“The country’s economy has shrunk and tourism is one of the main sources of revenue,” the country’s tourism minister, George Giambrone, said at the end of January.
“The tourism industry is in critical need of new investment and this could potentially be achieved by opening up new destinations.”
While there have been few official announcements, there have also been some comments that suggest Madagascar is about to see a major boost in tourism.
“Madagascar has seen a surge in tourists, and the Tourism Ministry is planning to open new sites for the country,” said Giambreone.
“This will lead to a boom in tourism for years to come.”
“I hope we see more new destinations opening up in the coming years,” Giambrenno added.
Giambono added that the government is also looking into new ways to promote tourism, including more festivals, music festivals and cinemas.
“Tourism is the backbone of our economy, and tourism contributes around 60 percent of the countrys gross domestic product, so we need to encourage tourism,” he said.
But, he also noted that the current system isn’t working for the vast majority of people, especially the middle class and the lower middle class.
“Many of these people don’t know how to make money,” Giorgi told Business Insider.
“They do not have the skills or money to go and earn money.
And they also have low self-esteem and it can be difficult for them to express themselves in a professional way.”
But Giamsao added that this was only one way to increase tourism, as more of the population are looking for something different.
“We have a new generation of people that have a passion for tourism, and we hope to bring them back.
We are going to do everything possible to encourage the youth to come back,” he added.
The new tourism infrastructure is also being built, with the ministry launching the countrywide ‘Madama-Bororo Tourism Programme’ in 2017.
The programme will bring a total of 10 new tourism sites to the island, with a total capacity of 200,000 people.
This year, the island’s tourism ministry is also building a new $1 billion hotel in the capital, Conakry, with an expected opening in 2020.
However, it is unclear how much money the new hotel will bring in and how many people will actually use it.
In February 2018, Madagascar saw its largest tourism boost ever.
Giorgosao added, “Tourists came to Madagascar in droves in the summer of 2017 and we have seen a massive increase in tourism this year.”
In the last two years, tourism has risen dramatically.
“At the beginning of 2018, we had around 20,000 tourists, but in March 2018, that number jumped to over 100,000,” Gio said.
“There are also reports of people spending over $100 million on the island in the last year alone.”
Giambo told Business Insiders that the tourism industry could be set for a boom over the next three years.
“I believe that the country will grow very fast and tourism will really start to grow,” he told Business Ink.
“If the government works hard, we will see a huge increase in tourists.”
“But it is important to note that this boom will be temporary and that the growth in tourism will be limited to a very small number of people,” Gia added.
“People will only see the benefits of the boom, and there will be a very limited amount of tourism.
And while the government may be on the right track in its efforts to boost tourism, Giamba said that more could still be done. “
And if the government does not manage the boom properly, the country is likely to be a country of disaster.”
And while the government may be on the right track in its efforts to boost tourism, Giamba said that more could still be done.
“It is crucial to know that the development of tourism is very slow and the majority of tourists have no intention of spending money on the islands,” he explained.
“Instead, they want to experience it in the country and in the world.”