For A Common Tourism Strategy In Central Africa
The Central Africa region, located in the Gulf of Guinea has significant tourist resources in terms of both nature and culture. This potential allows indeed, the practice of different forms of tourism: rural, urban, ecotourism, business and mountain or nature tourism. Unfortunately, these touristic attractions are ignored and under-exploited, as each country is managing its touristic activity. Nevertheless, tourism is a deposit of revenues in foreign exchange and employment, and it is also a tool in the fight against poverty. If there was an appropriate tourism policy of the sub-region, this sector would be better. The aim of this study is to present a common tourism strategy for the countries of Central Africa
Volume (Year): 19 (2010)
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