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Therapeutic Tourism in Syria

(Dp-news - Sana) DAMASCUS- One of the reasons tourists come to Syria is to visit the therapeutic tourist spots, as the percentage of their visitors is 5% roughly from Lebanon, Jordan, the Gulf and foreign expatriates. Syria enjoys several medical tourist spots on the tourist map including hot sulfur mineral water springs, forests, mountainous areas and desert.

Tourist Marketing Manager at Ministry of Tourism, Bana Tamim, said that the Ministry's plan for therapeutic tourism focuses mainly on building tourist utilities in different provinces for activating recreation and health tourism.

Tamim pointed out that there are numerous hot sulfur water springs in different provinces which are due to be invested such as Sheikh Issa Bathes in Idleb, Abu Rabah Bath in al-Qariaten in Homs, Afqa Spring and Zanobia Queen Bath and al-Dumair sulfur spring in addition to Dreikish and Boqein mineral water springs.

Al-Hayat Spring lies 45 kilo meters to the south of Damascus, in Jbab Village in Daraa, which is also listed in the Ministry's plan, according to Tamim, in addition to Ras el-Ein springs in Haska whose water's temperature is around 27 decrees.

"Sulfur water helps treat several diseases such as musculoskeletal, arthritis and dermatology illnesses," said Dr. As'ad al-Sa'ad.

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Syria is my dream
mejda majjouda            9/5/2011 6:17:22 PM
i love this countrry so much and i hope that one day visit it
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