully open to visitors, tourism officials are optimistic about a steady increase in post-pandemic tourism. ...