Incentive programs to stimulate tourism


Countries around the world are scrambling to attract tourists by any means necessary as the world emerges from the coronavirus pandemic in a bid to revive their economies.

The Maldives have launched a ” Visiting, vaccinating and vacations and offer tourists the two Covid jabs during their vacation, which means they will have to stay a few weeks.

Maldives Tourism Minister Abdulla Mausoom said people were moving further on the pandemic’s ‘work from home’ trend, extending their vacations and working from sunny destinations.

A negative PCR test taken within the previous 96 hours is mandatory on arrival in the Maldives, unless travelers have received both coronavirus vaccines at least 14 days prior to travel.

Malta offered to pay tourists to visit, provided they book in hotels on the island.

Several countries, including Barbados, Mauritius and Croatia target remote workers by offering visas for extended stays of up to one year.

Sicily offers include a 50% refund on airline tickets, one free night in a hotel, and free entry to museums and sights

Cancun offers include a third night free in a hotel and a partial refund of the airfare.

Japan offers a wide range of offers on the condition that tourists book through Japanese travel agencies or make direct reservations with hotels and hostels.

Bulgaria will pay for lounge chairs, lounge chairs and tables at the beach.

A Las Vegas hotel offers 1,000 free flights to the city.

Cyprus will pay for all your vacation expenses if you catch the virus on the spot.

It might be time Mallorca has it developed its own program to boost tourism?

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