Ebola Effects Linger On In Tourism Industry

Bookings from Western tourists have dropped on Ebola fears
Bookings from Western tourists have dropped on Ebola fears

MAUN: Tourism companies in Maun expressed mixed reactions toward performance of the current peak season citing lingering aftereffects of the Ebola outbreak in West Africa and lately the strengthening of the US dollar.

Monitor Business enquired from tourism companies in Maun to find out their performance during the current tourism peak season, which started in March and ends in November.

Wilderness Safaris managing director, Woodrow Grant said the bookings for the current year are down on the previous year as a direct result of the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. 

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