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AMID A SERIES OF UNFORTUNATE SOCIO-ECONOMIC AND POLITICAL EVENTS IN THE EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN AND NORTH AFRICAN REGION OVER THE PAST FEW YEARS,

WITH AN IMPROVED VISA FACILITATION PROGRAMME IN PLACE AND A NEW WAVE OF DETERMINATION AND TOURISM CONFIDENCE, AZERBAIJAN IS EMERGING AS AN EVEN MORE ATTRACTIVE HOLIDAY DESTINATION FOR

DESPITE UNPREDICTED SETBACKS IN CERTAIN AREAS, TOURISM STAKEHOLDERS IN THE RED SEA REGION REMAIN UNDETERRED IN THEIR PURSUIT OF PLACING THE DESTINATION FIRMLY BACK ON THE TOURIST

“Aqaba is the only Jordanian coastal city and is located on a large gulf at the northern tip of the Red Sea,” explained Layali Nashashibi, director of public and community relations, Jordan, Mövenpick Resort & Residences Aqaba.

For some time now, Moroccan tourism has been consolidating its development and the positioning of its brand, according to Tarik Kerdoudi, director of sales and marketing, Mövenpick Hotel Casablanca, who elaborated that the country’s authenticity

FULLY ACKNOWLEDGING AN UNPRECEDENTED GROWTH POTENTIAL, MOROCCO IS TAKING STRIDES TO POSITION ITS TOURISM INDUSTRY AT THE FOREFRONT OF FUTURE DEVELOPMENT.