Global Health and Wellness Tourism Market Size, Dynamics, Opportunities, Historic and Forecast 2021 Data By Medical and Spa Inbound tourism

Orbis Research Present’s “Global Health And Wellness Tourism: Medical And Spa Inbound Tourism Flows And Expenditure” magnify the decision making potentiality and helps to create an effective counter strategies to gain competitive advantage.

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GlobalData’s "Global Health and Wellness Tourism", provide a thorough insight into global health and wellness inbound tourism industry. The report shades light into the different key source market of global tourists and summarizes the key reasons why they travel to these destinations. The report offers an in-depth analysis of traveler flows, spending patterns, leading and emerging destination markets and key market trends and challenges in global medical and spa tourism market.

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Tourism is benefiting from growing consumer interest in health and wellness, with a growing number of medical and spa destinations appearing across the globe. While medical tourism is driven largely by greater affordability of higher quality services and the reducing costs of travel, spa tourism is supported by a more pervasive trend of experiential consumption and permissible indulgences (the idea that it is ‘okay’ to spend money on wellness), a need for an antidote to the stresses of modern life, and increased exposure to such concepts as they gain ground globally.

Scope
- The global medical tourism industry is expanding as many countries, especially emerging economies, promote it. Furthermore, low transportation costs due to the growing presence of low cost carriers and availability of lots of useful information related to medical tourism are driving its growth
- Rising disposable income in emerging economies continues to be the main driver of spa tourism, supported by hectic lifestyles and work pressures, which drive the need to de-stress. The market is set to grow at a CAGR of 4.9% from 2017-2021, with total inbound spending reaching US$310.5 million by 2021.

Reasons to buy
- Predict how the global health and wellness tourism market is expected to grow using historic and forecast market data related to medical and spa inbound tourism
- Understand the demand-side dynamics within the industry to identify key market trends, growth opportunities
- Direct the promotional efforts on most promising markets by identifying the key source and destination countries.

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Table of Content:
1. Snapshot
Wellness Tourists
Medical Tourism
Spa Tourism

2. Medical Tourism
Key Market Trends and Challenges
Inbound Medical Tourism
US
Thailand
Malaysia
Poland
Singapore
Mexico
Emerging Medical Tourism Destinations

3. Spa Tourism
Key Market Trends and Challenges
Inbound Spa Tourism
US
Thailand
Spain
France

4. Case Studies
Metro Pavia Clinic, Puerto Rico
Sunway Medical Centre, Malaysia
Spa Eastman, Canada

5. Appendix
References
Terminology and definitions
About the author
About GlobalData

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