Tourism after the pandemic
Tourist sitting all alone in the grass, on the mountains, with a face mask on and keeping social distance from other tourists.

Tourism after the pandemic

As the COVID-19 pandemic unfurls, soaring global tourism industry numbers have fallen like a stone with determined patterns moving significantly from the anticipated 3-4% yearly development to a 20-30% decay for 2020 (UNWTO, 2020).  As indicated by its April 14, 2020 brief, the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) gauges that 75 million jobs are in danger worldwide with an expected Travel and Tourism GDP loss of up to $2.1 trillion this year (WTTC, 2020). As 166 nations limit travel into their public regions, worldwide travel has arrived at a close despite the travel industry's objections.  Impact of lockdown The…

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Top ideas to explore Mongolia

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Mongolia is a country and lies between Russia and China and with 1.7 people per square kilometer, Mongolia has the lowest population among all independent countries in the world. Mongolia is also known as the ‘Land of the Blue Skies’ as they have around 250 sunny days per year. Good sunglasses are therefore highly recommended while traveling around this country. However, in winter the temperature can drop to -30 °C  (-22 F) The highest peak season for tourists is between May and September. Hikers and adventure lovers would be fascinated by this wonderful destination. To explore Mongolia, we have found 10 top highlights that…

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