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1 INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL AND TOURISM JANUARY TO SEPTEMBER INTRODUCTION This issue of the Economic and Social Indicators presents data on International Travel and Tourism for the first nine months of A brief on the compilation of these statistics is given at Annex I and a glossary of terms at Annex II. 2. INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL Arrivals by Passenger traffic, January-September 2016 and 2017 January- September 2016 January- September % Change Air 1,139,863 1,223, Sea 34,922 25, of which Cruise travellers 31,205 22, Total 1,174,785 1,248, Departures by Air 1,174,034 1,254, Sea 33,308 26, Total 1,207,342 1,281, Provisional 2.1 Arrivals in January to September 2017 Compared to the period January to September 2016: total arrivals increased by 6.3% to 1,248,767, of which arrivals in Rodrigues direct from Reunion Island amounted to 1,010; tourist arrivals increased by 6.1% to 934,679; and the number of excursionists (arriving and leaving on the same day) decreased by 17.6% from 23,774 to 19,585. In the first nine months of 2017, 13 cruise ships arrived in the country and carried some 22,204 cruise travellers which include 9,813 tourists, 4,948 excursionists, 283 Mauritian residents and 7,160 crew members. 2.2 Departures in January to September 2017 Compared to the period January to September 2016: total departures increased by 6.2% to 1,281,749, of which departures from Rodrigues direct to Reunion Island amounted to 1,131; and departures of Mauritian residents increased by 9.7% to 204,426. Comparative figures for first nine months of 2017 and 2016 for Mauritian Departures by main country of disembarkation are given in Figure 1 and Table 2. In the first nine months of 2017, the main countries of disembarkation (country of final destination or transit country) for Mauritian residents were United Arab Emirates (45,853 or 22.4%), Reunion Island (32,095 or 15.7%), France (23,166 or 11.3%), South Africa, Rep. of (19,409 or 9.5%), India (15,438 or 7.6%) and United Kingdom (14,747 or 7.2%).

2 % Change Number of departures (000) 2 Figure 1 - Mauritian departures by main country of disembarkation, January-September 2016 and January-September United Arab Emirates Reunion Island France South Africa, Rep. of Country of disembarkation Jan-Sep 2016 Jan-Sep 2017 India United Kingdom 3. TOURISM Figure 2 - % Change in main tourism indicators, January-September 2017 compared to January-September Tourist Arrivals Tourist Nights Tourism Earnings (Rs Million) Tourism earnings per tourist (Rs) % Change Jan-Sep 2017/ Jan-Sep January-September ,679 10,149,031 42,096 45,038 January-September ,890 9,705,552 39,210 44, Tourist Arrivals Compared to the first nine months of 2016, tourist arrivals increased by 53,789 or 6.1% to 934,679 in January to September 2017 as a result of main changes shown in figure 3.

3 Number of tourists (000) % Number of tourists (000) 3 Figure 3 - Main changes, number and % change over previous period, in tourist arrivals by selected country of residence, January-September 2017 compared to January-September ,758 (+11.0%) + 5,699 (+8.1%) + 4,845 (+4.7%) + 3,469 (+17.3%) + 3,252 (+5.2%) + 2,825 (+1.6%) + 2,723 (+12.9%) + 2,346 (+40.9%) + 1,977 (+15.7%) + 1,835 (+23.2%) Germany South Africa, Rep. of Reunion Island Switzerland India France Italy Poland Australia United Arab Emirates Turkey -639 People's Rep. of (-23.1%) China - 2,359 (-3.8%) In the first nine months of 2017, France, our top tourist generating country, registered an increase of 1.6%. However, it is worth noting that compared to the period January to September 2016, tourist arrivals from Poland increased by 40.9% as a result of direct flights. Among the emerging markets, India posted an increase of 5.2% whereas People s Republic of China witnessed a decrease of 3.8%. 200 Figure 4 - Tourist arrivals from main and emerging markets, January-September 2016 and January-September Jan-Sep 2016 Jan-Sep 2017 France Reunion Island United Kingdom Germany South Africa, Rep. of India Country of Residence People's Rep. of China Italy Switzerland Australia 3.2 Tourist arrivals by age During the period under review, 125,035 or 13.4% of tourists who visited Mauritius were aged 60 years and above. Among those who arrived by sea, the proportion was much higher at 45%. Figure 5 - Tourist arrivals by age, January-September and above 0 Age group Total Sea

4 Number of tourists (Mn) Tourist arrivals by air and by main port of last embarkation for selected markets From table 7, it is observed that during the first nine months of 2017, a high proportion of tourists arrived mainly by direct flights from their own country of residence except for Russian Federation, where there were no direct connections. Tourists from Russian Federation travelled mainly through United Arab Emirates which is the most used transiting port. For the first nine months of 2017, the proportion of tourists who travelled to Mauritius through United Arab Emirates from Russian Federation was 62.4%. It is also worth noting that during the period under review, 24.4% and 28.3% of tourists from Switzerland and Italy respectively travelled on direct flights. The remaining used mainly United Arab Emirates as transiting port. 3.4 Tourist arrivals in Mauritius compared to selected tourist destinations During the first nine months of 2017, tourist arrivals in Mauritius increased by 6.1%. This compares favorably with Maldives and Sri Lanka where growths of 5.7% and 2.9% were observed respectively. However, Seychelles registered a higher growth of 19.7%. Figure 6 - Tourist arrivals for Mauritius, Maldives, Sri Lanka & Seychelles, January-September 2016 and January-September Mauritius Maldives Sri Lanka Seychelles Jan - Sep , ,544 1,508, ,648 Jan - Sep , ,009 1,551, ,280 % change Source: Maldives Statistics section - Ministry of Tourism, Arts & Culture; Sri Lanka Tourism Development Authority; Seychelles National Bureau of Statistics 3.5 Tourist Nights Compared to January to September 2016: the number of nights spent by tourists who departed during January to September 2017 increased by 4.6% from 9,705,552 to 10,149,031; and the average length of stay decreased marginally from 10.7 to 10.6 nights. 3.6 Employment Employment data for the tourism sector as obtained from the Survey of Employment and Earnings relate to employment in food service, hotels and travel and other services establishments with 10 or more workers. Latest available data for March 2017 (Table 11) indicate that employment in these establishments increased by 0.5% to 30,973 as compared to 30,806 for March 2016.

5 5 3.7 Accommodation Licensed hotels in the island of Mauritius As at end of September 2017, there were 113 licensed hotels of which 108 were in operation and 5 were temporarily closed due to renovation works. The total room capacity of these 108 hotels was 12,875 with 28,252 bed places. During the first nine months of 2017, the room occupancy rate of all licensed hotels in operation averaged 74%, up from 70% in the first nine months of 2016; and the bed occupancy rate was 66%, higher than the recorded 63% for the corresponding period of Large hotels in the island of Mauritius At the end of September 2017, 54 large hotels (i.e. well-established beach hotels with more than 80 rooms) were in operation; they had a total room capacity of 9,983 with 22,251 bed places. These large hotels represent 50% of all licensed hotels in operation but make up 78% of total room capacity and 79% of total bed places. During the first nine months of 2017, the room occupancy rate of large hotels was 76% up from 73% in the first nine months of 2016; the bed occupancy rate was 68%, higher than the 66% for the corresponding period of Forecast for Year 2017 and 2018 Based on latest available data on tourist arrivals and information gathered from stakeholders, the forecast of 1,360,000 tourist arrivals for the year 2017 is maintained. This represents an increase of 6.6% over the figure of 1,275,227 in The forecast of tourist arrivals for the year 2018 is 1,425,000. Based on the forecast of tourist arrivals and on trends for the first nine months of 2017, the Bank of Mauritius is maintaining the forecast of tourism earnings for the year 2017 at Rs 58.8 billion. This figure represents an increase of 5.2% over the Rs 55.9 billion for For the year 2018, tourism earnings are forecasted at Rs 61.6 billion. Statistics Mauritius Ministry of Finance and Economic Development Port Louis 24 November 2017 Contact persons Mrs T. Joomun, Statistician Mrs. M. Koolwant-Beesoondoyal, Senior Statistical Officer Statistics Mauritius LIC Centre, John Kennedy Street, Port Louis Tel: (230) , Fax: (230)

6 6 LIST OF TABLES Table Description Page 1 Passenger Traffic by month, Departure of Mauritian residents by country of disembarkation, January - September 2016 and Tourist arrivals by month, Tourist arrivals by main purpose of visit, January - September 2016 and Tourist arrivals by country of residence, January - September 2016 and (i) Tourist arrivals by age and gender, January - September 2016 and (ii) Tourist arrivals by broad age group and mode of arrival, January - September 2016 and Tourist arrivals by air and by main port of last embarkation for selected markets, January - September Tourist arrivals, tourist departures, tourist nights, average length of stay and tourism earnings, Hotels, rooms and bedplaces, Monthly occupancy rates (%) for All hotels and "Large" hotels, Employment in large establishments of the Tourism Industry as at end of March, ANNEX I II Compilation of passenger traffic statistics Glossary of terms

7 7 Table 1:- Passenger Traffic 1 by month, Month Arrivals Departures Arrivals Departures Arrivals Departures January 139, , , , , ,128 February 116, , , , , ,162 March 130, , , , , ,720 1st Quarter 386, , , , , ,010 April 123, , , , , ,344 May 113, , , , , ,489 June 91,330 88,098 98,732 94, , ,143 2nd Quarter 327, , , , , ,976 1st Semester 714, , , , , ,986 July 128, , , , , ,886 August 124, , , , , ,592 September 111, , , , , ,285 3rd Quarter 363, , , , , ,763 Jan. to Sep. 1,077,303 1,108,739 1,174,785 1,207,342 1,248,767 1,281,749 October 137, , , ,367 November 135, , , ,444 December 172, , , ,096 4th Quarter 445, , , ,907 2nd Semester 809, , , ,360 Whole Year 1,523,221 1,520,162 1,686,359 1,681,249 1 Excluding inter island traffic between the main island of Mauritius and the other constituent islands of the Republic of Mauritius and direct transit, but includes international traffic between Rodrigues and Reunion Island 2 Provisional

8 8 Table 2:- Departure of Mauritian residents by country of disembarkation 1, January to September 2016 and 2017 Country of disembarkation January - September 2016 January - September % Change EUROPE 43,045 46, Austria France 25,222 23, Germany 1,871 2, Italy 1,096 1, Switzerland Turkey 1, , United Kingdom 13,170 14, Other European AFRICA 59,241 67, Kenya 2,039 1, Malagasy Republic 6,905 6, Mozambique Reunion Island 23,782 32, Seychelles 7,157 7, South Africa, Rep. of 19,207 19, Other African ASIA 78,372 83, People's Rep. of China 2,454 4, Hong Kong SAR 4 3,337 3, India 14,434 15, Malaysia 5,345 4, Singapore 5,614 10, United Arab Emirates 47,165 45, Other Asian OCEANIA 5,645 5, Australia 5,645 5, NOT STATED All Countries 186, , Country of disembarkation may either be the country of final destination or the transit country 2 Provisional 3 Revised 4 Special Administrative Region of China

9 9 Table 3:- Tourist arrivals by month, Month January 103, , ,362 February 91, , ,049 March 96, , ,271 1st Quarter 291, , ,682 April 90,221 91, ,432 May 87,054 94,830 96,557 June 65,459 71,806 78,188 2nd Quarter 242, , ,177 1st Semester 533, , ,859 July 95, , ,347 August 89,422 94, ,191 September 84,456 91,384 96,282 3rd Quarter 269, , ,820 Jan. to Sep. 803, , ,679 October 109, ,421 November 106, ,782 December 132, ,134 4th Quarter 347, ,337 2nd Semester 617, ,763 Whole Year 1,151,252 1,275,227 1 Provisional Table 4:- Tourist arrivals by main purpose of visit, January - September 2016 and 2017 Purpose of visit January - September 2016 January - September % Change Holiday 825, , Business 32,641 34, Transit 15,744 18, Conference 4,343 3, Sports 1,709 1, Other Total 880, , Provisional

10 10 Table 5: - Tourist arrivals by country of residence, January to September 2016 and 2017 Country of residence Jan - Sep % Change Jan-Sep 2017/ Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Jan - Sep Jan-Sep 2016 EUROPE 494,161 70,434 72,102 66,340 67,536 44,763 34,523 57,026 54,982 54, , Austria 10,537 2,289 2,708 2,090 1, , Belgium 10, ,058 1, ,278 1,156 1,281 11, Bulgaria 1, Czech Republic 5,697 1,236 1,805 1, , Croatia Denmark 4,998 1,013 1, , Estonia Finland 2, , France 178,105 26,687 29,362 24,070 24,488 16,382 8,662 19,955 19,138 12, , Germany 70,685 8,664 8,472 10,865 10,006 7,882 7,322 6,315 7,250 11,667 78, Greece Hungary 1, , Ireland 2, , Italy 21,107 3,989 2,782 2,432 2,971 1,814 1,540 1,995 3,404 2,903 23, Latvia Lithuania Luxemburg 1, , Netherlands 7, , ,634 1,402 1,069 9, Norway 3, , Poland 5,733 2,389 2,148 1, , Portugal 3, , Romania 2, , Serbia Slovakia 2, , Slovenia Spain 11, ,116 2,899 2,279 11, Sweden 9,594 3,142 2,974 2, , Switzerland 20,084 2,811 3,250 2,823 5,121 1,608 1,109 2,879 1,115 2,837 23, Turkey 2, , United Kingdom 101,465 8,791 9,135 10,987 13,255 10,181 8,811 13,237 14,061 14, , CIS 2 countries 9,357 2,693 1,372 1,570 1, , of which: Belarus Kazakhstan Russian Federation 6,235 1, ,136 1, , Ukraine 2, , Other CIS Other European 1, , Provisional 2 Commonwealth of Independent States

11 11 Table 5 (cont'd):- Tourist arrivals by country of residence, January to September 2016 and 2017 Country of residence Jan - Sep % Change Jan-Sep 2017/ Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Jan - Sep Jan-Sep 2016 AFRICA 201,594 31,580 12,808 24,630 26,136 26,375 16,690 31,766 23,588 20, , IOC 3 countries 115,356 23,778 6,541 15,271 10,448 17,669 7,629 19,081 12,643 7, , of which: Comoros Malagasy Republic 8, , ,332 1,587 1,009 8, Reunion Island 102,043 22,417 5,201 14,028 8,501 16,476 6,370 17,288 10,467 6, , Seychelles 4, , Algeria Angola Benin Botswana Burundi Cameroon Congo Egypt Ethiopia Gabon Ghana Ivory Coast Kenya 2, , Lesotho Malawi Mayotte Morocco Mozambique Namibia 1, , Niger Nigeria 1, Rwanda Senegal South Africa, Rep. of 70,749 6,522 4,754 7,456 13,348 6,988 7,558 10,277 8,619 10,926 76, Sudan Swaziland Tanzania Togo Tunisia Uganda Zimbabwe 1, , Zambia Other African Provisional 3 Indian Ocean Commission

12 12 Table 5 (cont'd):- Tourist arrivals by country of residence, January to September 2016 and 2017 Country of residence % Change Jan-Sep 2017/ Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Jan - Sep Jan-Sep 2016 ASIA 157,694 18,239 17,411 16,020 13,836 22,024 23,368 19,000 18,078 16, , Afghanistan Bangladesh Hong Kong SAR , India 62,015 5,136 6,991 5,122 5,547 12,221 12,491 6,637 5,681 5,441 65, Indonesia 1, , Israel , Japan 1, , Korea Republic 3, , Malaysia 2, , Maldives Nepal Pakistan 1, People's Rep. of China 62,691 9,928 6,749 5,122 4,701 6,392 6,209 7,373 7,319 6,539 60, Philippines 1, , Singapore 1, , Sri Lanka Taiwan 1, , Thailand Vietnam MIDDLE EAST Countries 12, ,293 1, ,962 2,932 2,636 1,860 15, of which: Bahrain Iran Jordan Kuwait Lebanon Oman Qatar Saudi Arabia 2, , United Arab Emirates 7, , ,547 1,977 1, , Other Middle East Other Asian OCEANIA 13,616 1, ,232 2,116 1,565 1,702 2,120 1,793 2,543 15, Australia 12,597 1, ,131 2,007 1,427 1,569 1,944 1,664 2,408 14, New Zealand Other Oceanian AMERICA 13,266 2,393 1,712 2,000 1,728 1,764 1,859 2,367 1,707 1,716 17, Brazil 1, , Canada 4, , USA 5, , Other American 1, , Others & not stated All countries 880, , , , ,432 96,557 78, , ,191 96, , Provisional Jan - Sep Special Administrative Region of China

13 13 Table 6(i):- Tourist arrivals by age and gender, January - September 2016 and 2017 Age group (years) January - September 2016 January - September Male Female Total Male Female Total Under 5 16,452 16,106 32,558 17,584 17,461 35, ,300 19,076 38,376 20,582 20,238 40, ,393 18,829 37,222 19,813 19,917 39, ,285 16,735 31,020 15,172 17,654 32, ,433 26,184 42,617 17,237 27,295 44, ,856 57, ,826 48,953 59, , ,885 47,500 97,385 52,973 51, , ,804 38,399 80,203 44,854 41,739 86, ,611 36,948 77,559 41,310 38,282 79, ,417 39,289 80,706 43,098 41,196 84, ,864 38,993 79,857 43,317 41,647 84, ,428 30,630 63,058 35,064 33,132 68, ,135 23,235 48,370 26,768 25,234 52, ,239 16,183 34,422 19,149 17,530 36, & over 16,985 14,726 31,711 19,386 16,968 36,354 Total 440, , , , , ,679 1 Provisional Table6(ii):- Tourist arrivals by broad age group and mode of arrival, January to September 2016 and 2017 Age group (years) January - September 2016 January - September Air Sea Total Air Sea Total Under , , , , ,743 7, , ,659 6, , & over 108,958 5, , ,355 5, ,035 Total 867,050 13, , ,185 12, ,679 1 Provisional

14 14 Table 7:- Tourist arrivals by air and by main port of last embarkation for selected markets, January - September of which, arrivals from selected country of residence Country of last embarkation Total tourist arrivals France Germany Italy Turkey Switzerland United Kingdom Russian Federation Reunion Island South Africa, Rep. of India People's Rep. of China Australia EUROPE 306, ,381 51,351 11,728 1,778 12,152 57,017 2, of which: France 136,284 97,446 6,900 2, ,927 4, Germany 55,629 3,749 40, , Italy 6, , Switzerland 8, , Turkey 19, ,866 1,364 1, United Kingdom 57,957 1, , AFRICA 312,384 53,413 7,324 2, ,702 7, ,158 74,042 6,226 3,479 2,374 of which: Kenya 4, Malagasy Republic 12, Reunion Island 163,684 45,895 2, ,344 1, , , Seychelles 19,019 5, , South Africa, Rep. of 111,288 1,049 3,841 1, , , ,040 1,631 ASIA 291,317 19,909 17,959 8, ,100 37,258 4,836 1,885 1,525 58,705 56,362 2,038 of which: Hong Kong SAR 2 10, , India 54, , Malaysia 10, , People's Rep. of China 36, , Singapore 6, United Arab Emirates 172,917 19,006 17,764 8, ,036 36,658 4, ,729 9, OCEANIA 11, ,447 of which: Australia 11, ,447 AMERICA of which: USA Total arrivals by air 922, ,950 76,671 22,569 2,121 22, ,149 7, ,595 76,363 65,072 60,077 14,470 of which: France Germany Italy Turkey Switzerland United Kingdom Russian Federation Reunion Island South Africa, Rep. of India People's Rep. of China Australia Direct from own country of residence 54.8% 52.4% 28.3% 81.2% 24.4% 49.9% Nap 97.0% 94.5% 77.9% 58.8% 65.3% From United Arab Emirates 10.7% 23.2% 38.5% 10.3% 35.0% 35.9% 62.4% 0.3% 0.4% 11.9% 16.0% 5.9% From Turkey 0.4% 3.7% 6.0% 2.5% 0.4% 9.8% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.1% 0.1% From France 9.0% 12.8% 0.6% 17.1% 4.3% 13.4% 0.2% 0.1% 0.1% 0.1% 2.0% From Reunion Island 25.8% 3.3% 1.2% 1.1% 5.9% 1.0% 1.0% 1.2% 0.9% 1.7% 2.0% From South Africa, Rep. of 0.6% 5.0% 7.1% 1.3% 4.2% 5.5% 2.0% 0.4% 0.6% 1.7% 11.3% 1 Provisional 2 Special Administrative Region of China Nap: not applicable

15 15 Table 8:- Tourist arrivals, tourist departures, tourist nights, average length of stay and tourism earnings, Year Tourist arrivals (Number) Tourist departures (Number) Tourist Nights 1 Average Length of stay Tourism earnings 2 (Rs Mn) 2014 January to September 725, ,393 8,402, ,232 Year 1,038,334 1,031,031 11,266, , January to September 803, ,538 8,926, ,169 Year 1,151,252 1,141,661 12,049, , January to September 880, ,153 9,705, ,210 Year 1,275,227 1,260,125 13,117, , January to September 934, ,672 10,149, ,096 1 Tourist nights for a reference period refer to nights spent by tourists departing in that reference period 2 Source: Bank of Mauritius 3 Provisional 4 As from 2015, BoM is also including data culled from Money changers and Foreign exchange dealers. Table 9:- Hotels 1, rooms and bedplaces, Year Number as at end of period All Hotels "Large" Hotels Hotels Rooms Bedplaces Hotels Rooms Bedplaces st Qr ,653 25, ,478 19,308 2nd Qr ,307 25, ,310 19,308 3rd Qr ,481 25, ,425 19,498 4th Qr ,799 26, ,605 19, st Qr ,100 26, ,906 20,378 2nd Qr ,264 25, ,267 19,020 3rd Qr ,944 26, ,769 20,254 4th Qr ,617 28, ,378 22, st Qr ,710 28, ,454 22,247 2nd Qr ,092 27, ,963 21,105 3rd Qr ,330 28, ,267 22,370 4th Qr ,547 29, ,480 22, st Qr ,293 28, ,327 22,554 2nd Qr ,308 26, ,637 21,235 3rd Qr ,875 28, ,983 22,251 1 Refers to hotels in the island of Mauritius which were operational 2 Provisional 3 Excluding 5 hotels not operational because of renovation works

16 16 Table 10:- Monthly Occupancy Rates (%) for All Hotels and "Large" Hotels, All Hotels "Large" Hotels Room Bed Room Bed Room Bed Room Bed Room Bed Room Bed January February March st Quarter April May June nd Quarter st Semester July August September rd Quarter Jan. to Sep October November December th Quarter nd Semester Year Provisional Month Table 11:- Employment in large 1 establishments of the Tourism Industry as at end of March, Year Establishments Food Service ,027 3,167 3, , ,138 Hotels Travel and Other Services 4 22,432 22,593 22,630 3,865 3,817 3,804 23,669 3,789 24,095 3,740 1 Large establishments are those employing 10 or more persons 2 Revised 3 Provisional Total 29,324 29,577 29,683 30,806 30,973 4 Travel and other services include air transport services, tour operators, travel agencies and car rental Source: Survey of Employment and Earnings in large Establishments

17 ANNEX I Sources of data COMPILATION OF PASSENGER TRAFFIC STATISTICS The main source of data for the compilation of passenger traffic statistics is the Passport and Immigration Office, which maintains a database of all travellers entering and leaving the country. The data are collected from the passport of travellers, disembarkation cards filled in by non-residents and questions put to non-residents entering the country. At the end of every month, the electronic database of passenger traffic for that particular month is downloaded and supplied to the statistics unit of the Ministry of Tourism within ten days. Additional data on cruises are obtained from the Mauritius Ports Authority. Tourism earnings The Bank of Mauritius (BoM) is responsible for the estimation of tourism earnings based on monthly statements of Inward and Outward Remittances of Commercial Banks. As from 2015, BoM is also including data culled from Money changers and Foreign exchange dealers. Monthly Occupancy Rates All hotels are contacted by phone at the end of every month for data on room/bed nights available and rented during the month for the calculation of room and bed occupancy rates. Short-term projections of tourist arrivals A Tourism Statistics Committee grouping various stakeholders of the tourism industry meet regularly under the chairmanship of Statistics Mauritius to discuss performance of the tourism sector and to provide information for short-term forecast of tourist arrivals. Publications The regular publications of the unit are: (i) Monthly tourist arrivals uploaded on Statistics Mauritius website at latest 10 working days after reference month (ii) Quarterly Economic and Social Indicators on International Travel and Tourism (with a lag of seven weeks) (iii) Tourism statistics (Pamphlet) (iv) Digest of International Travel and Tourism (v) Handbook of statistical data on tourism (vi) Report of the Survey of Inbound Tourism

18 ANNEX II GLOSSARY OF TERMS 1. Tourist A tourist is defined as a non-resident staying overnight but less than a year, and who has no employer-employee relationship with a resident. 2. Transit A transit passenger is one who stops over in the country for flight connections to other destinations. There are two types of transit passengers: Type I: Passengers who do not leave the transit area of the airport or the harbour. Type II: Passengers who do leave the airport or harbour and stay in the country overnight but only for flight connection purposes. Only Type II transit passengers, as defined above, are included in the definition of Tourists. 3. Excursionist or Same-day Visitor Excursionists are non-resident visitors, other than those who do not leave the airport, who depart on the same day they arrived. 4. Tourist Nights "Tourist nights" for year Y refer to nights spent by tourists who departed in year Y. 5. Large Hotels Large hotels are well established beach hotels with more than 80 rooms. 6. Occupancy rate The room/bed occupancy rate is the ratio of room/bed nights rented to the total number of room/bed nights available. = Total number of room/bed nights rented x 100 Total number of room/bed nights available

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