When will tourists return to Africa? Continent must guess

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When will tourists return to Africa? Continent must guess

People walk on a beach with Table Mountain in the background in Cape Town, South Africa. Africa’s tourism sector is struggling to cope with the drop in international travel caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The World Travel and Tourism Council estimates the drop in travel caused by the COVID-19 pandemic will see Africa lose between $53 billion and $120 billion in contributions to its GDP in 2020.
The Ferris wheel at the popular Cape Town Waterfront in South Africa is lit up red in protest against travel restrictions. Africa’s tourism sector is struggling to cope with the drop in international travel caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
A helmeted guinea fowl is seen with Table Mountain, a tourist hotspot, in the background, in Cape Town, South Africa. Africa’s tourism sector is struggling to cope with the drop in international travel caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Local tourists are seen during an adventure e-bike tour, run by tour operator Raino Bolz, on the Boschendal Estate near Cape Town, South Africa. The World Travel and Tourism Council estimates the drop in travel caused by the COVID-19 pandemic will see Africa lose between $53 billion and $120 billion in contributions to its GDP in 2020.
Tour guides, Colin de Wet and Severiano Tamboer, who work for tour operator Raino Bolz, cross a river during an adventure e-bike tour, between Stellenboschon and the Boschendal Estate near Cape Town, South Africa, on Sept. 4.
Local tourists are seen during an adventure e-bike tour, run by tour operator Raino Bolz, on the Boschendal Estate near Cape Town, South Africa, on Sept. 4. Africa’s tourism sector is struggling to cope with the drop in international travel caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
A baby zebra is seen in Kruger National Park, South Africa. Africa’s tourism sector is struggling to cope with the drop in international travel caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
A lion is seen in Kruger National Park, South Africa. The World Travel and Tourism Council estimates the drop in travel caused by the COVID-19 pandemic will see Africa lose between $53 billion and $120 billion in contributions to its GDP in 2020.
Elephants are seen in Kruger National Park, South Africa.

When will tourists return to Africa? Continent must guess

People walk on a beach with Table Mountain in the background in Cape Town, South Africa. Africa’s tourism sector is struggling to cope with the drop in international travel caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The World Travel and Tourism Council estimates the drop in travel caused by the COVID-19 pandemic will see Africa lose between $53 billion and $120 billion in contributions to its GDP in 2020.
The Ferris wheel at the popular Cape Town Waterfront in South Africa is lit up red in protest against travel restrictions. Africa’s tourism sector is struggling to cope with the drop in international travel caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
A helmeted guinea fowl is seen with Table Mountain, a tourist hotspot, in the background, in Cape Town, South Africa. Africa’s tourism sector is struggling to cope with the drop in international travel caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Local tourists are seen during an adventure e-bike tour, run by tour operator Raino Bolz, on the Boschendal Estate near Cape Town, South Africa. The World Travel and Tourism Council estimates the drop in travel caused by the COVID-19 pandemic will see Africa lose between $53 billion and $120 billion in contributions to its GDP in 2020.
Tour guides, Colin de Wet and Severiano Tamboer, who work for tour operator Raino Bolz, cross a river during an adventure e-bike tour, between Stellenboschon and the Boschendal Estate near Cape Town, South Africa, on Sept. 4.
Local tourists are seen during an adventure e-bike tour, run by tour operator Raino Bolz, on the Boschendal Estate near Cape Town, South Africa, on Sept. 4. Africa’s tourism sector is struggling to cope with the drop in international travel caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
A baby zebra is seen in Kruger National Park, South Africa. Africa’s tourism sector is struggling to cope with the drop in international travel caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
A lion is seen in Kruger National Park, South Africa. The World Travel and Tourism Council estimates the drop in travel caused by the COVID-19 pandemic will see Africa lose between $53 billion and $120 billion in contributions to its GDP in 2020.
Elephants are seen in Kruger National Park, South Africa.
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