Items filtered by date: June 2018

The Federation of Tourism Associations of Nigeria (FTAN) has confirmed that preparations are in top gear for its 21st Annual General Meeting (AGM), which has been scheduled to hold on Wednesday July 11 at the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja. Speaking on this development, the President of FTAN, Alhaji Rabo

Published in Travel Event News

In Spain there aren’t too many tourists, but the country is lacking tourism planning, says Professor Manuel Figuerola, director of the study, in response to those who believe that it is necessary to set a ceiling on the industry’s growth.

Published in GLOBAL TOURISM NEWS

The arrivals of tourists in official accommodations should amount to 50.3 million, a million more than last year. Moreover, there is a positive trend in terms of source market growth for the Italian tourism.

Published in GLOBAL TOURISM NEWS

As people in emerging markets see their disposable income increase, they are free to decide where to spend their holidays, where to study and where to do business abroad.

Published in GLOBAL TOURISM NEWS

On a more micro scale, there are also many leisure-related businesses that rely on tourist income to make them profitable. Naturally, hotels and bars are obvious choices but there is another sector that is almost as reliant and that’s casinos.

Published in GLOBAL TOURISM NEWS

After the just concluded 61st United Nations World Tourism Organisation – Commission for Africa (UNWTO-CAF) in Abuja, the Federation of Tourism Associations of Nigeria (FTAN) has stated that Nigeria tourism cannot effectively flourish without harnessing some cultural components.

Published in LEISURE TOURISM

Since June 1, 2018, the e-visa entry in Ethiopia is accessible to all nationalities and opens to business travel.

Published in GLOBAL TOURISM NEWS

According to Mohamed Ouanaya, CEO of the redevelopment company for the port area of ​​Tangier (SAPT) "the objective is to welcome 300,000 cruise passengers in 2020 and 750,000 in 2025".

Published in GLOBAL TOURISM NEWS

Following the last UNWTO/CAF event held in Abuja Nigeria, between June 4th to 6th 2018, office of the United Nations World Tourism Organisation in Spain recently released this communique.

Published in GLOBAL TOURISM NEWS

The major expectation of Chinese tourists, according to Thierry Hellin, is disconnection with daily life, stress and an environment free of pollution.It is well known that Chinese tourists are a hot issue on the travel market.

Published in GLOBAL TOURISM NEWS
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