Inbound Tourism to the Middle East and North Africa

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World Tourism Organization, 2003 - Business & Economics - 127 pages
This report was presented at a World Tourism Organization seminar, held in Egypt in September 2002, to discuss prospects and trends in tourism to Middle East and North African (MENA) countries. Issues examined include: attitudes towards travel, leisure and holidays; typical activities undertaken and holiday satisfaction levels; perceived barriers to visiting the region; health, safety and security issues. It looks at a range of visitor profiles, both in terms of the identified characteristics of current and potential visitors to the MENA region, and by individual country.

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Visitor profiles overview
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