Tourism in the Middle East: which countries are the least and most popular?
This week, we take a special look at tourism in the Middle East. While some travelers may have been put off, others are still keen to explore the region's mystery and riches. We first head to Egypt where, despite a period of recovery, the tourism sector has been given yet another kiss of death. We'll also see how, with its majestic desert and crystal clear waters, Oman has become known as the jewel of the region. And we'll turn our attention to Pamukkale, a Unesco World Heritage Site in Turkey.