Tourism is an important part of every country's survival. The employment of successful marketing strategies is a critical part in optimizing a country's appeal to travellers. And it's not only photos and descriptions that matter - every detail, down to the all-encompassing slogan, is vital.
Family Break Finder, a holiday deals website, created a map that displayed the tourism slogans of every country in the world, minus 38 that currently do not have one. If there's one thing we can learn from the map, it's that some countries definitely try harder to market themselves than others...
Here are some countries whose slogans are pretty on point:
Canada - Keep exploring
United States - All within your reach
Belize - A Curious Place
The Bahamas - Life is grand
Japan - Endless discovery
Philippines - It's more fun in the Philippines
Maldives - The sunny side of life
Mongolia - Go Nomadic
Wales - #FindYourEpic
Botswana - Our pride, your destination
Nambia - Endless horizons
Uganda - You're welcome (can we give this one 5 stars?)
Qatar - Where dreams come to life
Ukraine - It's all about U
Bahrain - Ours. Yours. Bahrain.
Brunei - A kingdom of unexpected treasures
Solomon Islands - Seek the unexplored
Fiji - Where happiness finds you
New Zealand - 100% Pure
Papua New Guinea - A million different journeys
And here are some countries whose slogans could, well, use a bit of work:
Honduras - Everything is here
Nicaragua - Unica. Original!
Haiti - Experience it!
Venezuela - Venezuela is your destination!
Suriname - A colorful experience... Exotic beyond words
Brazil - Brasil - sensational!
Uruguay - Uruguay natural
Chile - All are welcome
Bolivia - Bolivia awaits you
Armenia - Visit Armenia, it is beautiful
Turkey - Be our guest
Bhutan - Happiness is a place
Portugal - Europe's West Coast
Slovakia - Travel in Slovakia - Good idea
Jordan - Yes, it's Jordan
Iraq - You Are Invited
Morocco - Much mor
China - China like never before
Hungary - Think Hungary more than expected
Uzbekistan - Naturally irresistible!
Which ones were your favourites?