The opportunity exists to reset travel and flatten the curve of overtourism. Do we need to relook at the benefits of travelling in the low season?
The UN World Tourism Organization predicted that there would be 1.8 billion international travellers by 2030. In 2018 we were already ahead of that target.
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International tourism growth continues to outpace the global economy; has UNWTO been too conservative with its industry forecast?
More than 1.5 billion international tourist arrivals were recorded globally in 2019, a 4% increase on the previous year, according to the latest United Nations
Big is beautiful in tourism terms, but will that attractiveness last? – top 10 tourism earners account for almost half of total tourism receipts, while top 10 destinations receive 40% of worldwide arrivals
International tourist arrivals grew +5% in 2018, to reach the 1.4 billion mark, two years ahead of the World Tourism Organization’s long-term forecasts, according to
From out of season incentives to wider exploration – cities work to address ever expanding overtourism
From overcrowding on Mount Everest to a glut of tourists triggering a ‘Poppy Apocalypse’ in California, ‘overtourism’ is gaining traction in the mainstream media. Cruise