NEPAL’S CAPITAL KATHMANDU REBUILDING ITS WORLD HERITAGE

Nik Fes -
The devastating earthquake of 2015 seriously damaged many temples and palaces of the Kathmandu valley in Nepal. Rebuilding works are slowing down, because Nepal and UNESCO have different views of the ...

U.S. TRAVEL ALERTS HARM TOURISM IN MEXICO

James Morris -
Travel safety alerts regarding Mexico issued by the United States government are causing a slowdown in tourism in Mexico especially with respect to tourism revenue and the number of international trav ...

SPANISH TOURISM INDUSTRY NEEDS URGENT REORGANIZATION

Vanderlei J. Pollack -
Tourism industry is the sector that happens to be the first one in Spain. Tourism, by itself only represents 11% of the P.I.B., a figure that would reach 20% if its impact on the rest of the economy i ...

TURKISH TOURISM IS RECOVERING

Nik Fes -
Turkish tourism is on its way to recovery. In the first 10 months of 2017, Turkey was visited by 29 million foreign tourists. This is 28% more than in the same period last year. ...

TOURISM IN ALGERIA: THE NUMBER OF TOURISTS TO DOUBLE

Denise Chen -
Minister of tourism in Algeria announced his plan to substantially increase the number of tourists. 4.4 million international tourists are expected in Algeria by 2027, in contrast to 2.4 million today ...