Monday, 4 June 2012

Faith-based tourism to Africa

Faith tourism or religious tourism, is a form of tourism to Africa , where people travel individually, in small groups or big delegations for pilgrimages, missionary travel, leisure, fellowship vacations, faith based cruising, retreats, Monastery visits, faith based camping and holidays to religious tourist attractions to Africa. 
Faith based/ religious tourists include the Jews, Monks, Moslems, Hindu, Sikh, Evangelists, Pentecostals and Methodists among others. These tourists seek to understand and appreciate their faith and other people’s faith and beliefs through a tangible experience, to feel secure about their religious beliefs, and to connect personally to the faith or religious beliefs.
Faith based tourists to Africa are mostly from USA, Europe and the Middle East

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