Experts in the tourism sector suggest tourists to avoid holiday destinations which suffer from tourism and health problems. ” recommending tourist destinations for the summer season is not easy due to the variety of tourist destinations that can be found all over the world. In face of this crisis more than 40 experts from 12 different countries have come together to provide a set of unique recommendations for those in charge of beach management at beach resorts in Latin America and south western Europe in the face of this crisis produced by natural calamities like the recent floods in Italy. The experts have highlighted key areas for tourists to avoid such vacation destinations.
This report forms part of a study entitled “Eco tourism: sunscreen, sun and sand tourism in Latin America”. The study was released ahead of the summer season, when tourist destinations are especially popular among visitors. The study suggests that sun, sea and sand tourism will be even more popular during the following year (end of 2009). This is due to the fact that the World Health Organisation has declared that the Caribbean islands affected by the recent hurricanes will have less seasonal sunshine and less annual rainfall.
Experts warn against putting lives at risk by booking hotels that are too distant or too crowded. “There are different types of sun and beach tourism that tourists can choose from. If you want to enjoy all sun, sea and sand, then choose destinations that are located in the centre of a large city. Avoid destinations that are situated in regions where there are high amounts of tourists,” according to the study. The Caribbean islands that suffered from hurricanes are also highly affected by the climate change, so it is advisable for tourists to stay away from those Caribbean destinations that are affected by hurricanes or tropical storms.
Experts recommend that if you are planning a trip to the Caribbean, avoid any activities that require overnight stays. The reason is that these overnight stays are more likely to put you in contact with diseases. Furthermore, tourism offices in the cities that suffer from heavy damages usually require higher insurance rates because of this factor. In inland tourism, the costs of accommodation are cheaper because there are fewer visitors to the cities.
In the wake of Hurricane Charlie, Spain’s tourism industry suffered a huge blow, but the country has bounced back with great vigour in the last few years. A recent study shows that the situation has changed for the better in the UK. One of the reasons cited for this is the increasing number of international students who opt for Spain as a study abroad destination. With many people choosing to study in Spain instead of other European countries, the UK’s popularity as a sun and sea resort has declined over the years. However, a recent study shows that this decline is not being driven solely by overseas students.
The number of tourists visiting the UK has been on the rise over the past few years, and this has resulted in cheaper air fares, increased accommodation options, and lower rental prices at some popular destinations. In some cases, this has resulted in British tourists bypassing destinations such as Turkey and Egypt. One of the reasons why the UK’s popularity as a sun and sea destination has decreased is because the UK’s destinations tend to be crowded, overpriced, and suffering from low quality facilities. In addition, the British weather makes it very difficult for outdoor activities. In contrast, there are many sun and surf destinations across the Atlantic Ocean in Europe and South America that attract small, family groups, as well as group cruises and tour packages. Additionally, some of these destinations are ideal year round holiday destinations.
When comparing with other European destinations, the UK ranks relatively high in terms of overall health and wellness. This is mainly due to the fact that many people suffering from air pollution to visit the country. Moreover, the British weather makes it easy to enjoy the warm beach weather. On the flip side, this means that the tourist experience in the UK can be slightly less appealing than destinations in European countries with similar climates. It is important to note that air conditioning is usually more expensive in the UK than it is in other European countries, which may explain why the average stay for overnight stays is higher in the UK.
Finally, one of the most noticeable trends regarding sun and beach tourism is the large number of tourists that visit cities such as Liverpool, Manchester, and London. These destinations are often full of people suffering from a variety of different ailments, which may make them less appealing to those seeking a more tranquil environment. For example, air conditioning costs significantly more in the UK than it does in many European countries, which may explain why so many people visit cities like Liverpool and Manchester. It is also easier to get around the city by road and rail, as opposed to air travel, and consequently, more tourists seem willing to forego airfare in favour of more affordable options. Finally, it should be noted that the number of overnight stays in these cities is quite high, which again could be a factor in why the average overnight stay is higher in these cities than other destinations.