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Region: Africa
Category: Travel & Leisure

Africa Travel & Leisure

(247 reports matching your criteria)
  • Cote d'Ivoire Tourism Q1 2019

    ... the market has a number of factors with strong monetisation potentialincluding cultural and historical sites, beaches and wildlife, but the short-to medium-term outlook remains depressed. The countryhas been plagued by civil conflict and political unrest ... Read More

  • Botswana Tourism Q1 2019

    ... fruit. Botswana stands to benefit from a growing reputation withsignificant tourism attractions based around wildlife safari, natural attractions and eco-tourism. Additional drivers underpinninggrowth will include growing demand for air travel, rising disposable incomes in key ... Read More

  • Mauritius Tourism Q1 2019

    ... premium tourist destination, offering a multitude of pristinebeaches, world-class luxury hotels and a number of excursions targeted at the wildlife and adventure seekers alike. Underlyinggrowth in international arrivals and tourism receipts will be driven by ... Read More

  • Travel in Mozambique

    ... from 54TWh in 2016 to 49TWh in 2017. Lower supply was a result of the abrupt 1600MW Hazelwood coal-fired power plant closure in March 2017, followed by major December storms which disrupted supply in North-east ... Read More

  • Uganda Tourism Q1 2019

    ... as well as numerous national parks and nature reserves,some of which are home to gorillas that represent a major tourism draw. Uganda is keen to attract more tourists and in turn boosttourism-related spending and the ... Read More

  • Zambia Tourism Q4 2018

    ... sector. The country will remain reliant on its neighbours for tourismarrivals and receipts will remain low. While Zambia boasts abundant natural attractions, such as safari parks and Victoria Falls, whichwill continue to entice visitors to ... Read More

  • Kenya Tourism Q4 2018

    ... pristine beaches, a reputation for wildlife viewing and adeveloped safari network. The market had been hard hit by a series of terror attacks and domestic political unrest in recent years.Nevertheless, the future is brighter with ... Read More

  • Zimbabwe Tourism Q4 2018

    ... which was not derailed by the coup in November whichresulted in Emmerson Mnangagwa assuming the presidency. Mnangagwa's openness to economic reforms offers the tourismsector the opportunity for recovery from the mismanagement of the last two ... Read More

  • Travel in Mauritius

    ... region, Mauritius has had to look for new markets. To tap into new territories and compete effectively with destinations offering the same, it has embarked on an aggressive marketing campaign, branding the country as being ... Read More

  • Travel in Tanzania

    ... in Africa to own and manage national parks after South Africa, which leads with 22 tourist wildlife-protected parks. The country offers a diverse tourism product, ranging from wildlife and safaris to Mount Kilimanjaro, which offers ... Read More

  • Travel in Tunisia

    ... markets, such as the UK and Belgium, are lifting travel restrictions to Tunisia, while the country’s highly competitive prices are attracting tourists from emerging markets, Eastern Europe and the Middle East. In particular, Tunisia is ... Read More

  • Travel in Cameroon

    ... the Anglophone crisis. While contained within a few areas of the country, the crisis has the potential to become more dangerous and widespread. Nonetheless, inbound flows continued to rebound in 2018, with the key source ... Read More

  • Travel in Algeria

    ... Algeria appears to have become the most fashionable destination in the Maghreb. Unfortunately, however, such good press was not enough to drive a significant increase in the number of inbound arrivals in 2018. Euromonitor International's ... Read More

  • Travel in Nigeria

    ... mainly because the country is a major investment location and travel is strongly motivated by business. The destination also has few options in relation to relaxation or casual enjoyment. Euromonitor International's Travel in Nigeria report ... Read More

  • Ethiopia Tourism Q4 2018

    ... economic hub of Addis Ababa, offer plenty of attractionsto holidaymakers and business visitors alike. We note that growth in the market has been arrested by political and social unrest,terrorism and sporadic outbreaks of violence. The ... Read More

  • South Africa Tourism Q4 2018

    ... variety of attractions, including beach destinations, historical and culturallandmarks and famed safari holidays. Nevertheless, the market’s growth prospects are constrained due to a number of obstaclesand challenges including a fragile domestic political situation and highly ... Read More

  • Egypt Tourism Q4 2018

    ... attacks and a poor domestic political and security situation. After a longperiod of contraction the market is once again displaying promising signs of visitor and investor sentiment. We are of the view thatEgyptian tourism contains ... Read More

  • Namibia Tourism Q4 2018

    ... government visa relaxation efforts, hotel and infrastructuredevelopments and promotion of ecotourism and sustainable holidays. The country attracts a large number of visitors from regionalAfrican source markets but an ever-expanding network of flight connections into Windhoek’s ... Read More

  • Lodging in South Africa

    ... services, has also affected lodging. In addition, the increasing choice and availability of low-cost airlines in the country, coupled with increased flight capacity on popular routes during peak times, has led to a decline in ... Read More

  • Travel in South Africa

    ... has continued to record growth, particularly with increasing focus on domestic tourism. The South African Tourism Board continues to implement aggressive marketing to increase the branding of the country as both a leisure and a ... Read More

  • Tourism Flows in Kenya

    ... air connectivity, the new visa-on-arrival policy for African visitors and introduction of direct flights between Kenya and the US. Growth can also be attributed to government support through the Tourism Recovery Programme; an initiative that ... Read More

  • Tourism Flows in South Africa

    ... as both a leisure and a business destination. The strategies are primarily focused on domestic, regional African and long-haul overseas source markets. The country’s weak exchange rate continues to be one of the key driving ... Read More

  • Egypt Hotels Market Analytics to 2022: Rooms and Revenue Analytics

    ... recent years and is also expected to evolve in similar fashion in the near future. During 2013-2017 the overall room occupancy rate in Egypt inclined at a CAGR of 7.85% with 51.85% of occupancy rate ... Read More

  • South Africa Hotels Market Analytics to 2022: Rooms and Revenue Analytics

    ... the recent years and is also expected to evolve in similar fashion in the near future. During 2013-2017 the overall room occupancy rate in South Africa inclined at a CAGR of 1.17% with 61.84% of ... Read More

  • Kenya Hotels Market Analytics to 2022: Rooms and Revenue Analytics

    ... recent years and is also expected to evolve in similar fashion in the near future. During 2013-2017 the overall room occupancy rate in Kenya declined at a CAGR of -1.07% with 42.26% of occupancy rate ... Read More

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