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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Tourism is a major part of Tunisias economy, and the country relies heavilyon tourism as a source of foreign currency for capital formation. As a result,the sector has received substantial government attention in the form ofinfrastructure development and pro-tourism regulation. Travel and Tourism in Tunisia to 2017 Political shift The country has experienced a political shift caused by rising social and economicinequality during former President BenAlis regime. A newly elected constituentassembly has been formed, although thefocus on tourism is expected to remainunchanged The protests, known as the Jasmine Revolution, caused a major decline in inbound tourism in 2011, and while tourism has rebounded, the country faces the risks of political instability and rising Islamic fundamentalism, which could hamper its image. Tourism in Tunisia also faces competition from other emerging mass-tourism destinations in South-east Asia, and from its neighbor Morocco. With Europe in the midst of a recession, Tunisia is also under pressure to search for new markets to fuel tourism growth in the coming years. Challenges 2011 registered the highest decline with a 30.7% drop. However, 2012 saw growth of 27.5% over 2011, as many tourists returned to the country after the end of the Jasmine Revolution Inbound Tourism Health and wellness tourism has gained momentum in Tunisia in the past few years, leading to growth in demand for spas. Numerous spa resorts have been developed as a result, and many leading hotels alsooffer spa services. Tunisia is also well known for its thalassotherapy centers. Medical tourism is a new field which is expected to grow significantly in Tunisia over the forecast period, due to its medical infrastructure and low-cost but efficient medical services. Health & Wellness Instability Some of the brands featured! TunisAir; Air France; Europcar;Sixt; Sheraton; Hasdrubal Thalassa;Visit Tunisia; Atlantis Voyages;
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