The Moroccan government said today, Friday, that it intends to spend 6.1 billion dirhams ($580 million) until 2026 to develop the tourism sector in order to attract more visitors and secure hard currency.

The Prime Minister’s Office said the government intends to spend more money on marketing, developing other forms of tourist entertainment, upgrading hotels and building new ones, and training more people to work in the sector.

Morocco aims to attract 17.5 million tourists by 2026, up from 11 million last year. In 2019, 13 million people visited Morocco.

The government said the plan would help create 200,000 new jobs in the sector over the next four years.

Tourism revenue more than doubled last year compared to 2021, reaching AED 91 billion and surpassing 2019 levels.

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