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Economy > Tourism > International tourism, number of departures: Countries Compared

DEFINITION: International tourism, number of departures. International outbound tourists are the number of departures that people make from their country of usual residence to any other country for any purpose other than a remunerated activity in the country visited. The data on outbound tourists refer to the number of departures, not to the number of people traveling. Thus a person who makes several trips from a country during a given period is counted each time as a new departure.

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 European Union 400.81 million 2011
2 Hong Kong 84.82 million 2011
3 Germany 72.3 million 2009
4 China 70.25 million 2011
5 United States 58.5 million 2011
6 United Kingdom 56.84 million 2011
7 Poland 43.27 million 2011
8 Russia 39.32 million 2010
Group of 7 countries (G7) average (profile) 36.32 million 2011
9 Malaysia 30.76 million 2004
10 Canada 30.15 million 2011
11 Italy 29.3 million 2011
12 France 26.16 million 2011
Non-religious countries average (profile) 24.58 million 2011
13 Portugal 20.99 million 2007
14 Ukraine 19.77 million 2011
15 Netherlands 18.56 million 2011
16 Japan 16.99 million 2011
17 Hungary 16.63 million 2011
High income OECD countries average (profile) 15.71 million 2011
18 Saudi Arabia 15.28 million 2011
19 Mexico 14.8 million 2011
20 Sweden 14.65 million 2011
21 India 13.99 million 2011
NATO countries average (profile) 13.52 million 2011
22 Spain 13.35 million 2011
Eurozone average (profile) 13.32 million 2009
23 South Korea 12.69 million 2011
European Union average (profile) 12.33 million 2011
Emerging markets average (profile) 12.03 million 2010
24 Romania 10.94 million 2011
25 Switzerland 10.01 million 2010
26 Austria 9.87 million 2011
27 Belgium 9.73 million 2011
28 Denmark 7.85 million 2011
29 Australia 7.79 million 2011
30 Singapore 7.75 million 2011
31 Kazakhstan 7.41 million 2010
32 Finland 7.27 million 2011
33 Indonesia 6.75 million 2011
34 Argentina 6.69 million 2011
35 Brazil 6.43 million 2010
36 Ireland 6.38 million 2011
37 Turkey 6.28 million 2011
38 Syria 6.26 million 2010
Former Soviet republics average (profile) 6.07 million 2010
39 Czech Republic 5.91 million 2011
40 South Africa 5.46 million 2011
41 Thailand 5.4 million 2011
42 Egypt 4.86 million 2011
43 Israel 4.39 million 2011
44 Albania 4.12 million 2011
45 Bulgaria 3.8 million 2011
46 Chile 3.72 million 2011
47 Azerbaijan 3.55 million 2011
48 Norway 3.4 million 2007
49 Slovakia 3.29 million 2011
50 Latvia 3.26 million 2011
51 Philippines 3.19 million 2009
52 Iran 2.92 million 2002
53 Slovenia 2.72 million 2011
54 Kuwait 2.65 million 2007
55 Colombia 2.34 million 2010
56 Tunisia 2.3 million 2011
57 Croatia 2.28 million 2011
58 Bangladesh 2.25 million 2009
59 Georgia 2.24 million 2011
60 Morocco 2.19 million 2011
61 Peru 2.13 million 2011
Former Spanish colonies average (profile) 2.12 million 2010
62 New Zealand 2.1 million 2011
63 Jordan 1.98 million 2011
64 Venezuela 1.72 million 2011
65 Algeria 1.72 million 2011
66 Oman 1.67 million 2009
67 Uzbekistan 1.61 million 2010
68 Uruguay 1.53 million 2011
69 Lithuania 1.53 million 2011
70 Kyrgyzstan 1.3 million 2010
71 Swaziland 1.26 million 2011
72 Sri Lanka 1.24 million 2011
73 Guatemala 1.08 million 2011
74 Estonia 1.05 million 2011
75 Cyprus 1.03 million 2011
76 Ecuador 1.02 million 2011
77 El Salvador 1.01 million 2007
78 Puerto Rico 924,000 2011
79 Nicaragua 912,000 2011
80 Macau 908,000 2011
81 Nepal 774,000 2011
82 Costa Rica 717,000 2011
83 Armenia 715,000 2011
84 Cambodia 710,000 2011
85 Bolivia 708,000 2010
86 Zimbabwe 693,000 2011
87 Libya 484,000 1995
88 Honduras 449,000 2011
89 Antigua and Barbuda 434,000 2008
90 Dominican Republic 408,000 2011
91 Panama 392,000 2010
92 Uganda 367,000 2011
93 Paraguay 352,000 2011
94 Iceland 341,000 2011
95 Belarus 320,000 2011
96 Malta 308,000 2011
97 The Gambia 307,000 2006
98 Luxembourg 261,000 2001
99 Cuba 253,000 2011
100 Trinidad and Tobago 248,000 1996
101 Gabon 236,000 2003
102 Mauritius 219,000 2011
103 Sudan 195,000 1995
104 Bermuda 192,000 2008
105 Tanzania 148,000 1996
106 Moldova 136,000 2011
107 Ethiopia 133,000 1996
108 Fiji 132,000 2011
109 New Caledonia 124,000 2011
110 Maldives 123,000 2008
111 Sierra Leone 99,000 2011
112 Papua New Guinea 92,000 2002
113 French Polynesia 88,000 2009
114 Seychelles 59,000 2010
115 Samoa 57,000 2011
116 Democratic Republic of the Congo 50,000 1999
117 American Samoa 41,000 2006
118 Madagascar 39,000 1995
=119 Turkmenistan 38,000 2007
=119 Central African Republic 38,000 2010
121 Burundi 35,000 2001
122 Chad 23,000 2002
123 Vanuatu 22,000 2011
124 Niger 10,000 1998
125 Palau 9,000 1998
126 Angola 3,000 1996
127 Tajikistan 2,700 2001
128 Tuvalu 2,100 2011

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"Countries Compared by Economy > Tourism > International tourism, number of departures. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", World Tourism Organization, Yearbook of Tourism Statistics, Compendium of Tourism Statistics and data files. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/stats/Economy/Tourism/International-tourism,-number-of-departures

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