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Argentina is the birthplace of tango, Evita Peron, and Che Guevara, and is home
to millions of European immigrants. Such cultural diversity coupled with its vast
land area ensures a varied cultural and ecological experience for tourists.
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“The Hills are Alive with the Sound of Music!” Salzburg, Austria was the set location
of the 1966 Academy Award winning musical: The Sound of Music as well as the birthplace
of the world famous composer, Mozart. Austria is located in central Europe and it
shares its borders with Germany, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Slovenia,
Italy, Switzerland, and Liechtenstein. The country is the birthplace of California
Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, contains part of the Alps Mountain Range, has ostentatious
palaces of the Habsburg era, has historic spa towns such as Bad Ischl, and has a
ski slope with a 78% gradient called the Harakiri. Austria is a beautiful country
filled with both baroque splendor and untapped beauty that will make anyone want
to come back for more.
The Bahamas is located in the Atlantic Ocean north of Cuba and Hispaniola (Dominican
Republic and Haiti), northwest of the Turks and Caicos Islands, and southeast of
the United States. It is just a short flight away from the state of Florida. It
is a country consisting of 29 islands, 661 cays and multiple islets made of rock.
On many of the islands, tiny villages seem lifted from the Massachusetts coast and
set down amongst palms and pines and iridescent sands. The Bahamas have an international
reputation for sailing, with regattas and races held year-round. Beautiful beaches
with amazing underwater reefs are vastly popular amongst vacationers and divers.
Barbados is rich in scenic beauty which makes it a photographer's dream come true
with an abundance of natural wonders, breathtaking scenic views, gorgeous gardens
and miles of white, sandy beaches with crystal clear waters and almost year round
sunshine. With the Atlantic on its East Coast and the Caribbean Sea on its West
Coast each coastline differs and as a result the island has a variety of beautiful
beaches to choose from. Depending on your mood you can enjoy the tranquil warm waters
of the west coast or the rugged surf of the east coast. The island is also full
of historical appeal and boasts a diverse culture due to the fusion of its British
and African influences.
Located in South America, Brazil is the 5th largest and 5th most populated country
in the world. The Atlantic Ocean borders it to the east; Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname,
and French Guiana to the north; Colombia to the northwest; Bolivia and Peru to the
west; Argentina and Paraguay to the southwest; and Uruguay to the south.
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Chile is a narrow strip wedged between the Pacific Ocean and the Andes Mountain
range. It borders Peru to the north, Argentina to the east, and Bolivia to the northeast.
Chile is one of South America’s most stable and prosperous nations. As one of the
founding members of the United Nations (UN) and the Union of South American Nations,
it leads Latin America in human development, gross domestic product per capita,
competitiveness, quality of life, political stability, globalization, economic freedom,
and has comparatively low poverty rates. It also has a low perception of corruption
and a high perception of freedom of the press.
China (People's Republic of China) is situated in eastern Asia, bounded by the Pacific
in the east. It is the third largest country in the world (next to Canada and Russia),
with an area of 9.6 million square kilometers, or one-fifteenth of the world's land
Located in northwestern South America, Colombia is bordered to the west by the Pacific
Ocean, to the northwest by Panama, to the north by the Caribbean Sea, to the south
by Ecuador and Peru, and to the east by Brazil and Venezuela. The country is also
a former colony of Spain that gained its independence in 1819. However, Spain has
left its mark on the country in terms of architecture and culture. Colombia is a
diverse country with significant populations of Mestizo (European and Amerindian),
European, Mulatto (European and African), African, Middle Eastern, Amerindian, and
Zambo (African and Amerindian) cultures. This diverse tapestry of ethnicities translates
to varied cuisines, cultural practices, and some of the most beautiful people in
Located between Panama (to the south) and Nicaragua (to the north), and nestled
between the Caribbean Sea (to the east) and the North Pacific Ocean (to the west),
Costa Rica is a short 2.5 hours flight from Miami, Florida and is a convenient location
for eco and medical tourism. It is slightly smaller than West Virginia so exploring
the country is not of epic proportions. Costa Rica boasts a long history of peaceful
democratic rule as well as a high standard of living compared to its Central American
neighbors, and with 802 miles (1,290 km) of coastline, Costa Rica offers a range
of maritime leisure activities including sunbathing, boating, surfing, scuba diving,
Located in Central Europe, the Czech Republic is a small landlocked country. It
borders with Germany to the south west, Austria to the south, Poland to the north
and Slovakia to the south east.
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Virtually a desert 20 years ago, Dubai has since evolved into an ultramodern mecca
of real estate, business, and tourism, and is on the fast track to becoming a global
city. Dubai is the most populous city in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), which is
located on the southern coast of the Persian Gulf on the Arabian Peninsula. The
UAE is surrounded by Oman and Saudi Arabia. Dubai is notorious for its ostentatiousness
(including its ultramodern buildings), where everyone is treated like a VIP and
in turn is tempted to spend money like a one. Dubai makes it easy to drop cash like
you are the Prince of Monaco with its dizzying array of flamboyant hotels, chic
shopping malls, high end nightclubs, yacht and golf clubs, and posh restaurants.
Ecuador´s Capital, Quito, was once part of the famous Inca Empire. Now, it is the
home of the best preserved colonial architecture in the continent. Located in South
America, it is bordered by Colombia, Peru and the Pacific Ocean. The Galapagos Islands
are part of the Republic of Ecuador and are a sanctuary for a great variety of species.
Ecuador´s Amazon jungles, tropical forests and beautiful beaches make it a favorite
destination for tourist from all over the world.
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El Salvador is the smallest and most densely populated country in Central America.
It is surrounded by Guatemala, Honduras, and the Pacific Ocean. Unfortunately, El
Salvador has a bad reputation in terms of safety, however there is a strong police
presence in tourist areas and you can request a police escort during hiking excursions
free of charge. Most major crime is localized to neighborhoods with no interest
to tourists, however take care not to wear flashy jewelry or have an expensive camera
out in plain sight.
France is a modern European state and a republic. It is also one of the world's
major economies. In the Alps near the Italian and Swiss borders is Western Europe's
highest point—Mont Blanc (15,781 ft). The forest-covered Vosges Mountains are in
the northeast, and the Pyrénées are along the Spanish border. Except for extreme
northern France, the country may be described as four river basins and a plateau.
Germany is an attractive destination for patients from the Middle East. US citizens
sometimes travel to Germany to seek treatments such as artificial cervical disc
replacement, Bone marrow transplantation, Brain surgery, Cardiovascular, Colon surgery,
Endoprothetics and ENT surgery.
Greece was the home of great ancient civilizations and is now the site of many of
their ruins. The country is also home to picturesque islands, great food, and a
pulsating nightlife, which will guarantee that you will be partying until the wee
hours of the night. The country’s rich history has at times overshadowed its recent
economic development. 30 years ago, Greece was an agrarian society famous for its
beaches, islands, and olive oil. Now, Greece boasts more cell phones than landlines
and many middle to high-end establishments have sprouted that cater to the burgeoning
tourism sector and the country’s middle and upper-class inhabitants.
Guatemala is located in Central America to the south and east of Mexico, west of
Belize, and northwest of El Salvador and Honduras. The country is full of ecotourismsites
such as tropical jungles, active volcanoes, cloud forests, beaches, coral reefs,
and lakes as well as archaeological wonders such as the ancient ruins of the Mayan
culture. There is even a village that still adheres to pre-Hispanic rituals and
beliefs called Chichicastenango, which is also home to a famous market.
Hong Kong is situated on the southeast coast of China. The territory is made up
of Hong Kong Island, the Kowloon Peninsula and the New Territories (262 outlying
islands) covering in total 425 square miles. Population is over 7 million people.
Situated in the heart of Europe and straddling the central and eastern part of the
continent, Hungary offers visitors a rich and unique culture. During the communist
era, much money and resources were put into the capital city of Budapest, so travelers
generally do not stray far from the city. However, the countryside is described
as very beautiful and worth the trip, but if you decide to stay in Budapest, you
will not be disappointed with what people have deemed the ‘Pearl of the Danube.’
A former British colony, India is located in southern Asia bordering Pakistan to
the northwest; China, Bhutan, and Nepal to the northeast; and Bangladesh and Myanmar
to the east. The southern part of India is surrounded by the Indian Ocean and the
south western part is surrounded by the Arabian Sea and the southeast tip is near
the Island of Sri Lanka. India is the 7th largest country in land mass and is the
2nd most populous country with over 1 billion people in which 85% of them practice
Hinduism. India is home to various cultures and practices, and is culturally, genetically
and linguistically the 2nd most diverse geographical entity after Africa.
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Ireland is a newcomer to the medical tourism sector and foreign patients generally
seek cosmetic surgery and dental treatments. However, hospitals and clinics in Ireland
offer a variety of services including cardiology, pathology, pulmonary, and physiotherapy.
The Joint Commission International has accredited 16 hospitals and clinics in Ireland,
which are mostly located in Dublin and Waterford which is 98 miles (158 km) south
of Dublin. There are also clinics in Galway (136 miles (219 km) west of Dublin),
Cork (160 miles (257 km) southwest of Dublin), Tralee (186 miles (300 km) southwest
of Dublin), Sandyford (within city limits of Dublin), and Kilkenny (73 miles (117
km) southwest of Dublin).
Medical tourists from the United States, Africa, the Middle East and Eastern Europe travel to Israel for its state-of-the-art facilities and highly skilled physicians who are trained to handle complex treatments that may not be available in other countries and at a fraction of the cost. Israel is ranked among the top 28 healthcare systems in the world because of its cancer, fertility and IVF treatments and neurosurgery and oncology surgeries.
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Lisbon, a member of the European Union for more than a quarter-century, offers very
low crime rates, high standards of living and a stable government.
Lithuania lies on the eastern coast of the Baltic Sea. In the north, the country
borders on Latvia, in the east – on Belarus, in the south – on Poland and Kaliningrad
Region of the Russian Federation. Lithuania borders a large area of the Baltic Sea
coast. Nearly one third of the territory is covered by forests, 4.5% – by inland
waters. There are over 2,800 lakes larger than 0.5 hectares in size, and 18 rivers
longer than 100 kilometres in Lithuania.
Located just across the southern border of the United States, Mexico is a conveniently
located destination for Canadians and Americans. It is the 5th largest country in
the Americas and its vast land mass provides a varied experience for travelers.
From ancient Mayan ruins, Spanish influenced colonial edifices, pristine beaches,
mountains, deserts, contemporary nightclubs, and posh restaurants; Mexico offers
a range of attractions that can satisfy anyone from the intrepid traveler to those
who prefer rest and relaxation.
A true melting pot, Panama is home to many ethnic groups because of its historical
reliance on commerce. For example, a significant number of people from mainland
China and the West Indies came to help with the monumental project of building of
the Panama Canal. Other ethnic groups include indigenous tribes and Europeans. There
is also a small community of Jews, Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists, and Rastafarians.
A former colony of Spain and the United States, the Philippines (located in the
western Pacific Ocean) is one of two predominantly Catholic countries in Asia. However,
there are also large populations of people who practice Buddhism, Hinduism, and
Islam. However, religion is simply not where diversity ends in the Philippines.
The country is one of the most ethnically varied countries in the world, which is
a reflection of its various cultural inheritances. Also, its distinction as the
second largest archipelago in the world with over 7,000 islands (many of them lined
with coral reefs) translates to a tapestry of ecological wonders.
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Portugal is a European country. On the Iberian Peninsula, Portugal is bordered by
the Atlantic Ocean to the west and south, by Spain to the north and east. It´s important
to note that Portugal is a developed country and has one of the highest quality
of life standards in the world.
Although not at all known as a medical tourism destination, Romania actually has
provided for decades various natural therapies (mineral and thermal water baths,
asthma therapy in natural salt caves, mud therapy) to foreigners either coming for
treatment or on a holiday.
Located in southeastern Europe on the Balkan peninsula, Serbia used to be part of
the former Yugoslavia until 2006 when the country officially became a single independent
unit. It is bordered by Hungary to the north; Romania and Bulgaria to the east,
Macedonia and Albania to the south; and Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Montenegro
to the west. Despite its turbulent past of being involved in the Yugoslav wars in
the 1990’s, Serbia is now a democratic nation that is a safe and hospitable place
An ex-British colony, Singapore is an island city/nation located at the southern
tip of the Malay Peninsula, south of the Malaysian border. It spans only 424 sq.
miles(683 km2). Its small size (it’s about 3.5 times the size of Washington, DC)
allows for quick and easy travel throughout the country. Due to it being a former
colony and a multicultural nation (Chinese make up 77% of the population, East Indians
8%, Malays 14%), Singapore offers an amalgamation of culture, cuisine, architecture,
religion, language, and art.
Slovakia is a small country located in Central Europe. With its diverse landscape
and history it has much to offer the medical tourist. Bordering countries are Hungary,
Poland, the Czech Republic, Austria and Ukraine.
Located on the southern tip of Africa, South Africa has a rich and, at times, a
tumultuous history. But despite its past, South Africa still draws more tourists
than any other country in sub-Saharan Africa. What makes the country a popular tourist
destination are its geographical extremes. You can go wildlife watching, see stunning
panoramic views from Table Mountain National Park, visit the arid semi-desert of
Karro, chill out on the lush subtropical coast of KwaZulu-Natal, wander (not too
far) into the Kalahari desert, see the snow-capped peaks of the Drakensberg Range,
and journey to the vineyards of the Western Cape; not to mention dance the night
away in the pulsating cities of Cape Town and Johannesburg.
South Korea is filled with top-notch private hospitals and clinics, which account
for 93% of all medical facilities. There is one hospital that is accredited by the
Joint Commission International (JCI) located in the capital city of Seoul, which
boasts world class facilities, VIP rooms, and physicians who are fluent in English,
Korean, Japanese, French, and Chinese. Also, many private hospitals have international
departments that understand and cater to the needs of foreign patients. In order
to modernize its healthcare sector, the South Korean government revised its Medical
Act to enable the use of electronic order communications and electronic medical
records by doctors, therefore increasing the efficiency of hospital information
Located in Western Europe, between France, Andorra, Gibraltar, and Portugal, Spain
is the 51st largest country in the world and is slightly larger than
the state of California. It has six cities with populations larger than 500,000
and a significant number of Columbian, Bolivian, German, Argentinean, Ecuadorian,
Romanian, Moroccan, British, and French immigrants. This conflation of cultures
gives Spain the distinction as having the 2nd highest immigration rate
in percentage and the highest immigration rate in absolute numbers.
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Located in central Europe, Switzerland is home to part of the Alps as well as many
different ethnic groups and official languages. Germans make up the majority at
65% of the population, while French and Italians make up 18% and 10%, respectively.
A trip to Switzerland is like traveling to Germany, Italy, and France without leaving
the country! For example, at lunchtime you can indulge in wiener schnitzel and beer
at a German-owned biergarten, and for dinner you have the option of enjoying fine
Italian merlot with pasta at a granite grotto. Also, Switzerland is known as a summer
and winter sports paradise, with Alpine peaks reaching more than 13,123 feet (4,000m)
and many picturesque lakes that are conducive for outdoor activities.
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Located in North Africa and bordered by Algeria and Libya, Tunisia is a premier
tourist destination because of its constant sunshine and golden sandy beaches. It
lies just south of Sicily on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea and is situated
along the Atlas Mountain Range. Also, 40% of the country lies in the Sahara Desert.
Tunisia’s varied terrain coupled with its multi-ethnic history (it was part of the
Roman Empire, various medieval Islamic states, and a suburb of the capital city
of Tunis was the famous Phoenician city of Carthage), makes for a pleasant stay
that will fulfill almost anyone’s taste.
Turkey straddles both Asia and Europe, and is commonly referred to as an Eurasian
country. It borders four different seas and eight countries: Bulgaria, Greece, Georgia,
Armenia, Azerbaijan, Iran, Iraq, and Syria; and coupled with its rich history as
the successor state to the powerful Ottoman Empire that stretched all the way into
Eastern Europe and North Africa, Turkey’s culture is a unique tapestry that blends
both the East and the West. In recent years, Turkey has integrated itself into the
West through such organizations as NATO, the Council of Europe, and the G-20; and
it has been trying to gain membership into the European Union (EU). Due to its advanced
economy and infrastructure, Turkey is classified as both a developed country (like
the U.S. and Western Europe) and a regional power.
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The United States has historically been known around the world for having the latest
and best medical technology and top-notch medical schools, which attracted patients
from around the globe to such world-renowned hospitals as the Cleveland Clinic,
the Mayo Clinic, and Johns Hopkins.
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Located on the eastern part of the Indochinese peninsula, Vietnam is bordered by
the East Sea to the east, the Pacific Ocean to the southeast, China to the north,
and Laos and Cambodia to the west. Vietnam is a country that transcends time and
urbanization. There are still peasant women wearing conical hats who tend the rice
patty fields in the countryside and the booming cities of Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh
City (formerly known as Saigon) offer the congestion and amenities of any major
city. Aside from the urban/rural dichotomy, Vietnam is home to two highly ranked
beaches: Nha Trang and Quy Nhon, and the Hoang Lien mountain range. Also, gastronomists
will feel like they have died and gone to heaven because Vietnam offers over 500
different dishes that are a mix of pungent herbs and spices.
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