Inbound Tourism to the Middle East and North Africa
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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Abu Dhabi activities during holiday Actual demand profiles Airlines Ajman Algeria attract Bahrain cent Database U.S. Bureau Demographic Profile Gender desert safari Domestic Product GDP)(US Dubai Economic Outlook Database Egypt enjoying the atmosphere Enjoying the hotel enjoying the sun Europe excursions Experiencing local culture festival Fujairah Gross Domestic Product growth Holiday 80 holiday City holiday City break holiday in city IMF World Economic Inter-regional Intraregional Total International Database U.S. International Tourism Receipts International Tourist Arrivals Intraregional visitor profiles Jordan Kuwait Lebanon Libya Main activities MENA Region Middle East million Morocco Population midyear potential visitors Profile Gender Males promote Purpose of trip Qatar Relaxing Saudi Arabia sea side holiday Sharjah Sharjah International Airport shopping malls sightseeing tour source markets Syria Tourism Organization WTO trip Holiday Tunisia Type of holiday Upper education 60 Upper income 60 visa visitor arrivals water sports World Tourism Organization Yemen