Terrorism and political turmoil have slashed tourism revenue in some North African countries, leaving governments and businesses desperate to re-ignite interest in the wake of the reputational damage and dwindling numbers.
Three countries, in particular, manifest the grave penalties paid for the outbreak of violence at home and the battle to overcome bad reputations.
However, Tunisia, Kenya, and Egypt may be the three most likely candidates to educate other countries on the ills and the financial repercussions of conflict and the efforts required to regain one’s footing in the international marketplace for tourists.
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