Thecontinent of Africa has seer a surge in inbound tourist arrivals. There were a total of sixty- three million foreign visitors in the year 2017, as per business intelligence supplied by the Hospitality Report. This rise is marginally above the global average. In spite of this growth, Africa receives a far lesser proportion of the global travel pie than the leaders, Europe and the runners- up, the Asia- Pacific region. The contribution of the travel and tourism industry to the overall GDP of Africa reached a high of 12% for 2018. There are also a total reported of twenty- two million tourism jobs on the continent. The expenditures have also gone up continent- wide. An increasing number of international hotel brands are primed to entire Africa, in case they haven’t already. Even the air passenger traffic has seen a likewise rise.


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