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In a bid to call on to tourist these governments have taken a little step at the edge with bizarre slogans. Let’s have a look.
Travelling is more of a passion than a relaxation therapy for people. Going to new places, moving to different cities, countries is what millions look forward to. And not only for people, it is even important for the tourism department of the governments to attract tourist to their countries. And in a bid to call on to tourist these governments have taken a little step at the edge with bizarre slogans. Let’s have a look,
Slovakia: Good idea
The department clearly kept it too simple to remember and catch.
Belize: A curious place
Typically asking people to find out what’s in store for them to enjoy at this ‘curious’ place.
Uganda: You’re welcome
Short, simple sweet and welcoming, a clear indication to draw visitors to the central African nation.
Ukraine: It’s all about U
Well they wanted it sound phonetically corrects, but err missed some point completely. Ah, nevermind!
Djibouti has gone down the route of emphasising its natural charms as well as its vowel-free opening letters.
El Salvador: The 45-minute country
Well, that is the most honest tagline one could give.
Kiribati: For Travellers
Well, straightforwardness is pretty liked, but coming directly like a gun point hitting the target, Kirbati says it direct.
Aren’t you ‘curious’ to be ‘welcomed’ by new countries? Sounds a ‘good idea’? Don’t forget to share your travel stories with us.
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