PRN: Predicts a Bright Future for the Middle East's Tourism Industry

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PARIS, December 20, 2011 /PRNewswire/ --

-The Middle East is poised to become an incredibly popular destination with tourists from around the globe-

Easyvoyage, an online travel and hotel reviews company, believes that destinations in the Middle East will increase in popularity over the next couple of years. There are already several resorts in the Middle East that are incredibly popular with tourists and currently there is a steady demand for cheap holidays to Dubai and other destinations in the region.

Recently the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) proclaimed that participants at the UNWTO/Arabian Travel Market event on the Future of Tourism in the Middle East and North Africa, held at the World Travel Market, were unanimous in agreeing that tourism in the region would return from challenges stronger than ever.

Rooksana Hossenally from Easyvoyage comments: "Centres like Dubai and Bahrain are great places to spend a holiday. Dubai in particular has continued to grow in popularity and will continue to do so in coming years. People will soon be juggling the pros and cons of cheap holidays to the Bahamas or spellbinding Middle Eastern destinations."

Hossenally continues: "It is no surprise that the participants at the UNWTO/Arabian Travel Market event believe that the region will feature heavily in the holiday plans of tourists for years to come. It is a great place to have a holiday and with uncharted beaches and cities to explore the area will soon get the recognition it deserves."

Guy Crawford, Chief Executive Officer of the Jumeirah Group in Dubai, was quoted in the release from the UNWTO: "The Middle East is rich in culture and people; the sector has been expanding in terms of infrastructure and air capacity. If we work together there is an incredible future for the region."

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About the group Easyvoyage:

Launched in January 2001 by Jean-Pierre Nadir, is the first editorial portal devoted to travel with trade intermediation. Easyvoyage presents an original approach combining four dimensions in one site: high-quality editorial content (a team of nearly 100 people, with 25 journalists who work non-stop seven days a week), comparison of market offers (flights, tours, holidays and hotels), classification of hotels (over 6,000 hotels qualified) and community approach (forum and product grading by the clients). To fulfil this all-inclusive approach to the market, Easyvoyage has specifically dedicated micro-sites for each topic developed on the portal:, and Easyvoyage receives an average of 100,000 visitors a day, amounting to more than 6 million a month, with 10 million pages viewed, and at the end of 2007 it acquired all the sites developed by the comp! any CNI:,, and Today, 10% of French Internet surfers use Easyvoyage to prepare their trip (holidays and tours). In 2009, Easyvoyage generated a volume of sales in excess of 450 million euros with all the trading partners on the site. In June 2007 the site was set up in Spain with, in March 2008 in Italy with, In December 2008 in England with and on 25 November 2009 in Germany with

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