Economists consider tourism a large contributor to the GDP (Gross Domestic product). This is why many resource dependent countries try to develop a reliable tourism sector anticipating financial hardship once their resources are fully exhausted. UAE (United Arab Emirates) is one of the Middle Eastern countries that has taken huge […]
Tourism is now a multi billion-dollar world wide industry. There are millions of people with enough energy, curiosity, and money who want to travel and experience different cultures, or scenery, or simply to sunbathe and swim. By definition a tourist is a traveller who wants to see pleasant sceneries, visit […]
Some countries derive substantial benefits from tourism. Millions of low- or non-skilled are employed and the country earns “hard” currency. There are only a few tourist generating countries – the USA, the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, Germany, France, Italy, Scandinavian countries, Japan, and now increasingly, China. Certainly there are many […]
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Tourism contributes significantly to the GDP (Gross Domestic Product) and employment of many countries. It is widely accepted that international tourism grew from 1970’s to 2008 every year more than three per cent. After the Great recession caused by huge American near banks and banks with the complicity of the […]
Visa Requirments Traveling and tourism traffic are becoming more and more expensive, not to mention complex. In the recent past, if you wanted to travel, all you had to do was apply for a passport, book a flight, or a passage on a transatlantic boat. Now there are many options, […]
Travel and Tourism Terrorism is defined as the systematic use of violent activities to coerce, defeat, or generate fear. While some pundits claim that there is no internationally accepted definition, the above of all definitions seems to be the most acceptable. Terrorism may be perpetrated by religious, or political, or […]