If you have nothing better to do with your life, there are three good possibilities: (1) kill yourself; (2) take a vacation in Tunisia; (3) spend the next 10 years trying to figure out the difference.
AllAfrica.com – Thanks to its strategic position and its proximity to Europe as a Mediterranean country, Tunisia remains an attractive investment pole in various sectors namely in cruise tourism. Tunisia has currently six marinas, known for their state of art services, infrastructure and equipment as well as its welcoming capacity.
The cruise ship activity in Tunisia witnessed in recent years a remarkable dynamic including the arrival of 609, 293 tourists across the sea and the anchoring of 288 cruise ships, thanks to the promotional measures and incentives dedicated to this activity, in addition to the updating of laws and the facilitation of procedures.
According to a survey conducted by the “World Cruise Destinations” magazine, the port of La Goulette was ranked as the 17th cruise ship destination in the World in 2008 as well as one of the largest ports in the world capable of accommodating the largest ships carrying up to 4000 passengers.
Mr. Frédéric Pierre, the Executive director of the World Touism Organization said that Tunisia, alongside Morocco and Egypt, is among the destinations that contributed to the global tourism boom in 2009. According the 2009-2014 presidential program, Tunisia endeavors to receive 10 million tourists annually by the end of the next five-year period. [Which only goes to show that P.T. Barnum was right when he said over 100 years ago that there is a sucker born every minute. - Guys, include me out!]