Tourism Woes Delay Egypt’s Economic Recovery: Destinations Pulse for Feb. 24, 2016
PHOTO: Pyramids of Giza, Egypt (Photo courtesy of Thinkstock)
Tourism Woes Delay Egypt’s Economic Recovery
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When curiosity gets the better of you: One man finds that travel to North Korea is not for the faint of heart. First, there’s the long list of no-nos, then there’s the very real risk of being detained.
Kerala, India, is looking to boost tourism by enticing visitors interested in Ayurvedic treatments – especially retirees who are looking to relax and stay for long periods of time.
“Disgraceful behavior” has led Myanmar officials to ban the climbing of its ancient pagodas. On March 1, the ritual of watching the sunset perched on top of one of these sacred monuments will cease.
As the Mexican peso continues to decline against the dollar, the country is still being overlooked as a tourist destination. Arthur Frommer advises Americans to take advantage of Mexico’s declining cost.
Panama’s Pedasi region, located on the Azuero Peninsula, may just be the next big beach destination in the country – and one perfect for ocean lovers, with paddleboarding, surfing, snorkeling and sport fishing at your fingertips.
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