North Africa Destination Tourism Insight Report including International Arrivals, Domestic Trips, Key Source / Origin Markets, Trends, Tourist Profiles, Spend Analysis, Key Infrastructure Projects and Attractions, Risks and Future Opportunities, 2022 Update
Analysis of destination markets, infrastructure and attractions, main and emerging source markets, as well as risks and opportunities in North Africa. This report explores the types of travelers that visit the region as well as a SWOT analysis.
- In 2020, Egypt's luxury hotel industry was 36% larger than that of both Tunisia and Morocco. In 2021, however, this reduced to 27% of incoming expenditure. The decline in Egypt's budget hotels between xx and xx will have an effect on the average cost per hotel stay.
- Domestic tourism in North Africa is dominated by VFR, which will account for 48% of all trips in 2021, followed by leisure (30%), personal journeys (12%), and business (10+%). VFR tourism was the least affected by the pandemic, with total trips falling 21% in 2021, compared to 2019.
- Prior to the pandemic, the United States was one of the most rapidly expanding source markets for North Africa, with incoming visitors increasing at a CAGR of 16% between 2015 and 2019, making the United States North Africa's fifth largest market. Between 2015 and 2019, the number of tourists visiting Morocco and Egypt increased by nearly 5,00,000.
- This report is part of GlobalData's Destination Market Insights Series. These reports provide an in-depth analysis of a tourist destination and its key source markets, as well as an assessment of the trends and issues in the covered destination market, in this case North Africa.
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