The MENA (Middle-East and North Africa) region is one of the highest growth areas for the tourism industry. Tourism consulting provided by the MENA Research Partners confirmed that the region is well poised to have total tourism receipts worth US$ 350 billion by the year 2027. Improved security is one of the major reasons for the rebound in Egypt. Some of the attractions cited to be of top value are the Louvre Museum in Abhu Dhabi, Warner Bros. World also in Abu Dhabi, the Marriott Mena House Hotel in Cairo, Qarawiyyin Library in Morocco and the King Abdulaziz Centre for World Culture in Saudi Arabia. Some lesser known tourism gems can be developed along Jordan and Morocco. Oman too has made a name for itself in high-end sustainable travel. But of all the destinations, it is Dubai that is reaping in the maximum benefits. A third of all inbound tourist receipts go to Dubai. The demographics have changed a bit, with Qataris no longer coming in. But there are more number of Europeans, Indians, Russians and especially Chinese coming in.


Uploaded Date:27 September 2018

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