Two tourism bodies have signed an agreement to put culture, heritage and communities at the forefront of the post-Covid travel recovery.
WTTC releases major new paper for Inclusive & Accessible Guidelines to aid global Travel & Tourism recovery
Providing accessible travel is both a social imperative and a business opportunity
“Delaying the return of international travel until at least mid-May, could mean the Travel & Tourism sector simply won’t survive.”
As tourism restarts around the world, Telefonica deepens its collaboration with the United Nations specialized agency to advance market intelligence in order to accelerate the sector’s recovery from the impact of COVID-19.
Member States from across Africa have shared their priorities for tourism against the backdrop of COVID-19. As with every other global region, African destinations have been hit hard by the restrictions on travel introduced in response to the pandemic. The sudden and unexpected drop in tourist arrivals has placed many millions of jobs at risk and threatened to roll back the progress made in sustainable development.