Time to rethink mass tourism amid Covid-19

  • Global
  • Tuesday, 16 Feb 2021

Before the pandemic, the city of Dubrovnik in Croatia was in danger of overtourism. Now, there’s hardly any visitor around. — CIT

The coronavirus pandemic has forced famous tourist destinations to question their business model, though economic realities are likely to stand in the way of major changes.

Nature has quickly replaced hordes of visitors at sites like Machu Picchu in Peru, where sightings of elusive Andean bears have caused a buzz among conservationists.

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