(PRWEB UK) 21 July 2012
The holiday provider who promises not to beaten on price or value is anticipating that health tourism will help to increase the number of bookings for Turkey holidays next year.
Turkey aims to become a second Dubai by creating a spectrum of health services designed to encourage health tourism. Specialist health zones in Turkey will consist of collections of hospitals, rehabilitation centers, thermal spa facilities, care facilities for the elderly and holiday villages.
The new health related venture is part of Turkey’s wider plan to improve the inflow of foreign investment, increase employment, bring in skilled foreign healthcare workers, speed up the use of medical technology and encourage the production of services and investments.
A Holiday Mate spokesperson said:
‘Investment in health tourism could provide a great boost to general tourism across Turkey.’
‘Plans to develop niche health zones could signal a rise in the demand for holidays to Turkey and flights to Turkish resorts.’
As the summer season hits mid phase family holidays to Turkey are also set to increase as British families touch down for Turkey holidays in popular resorts such as Marmaris, Oludeniz, Kusadasi, Bodrum and Antalya.
Holiday Mate hopes that the new inward investment will bolster tourism and encourage more tourists to sample holidays to Turkey.
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