Forbes names Tunisia among 7 countries to become «Rising Stars» in Travel

Forbes names Tunisia among 7 countries to become «Rising Stars» in Travel

Forbes has designated Tunisia among the top 7 countries with the potential to become significant tourist destinations in the post-COVID period.

[…] As the global tourism industry struggles in the midst of this unprecedented downturn, many nations around the world are preparing for a boom in international visitors once travel is more feasible – for some countries, this could be their first opportunity to establish themselves as a prominent regional force for tourism. While the following countries have yet to become world-class destinations, the ingredients are all there – pristine natural beauty, historic ruins, and fascinating cultural experiences can be encountered in abundance across all seven of these highly underrated nations […]

reads the article by contributor Jared Ranahan.

The author notes that the top 7 tourist destinations in the post-COVID world are: Tunisia, Iran, Myanmar (Burma), Georgia, The Philippines, Slovenia, and Ethiopia.

The Forbes article writes the following about Tunisia:

Rife with picturesque Mediterranean beaches, ancient ruins, and Maghrebi cuisine, Tunisia is shaping up to be the perfect destination for those wishing to experience the vibrant and unique culture of North Africa. For many potential visitors, the nation’s extensive coastline serves as a major draw – the northeastern Cap Bon peninsula is packed with idyllic white-sand beaches, with the bustling capital of Tunis just a short distance away.

The article continues to report that «For history enthusiasts, the remnants of Carthage, one of the wealthiest cities to exist during the classical era, is an absolute must-see, while more daring adventurers can make the trek south for a tour of the Sahara Desert, the perfect destination for encountering remnants of historic Berber settlements

 

Link to the article: https://www.forbes.com/sites/jaredranahan/2020/05/30/best-tourist-destinations-after-coronavirus/