Africa to endeavour in Birth tourism

Birth tourism is the common term used for travelling to another country for the plan of giving birth. It is one of the oldest, as well as, trending forms of tourism that enhances the possibility of getting citizenship in a more advanced country.

Meanwhile, in Africa this old form of tourism is getting popularity as many of the underdeveloped countries lacks basic facilities for growing up a child.

Also, most of the European countries discourage birth tourism and has passed strong laws behind the citizenship laws. Birth tourism also requires financial assistance, as it would cost between $25,000 and $60,000 on average.

Africa, on the other side, needs more revenue to flourish its economy through tourism, and hence promoting diverse forms of tourism would be the main objective of the continent.